‘Community Events’ Information

OWHA President Announces Fall Hunting Events

OWHA President Announces Fall Hunting Events

Good Day Ladies!  Have you been following us on Facebook and Twitter? There is a great group of girls acting as a community to assist beginners and encourage seasoned hunters to get outdoors. Take a peek at our social media pages and join in the fun! The Goose – Take Me Hunting Trip with [Read more]

Marathon Ski and Snowshoe Club Celebrate Trillium Grant

Marathon Ski and Snowshoe Club Celebrate Trillium Grant

Submitted by Marathon Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Club President David Giuliano MARATHON, ON – Saturday, The Marathon Cross Country Ski and Snowshoe Club celebrated receiving a grant from the Trillium Foundation. The club received a $50,000 grant to assist with a rebuild of their snow [Read more]

INFO Superior: Thunder Bay PAC Meeting

THUNDER BAY, ON – The Public Advisory Committee (PAC) to the Thunder Bay Remedial Action Plan, or harbour cleanup plan, will meet at  7 p.m. on March 11th at the Balmoral Street Centre on the Lakehead University campus (Room: HS 1029). The agenda and previous minutes will be published once [Read more]

2015 Frosty Days Weekend Follow-up & Contest/Race Results

2015 Frosty Days Weekend Follow-up & Contest/Race Results

Submitted by Shawna Patterson, Twp Community Services Department MANITOUWADGE, ON – The Township of Manitouwadge Community Services Department along with the support and dedication of 10 groups and organizations in the community held the annual Frosty Days Winter Carnival the weekend of [Read more]

Greenstone Historical Group Growing Quickly

Greenstone Historical Group Growing Quickly

New Facebook Group Launched Celebrating History of Greenstone Region Two weeks ago, a new Facebook group was launched to promote and disseminate the history of Greenstone region.  It has since become a regional phenomenon. The social network known as Facebook has become a gathering place for [Read more]

Polar Bear From Parliament?

Polar Bear From Parliament?

BLIND RIVER, ON – Algoma-Manitoulin MPP Michael Mantha was busy visiting Winter Carnivals in communities across his riding this month.  Among those he attended was the 46th Annual Blind River Winter Carnival 2015 where Mantha chose to share his enthusiasm and show his support by [Read more]

Activism Inspired at St. Martin School

Activism Inspired at St. Martin School

TERRACE BAY, ON – Thursday January 16th, three young animal rights activists hosted a Black & White Day and Bake Sale at St. Martin School in Terrace Bay. Kade Michtics, Lea Olive and Sam Shermack began this quest after reading a book about pandas.  “We read a National Geographic [Read more]

Wawa Goose Seniors Club News & Upcoming Events

Wawa Goose Seniors Club News & Upcoming Events

Happy New Year!! (Especially if you did not get to the dinner on January 1, 2015.) January is now over and we have been just a little quieter than usual.  Illness and out of town visiting have meant that many of those who usually come out for regular bridge, cribbage or euchre events have not [Read more]

Preview of February’s Frosty Days Events

Preview of February’s Frosty Days Events

MANITOUWADGE, ON – Community Programmer Shawna Patterson has released the current list of 2015 Frosty Days events (there could still be events added as there are several weeks remaining – if there’s an event you’d like to host, contact Patterson at the township). CLICK for [Read more]

Stay Fit this February in Terrace Bay

Stay Fit this February in Terrace Bay

TERRACE BAY, ON – A new fitness program is being offered next month in Terrace Bay. The Township of Terrace Bay Recreation Department is pleased to announce HIIT High Intensity Interval Training by Tyler Trichilo. HITT is 45 minutes of interval training twice a week, and [Read more]

Issues Raised with Energy East Pipeline Proposal

Issues Raised with Energy East Pipeline Proposal

By Edgar J. Lavoie THUNDER BAY, ON – Over 100 concerned citizens attended the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) consultation at the Valhalla Inn on Wednesday, January 14.  The Board’s technical advisors said that their studies had identified key issues with the proposed pipeline called Energy [Read more]

Northern Nature Trading

Northern Nature Trading

RED LAKE, ON – The Red Lake Regional Heritage Centre and Science North are collaborating once again to bring new visitor experiences to the Red Lake community. As a major tourist attraction and tourism driver for the North, Science North is interested in  expanding its reach in Northern [Read more]

NOMFA Is Back! Accepting Nominations for 2015 Awards

NOMFA Is Back! Accepting Nominations for 2015 Awards

NORTHERN ONTARIO MUSIC AND FILM AWARDS 2015 will mark the return of the Northern Ontario Music and Film Awards (NOMFA). As of 2015, the NOMFA will be held on a biennial basis, with the next event being held in May 2017. In 2008, Music and Film in Motion (MFM) launched the NOMFA conference in [Read more]

Manitouwadge Mourns Joan Rustan

Manitouwadge Mourns Joan Rustan

Joan RUSTAN (nee Dorey) December 31, 2014, passed away at the Manitouwadge General Hospital, surrounded by her family.  Born in Trois Rivières, Québec to Ruth Dorey and the late Allan Dorey,  Joan grew up in Cornwall, Ontario and is survived by her  mother, Ruth Dorey and her seven [Read more]

Holy Childhood Day at St. Martin School

Holy Childhood Day at St. Martin School

Submitted by Marylyn Turcotte The students and staff of St. Martin School belong to an organization called the Holy Childhood Association. This is a worldwide Mission club which began in 1843 and was set up especially for children. The motto for the Canadian section is “Children Helping [Read more]

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