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District Businesses Participate in Toronto 2015 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

District Businesses Participate in Toronto 2015 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair features more than one million square feet of displays and competition facilities, attracting approximately 300,000 visitors and thousands of students each year. Billed as Canada’s largest indoor agricultural fair, the annual 10-day event, which runs [Read more]

Students Spruce Up Chapleau’s Sacré-Cœur Parish

Students Spruce Up Chapleau’s Sacré-Cœur Parish

CHAPLEAU, ON – Last week, a number of Pastoral Committee students in the religious education course at École secondaire catholique Trillium took advantage of the nice weather to take part in the Sacré-Cœur de Chapleau church’s parish flower bed project. Father Sébastien Groleau built [Read more]

MNO signs General Relationship Agreement with Municipality of Greenstone

MNO signs General Relationship Agreement with Municipality of Greenstone

September 25, the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) and the Municipality of Greenstone signed a General Relationship Agreement which will govern their interactions going forward.  The agreement was signed in Thunder Bay by MNO President Gary Lipinski and Mayor Renald Y. Beaulieu of the Municipality [Read more]

Rousselle’s Valu-Mart’s Spring Garden Guide

Rousselle’s Valu-Mart’s Spring Garden Guide

from: Rousselle’s Valu-Mart, Manitouwadge The Spring Garden Guide  It’s the season of rebirth and re-growth! We know all you green-thumbs can’t wait to get back in those gardens so we came up with this guide to get you started!! Make your beds. Rid planting areas of any weeds and spread [Read more]

The World Embraces Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance on Falun Dafa Day

The World Embraces Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance on Falun Dafa Day

By Kerry Foster, Echo Bay, Ontario This past May 13 marked the 22nd anniversary of the public teaching of Falun Dafa (an ancient cultivation practice), with proclamations, speeches, parades, and numerous grand events held all across the world.  Many countries political leaders conveyed their [Read more]

Schreiber Library 2nd Annual Sunflower Growing Contest Results (& photos)

Schreiber Library 2nd Annual Sunflower Growing Contest Results (& photos)

SCHREIBER, ON – The Schreiber Public Library held juding for their 2nd Annual Sunflower Growin Contest at the  St. Andrew’s United Church Fall Days on September 7th. People had been provided sunflower seeds from the library to grow and then, after a summer of tending to their plants, [Read more]

Premier’s Statement on Dalton McGuinty’s Resignation

Premier’s Statement on Dalton McGuinty’s Resignation

Premier Wynne released this statement following the resignation of Ottawa-South MPP Dalton McGuinty: “For almost 23 years, Dalton McGuinty served the people of Ottawa-South with vision and determination. He was first elected as a Member of Provincial Parliament in 1990, filling the seat held [Read more]

Hornepayne Foodies To Have Their Recipes Published

Hornepayne Foodies To Have Their Recipes Published

HORNEPAYNE, ON – The Hornepayne Community Garden Project is looking for local recipes to go into an end of the season cookbook (From the Garden to the Table). The recipes must promote healthy eating and nutrition & be made up of fresh produce that can come from the garden or be purchased [Read more]

MPS Preparing for Thaw of Community Garden

MPS Preparing for Thaw of Community Garden

MANITOUWADGE, ON – It has been proven that it is never too early to teach children a sense of community pride.  That’s the aim of these little kindergarten farmers who have been busy nurturing their ‘garden’ in the classroom.  As  a part of their lesson on Things That Grow, they [Read more]

INVITATION TO GREENSTONE’S 4TH ANNUAL STUFF-A-CRUISER

GREENSTONE, ON – Please come out and support the 4th Annual Stuff-A-Cruiser put on by the Greenstone Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police.  This event is to collect food and other items for the Greenstone Harvest Centre, the local food bank which provides support to families all over [Read more]

Elementary Schools in the Manitouwadge Memorial Community Garden

Elementary Schools in the Manitouwadge Memorial Community Garden

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Balmoral Announces Resumption of Drilling on Northshore Property, Ontario

Balmoral Announces Resumption of Drilling on Northshore Property, Ontario

VANCOUVER, BC — Balmoral Resources Ltd. (“Balmoral” or the “Company”) CA:BAR -3.19% (otcqx:BALMF) has been advised by GTA Resources and Mining Inc. (“GTA”) that drilling has resumed on the Company’s Northshore Property located in the Hemlo-Schreiber [Read more]

Ontario’s Clean Energy Workforce Continues to Grow

Ontario’s Clean Energy Workforce Continues to Grow

McGuinty Government Supports Sustainable Energy Training for Students Ontario’s sustainable energy technology programs are helping build a skilled workforce to meet the demand for clean energy jobs and strengthen the province’s position as a clean energy leader in North America. Today, [Read more]

5th Annual Green Tradeshow Being Planned

5th Annual Green Tradeshow Being Planned

TERRACE BAY, ON – Planning for the 2012 Green Tradeshow in Terrace Bay has officially begun and this year’s show is looking like it could be the best yet! While the 2012 Green Tradeshow is being setup with its regular tradeshow format, we’re thrilled to announce a big addition… [Read more]

1st Day of Summer kicks off Summer of FREE Swimming!

1st Day of Summer kicks off Summer of FREE Swimming!

MANITOUWADGE, ON – Wednesday, June 21st, the Township of Manitouwadge hosted it’s Annual First Day of Summer festivities from the lawn of the Recreation Centre outside their outdoor facility, the Oasis Swimming Pool. The evening ran from 5-8pm including the usual barbecue and pool games [Read more]

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