‘Community Events’ Information

Goose Droppings : April 2015

Goose Droppings : April 2015

Wawa Goose Seniors’ Club Spring is coming…tra la la.  Bah, Humbug!  Let’s try…Meat pies are coming in spring, tra la la? At least that we can get a handle on. The WGSC Drop-In has meat pies in the works, come spring weather or not.  Orders are being taken by phone at 705 856 7394 every [Read more]

United Church Annual ‘Opportunity Sale’ Next Month

United Church Annual ‘Opportunity Sale’ Next Month

MANITOUWADGE, ON – Mark your calendars, St. Paul’s United Church parish members invite you to join them the second Saturday in May for their Annual Opportunity Sale.   As one of the first major yard/variety sales of the Spring,  the United Church ‘Opportunity Sale’ [Read more]

Supporting Schreiber Heritage Days & Other Festivals

Supporting Schreiber Heritage Days & Other Festivals

Province Supporting Communities and Creating Jobs Ontario is supporting festivals and events in Thunder Bay & Schreiber that will draw tourists, create jobs and grow the local economy.  “Our government is proud to support festivals and events because they contribute to the economy and create [Read more]

Easter Extravaganza and Families + Math = Fun

Easter Extravaganza and Families + Math = Fun

Easter Extravaganza MANITOUWADGE, ON – The community centre auditorium was a busy place to be April 2nd as parents, grandparents and children enjoyed the sights of Easter.  Best Start and the Township of Manitouwadge Community Services Department have partnered for the past four years to [Read more]

1st Of Its Kind: State of the North Summit

1st Of Its Kind: State of the North Summit

Investing in Northern Ontario – the Challenges, Opportunities & Solutions Thursday, April 2nd, 12 – 2pm Fairmont Royal York Hotel, Ballroom Ontario’s First Ever State of the North Summit hosted by The Empire Club of Canada The Empire Club of Canada is recognized as one of the [Read more]

Police Foundations Students Test Their Knowledge with Simulated Exercises

Police Foundations Students Test Their Knowledge with Simulated Exercises

THUNDER BAY, ON – Students in the Police Foundations program at Confederation College were participating in a series of simulated exercises today.  The exercises are designed to test the students’ skills and knowledge, gained throughout the year, by exposing them to mock crime scenarios [Read more]

MCAG Looks Back At $160K+ Donations!

MCAG Looks Back At $160K+ Donations!

The Manitouwadge Cancer Assistance Group was formed in April, 2007 by a group of individuals whose lives had been touched by cancer in various ways.  This caring group felt there was a need to help others in our community that were facing the challenges of a cancer diagnosis.  Never in their [Read more]

LUNSA hosting 27th annual Powwow

LUNSA hosting 27th annual Powwow

THUNDER BAY, ON – The Lakehead University Native Student Association (LUNSA) is excited to be hosting their 27th Annual Powwow at the CJ Sanders Fieldhouse, March 20-22. LUNSA is honoured to have Shkoday-Asin as the Host Drum. Lakehead University students and the Thunder Bay community will [Read more]

Government Role In Transition of ACR Passenger Services: Hughes

Government Role In Transition of ACR Passenger Services: Hughes

OTTAWA, ON – The agreement that will have Railmark Canada take control of passenger services on the Algoma-Central-Railway has great potential to keep passenger trains running for years, according to Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing MP, Carol Hughes. “This is a positive development, but it is [Read more]

CSCNO School Claims 1st & 3rd at Wawa Rotary Club Tournament

CSCNO School Claims 1st & 3rd at Wawa Rotary Club Tournament

Original article (CLICK HERE) by CSCNO translated by OntarioNewsNorth.com WAWA, ON – The girls and boys basketball tournaments hosted by the Rotary Club of Wawa were held March 10th. Several teams from the region participated including: École Saint Joseph, Sir James Dunn Public School [Read more]

White River Mourns Walter Spadoni

White River Mourns Walter Spadoni

Walter SPADONI passed away on Friday February 27th, 2015 at the Lady Dunn Health Centre, Wawa, ON.  Walter happily lived alone at home in his beloved hometown of White River, Ontario until the day before he died. He was born in White River, on April 23, 1920 to his Italian immigrant parents, the [Read more]

Former NHL Star To Lead Dubreuilville Hockey Training Session

Former NHL Star To Lead Dubreuilville Hockey Training Session

DUBREUILVILLE, ON – Monday, March 23, some 80 grade 3 to 8 students from French Catholic elementary schools Sacré-Cœur (Chapleau), École St-Joseph (Dubreuilville), École Saint-Joseph (Wawa), École Trillium (Chapleau) and École Saint Nom de Jésus (Hornepayne) will converge in the [Read more]

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]

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