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FONOM/MMAH Northeastern Municipal Conference in Timmins

FONOM/MMAH Northeastern Municipal Conference in Timmins

The Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities (FONOM) / Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH) 56th Northeastern Municipal Conference starts Wednesday, May 11 and runs through to Friday, May 13 in Timmins, Ontario. The conference venue is the McIntyre Community Centre, 85 McIntyre [Read more]

Marathon Community Wellness Challenge : Walk the Shores of Lake Superior

Marathon Community Wellness Challenge : Walk the Shores of Lake Superior

MARATHON, ON – May 2nd, the Marathon area communities will begin our seven week Community Challenge to increase our levels of daily physical activity. There has been a tremendous response from area residents with 48 teams (over 375 participants) participating, which makes up over 10% of our [Read more]

Michael Christie keynote at Literary Awards Party

Michael Christie keynote at Literary Awards Party

If you act fast, you might be able to hear Michael Christie give the keynote address at this year’s Literary Awards Party. The Northwestern Ontario Writers Workshop (NOWW) is holding the LAP on Saturday, May 7 at the Prince Arthur Hotel and Suites. “I anticipate that this will be a terrific [Read more]

New Environmental Group to Meet Next Week

New Environmental Group to Meet Next Week

A new environmental group for the Nipigon/Red Rock/Lake Helen/Rocky Bay area will be meeting at 7 p.m. on May 3rd at the Lake Helen Community Centre. The meeting will focus on Great Lakes microplastics, especially the small plastic “nurdles”, or beads, which have been washing up on [Read more]

Nip-Rock High Students Walk in ‘Stand Up Against Racism’ Event at Confederation College

Nip-Rock High Students Walk in ‘Stand Up Against Racism’ Event at Confederation College

THUNDER BAY, ON – Second-year students in the Native Child & Family Services program at Confederation College responded to the racism in the community with a “Stand Up” silent protest event, which took place today. This is the second year this event has been organized by students. In [Read more]

Foire de livres Dubreuilville Book Fairs

Foire de livres Dubreuilville Book Fairs

Information française ci-dessous DUBREUILVILLE, ON – École St-Joseph will host a book fair featuring French-language books and educational products on April 20-21. The book fair will allow students and their families to choose from a variety of French-language educational products such as [Read more]

Canadians Prepare To Celebrate A Passion For Fishing

Canadians Prepare To Celebrate A Passion For Fishing

PETERBOROUGH, ON – Canadians are dusting off their rods, reels and tackle in preparation of casting a line during National Fishing Week, July 2nd to 10th. National Fishing Week is a week-long celebration of a heritage activity integral to our Canadian identity… recreational fishing. During [Read more]

Canadian Cancer Society | April 2016 E-Newsletter

Canadian Cancer Society | April 2016 E-Newsletter

Click for the full newsletter (will open a new window/tab). Why I wear my daffodil pin Cancer may have taken Karen White’s loved ones, but it hasn’t taken her spirit. Read on to see how Daffodil Month provided the hope and support that helped her heal after cancer ravaged her family.   [Read more]

Important Vimy Ridge Day Connection in Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing

Important Vimy Ridge Day Connection in Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing

Outstanding Canadians shape our country every day and while we celebrate the 99th anniversary of the very significant Battle of Vimy Ridge, locally, we should celebrate the battle to have the day recognized as well. Vimy Ridge marked a major Canadian victory and a turning point, in both World War I [Read more]

Youth Challenged To Volunteer in Their Community

Youth Challenged To Volunteer in Their Community

Young Ontarians Kick Off 9th Annual ChangeTheWorld Campaign Ontario is challenging high school students to “change the world” by volunteering for at least three hours in their communities. Markham area high school students helped kick off the ninth annual ChangeTheWorld – [Read more]

CSCNO Students Participate in Traditional Native Drum Fabrication & Birthing Ceremony

CSCNO Students Participate in Traditional Native Drum Fabrication & Birthing Ceremony

SUDBURY, ON – Some 15 secondary school students from Sudbury’s École secondaire du Sacré-Cœur and Collège Notre-Dame took part in a birthing ceremony of traditional Native drums on April 8 at Sacré-Coeur. On April 4, this group of students took part in a traditional Native drum [Read more]

Easter Extravaganza in Manitouwadge

Easter Extravaganza in Manitouwadge

MANITOUWADGE, ON – On Wednesday March 23rd, the Township of Manitouwadge held an Easter Extravaganza for  kids at the Manitouwadge Community Centre Auditorium. It was a great event for kids of all ages. There were very creative playstations, Egg Hunt, Egg Decorating and even a visit from [Read more]

Manitouwadge Youth Curling Wraps-Up

Manitouwadge Youth Curling Wraps-Up

MANITOUWADGE, ON – The Manitouwadge Curling Club’s youth curling program wrapped up March 29th with a pizza party and of course plenty of curling. In it’s 4th year, the 6 week program offered elementary students, aged 9yrs and up, an hour on the ice each week for group and [Read more]

Dubreuilville Reunion de Conseil Municipal / Town Council Mtg 03.29.16

Dubreuilville Reunion de Conseil Municipal / Town Council Mtg 03.29.16

ORDRE DU JOUR / Agenda Séance régulière du conseil qui aura lieu à 18 h 30, le 29 mars 2016 Regular Council meeting scheduled for March 29, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. OUVERTURE / CALL TO ORDER PRÉSENCE / ROLL CALL APPEL ET DÉCLARATION D’INTÉRÊT PÉCUNIAIRE / DECLARATION OF CONFLICT ADOPTION [Read more]

Wawa Goose Seniors’ Club Spring Newsletter

Wawa Goose Seniors’ Club Spring Newsletter

GOOSE DROPPINGS Since March 21 has passed, so should winter…right?  Also Easter has come and gone.  I’ve seen a seagull and heard them.  Snow is disappearing.  And the real geese should soon return with the Snow Birds, back from warmer climes.  Hopefully, with spring will come much more [Read more]

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