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UPDATE #2 : Nipigon OPP Search for Missing Snowmobilers

UPDATE #2 : Nipigon OPP Search for Missing Snowmobilers

2nd Male Located NIPIGON, ON – On February 17, 2017 at 4:11pm, the Nipigon Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were contacted regarding two missing males from Rocky Bay First Nation. The two males, identified as 51-year-old Gerald THOMPSON and 45-year-old Nathaniel THOMPSON from [Read more]

Highway 17 CLOSED Between Wawa and White River

Highway 17 CLOSED Between Wawa and White River

WAWA, ON –  The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Superior East Wawa Detachment are advising motorist that due to local heavy rainfall a section of Highway 17 approximately 15 kilometers North of Wawa has been washed out, as a result the Highway between Wawa and White River will remain [Read more]

#CrossoverInsider : Newly Released Movies, Videogames, Clothing Line AND #How2Win

#CrossoverInsider : Newly Released Movies, Videogames, Clothing Line AND #How2Win

War and violence go hand-in-hand. War has played a major role in our history and seemingly has shaped our society to what it is today. When we see pictures, or watch videos, we see brave soldiers carrying guns into dangerous battlefields. For the most part, this picture plays true-that is unless [Read more]

UPDATE: Nipigon OPP Search for Missing Snowmobilers

UPDATE: Nipigon OPP Search for Missing Snowmobilers

One Male Located NIPIGON, ON – On February 17, 2017 at 4:11pm, the Nipigon Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were contacted regarding two missing males from Rocky Bay First Nation. The two males, identified as 51-year-old Gerald THOMPSON and 45-year-old Nathaniel THOMPSON [Read more]

Terrace Bay Community Centre Update

Terrace Bay Community Centre Update

TERRACE BAY, ON – Due to problems with the Refrigeration Plant at the Terrace Bay Community Centre, it will be necessary to depressurize the Ammonia System. No leak has occurred and no ammonia has been released. A State of Emergency has been Declared for precautionary reasons and to allow for [Read more]

Manitouwadge Annual Family Fish Derby Among No-License Fishing Weekend Events in Ontario

Manitouwadge Annual Family Fish Derby Among No-License Fishing Weekend Events in Ontario

Head Outside to Catch Some Family Fun Families and fishing enthusiasts across Ontario can fish licence-free from Saturday, February 18 through Monday, February 20.This Family Day weekend, anglers can go ice fishing without a licence, so head out to one of Ontario’s provincial parks that are [Read more]

Coping With Emotions When Investing @KimInglis

Coping With Emotions When Investing @KimInglis

The average investor underperforms virtually all other traditional asset classes, even when inflation increases are included. J.P. Morgan, comparing 20-year annualized returns by asset class, found the average investor rings in at 2.1% compared to the S&P 500 Index at 8.2%.  This [Read more]

#CrossoverInsider : This week’s Newly Released Movies/Games & How2 #Win a #MovieNight Gift Basket

#CrossoverInsider : This week’s Newly Released Movies/Games & How2 #Win a #MovieNight Gift Basket

Over the past few years, Denis Villeneuve has slowly been gaining a reputation for one of Hollywood’s top directors. The native of Trois-Rivieres, Quebec first gained notoriety for his 2009 film “Polytechnique” (about the Montreal school shooting). His 2010 film “Incendies” was nominated [Read more]

Statement from MPP Michael Gravelle Re: Temporary Leave

Statement from MPP Michael Gravelle Re: Temporary Leave

Over the past months I have been struggling with a feeling of uneasiness that I have not been able to shake. My doctor diagnosed me with depression last year. Since then, I have been grappling with this disease privately while maintaining, to the best of my ability, the work that I love to do as [Read more]

Minnesota Family Wins 2-Year Battle To Save Ontario Disability Camp

Minnesota Family Wins 2-Year Battle To Save Ontario Disability Camp

A husband and wife, and the disabled Navy veteran they care for, saw their fight to save Wilderness Discovery Resort For The Disabled in Shebandowan, Ontario, come to an end on Friday when the Ministry Of Infrastructure reached an agreement with four Thunder Bay civic organizations to renovate [Read more]

Grand Opening of MPP Michael Mantha’s New Constituency Office

Grand Opening of MPP Michael Mantha’s New Constituency Office

ELLIOT LAKE, ON – MPP Michael Mantha is pleased to announce the grand opening of his new constituency office in Elliot Lake at 18 Mary Walk in the Lower Plaza. Formerly located in the Civic Centre, the new office is conveniently located in the downtown area within close proximity to transit [Read more]

Ontario Improving Access to Aboriginal Midwifery Care

Ontario Improving Access to Aboriginal Midwifery Care

Province Supporting Maternal Health and Wellness in Indigenous Communities Ontario is improving access to culturally appropriate child and maternity care for more Indigenous people across the province.   Dr. Eric Hoskins, Minister of Health and Long-TeDashboardrm Care, was at Dilico Family [Read more]

Ontario Minister Natural Resources and Forestry Letter to Federal Minister of Natural Resources

Ontario Minister Natural Resources and Forestry Letter to Federal Minister of Natural Resources

Dear Minister Carr: Subject: Softwood Lumber Dispute I write to you today regarding the current litigation over softwood lumber trade between Canada and the United States (U.S.). The U.S. has initiated investigations into the Canadian Forestry industry that will likely lead to them imposing [Read more]

Vote on a Name for Science North’s New Animal Embassador

Vote on a Name for Science North’s New Animal Embassador

SUDBURY,ON  – A new young beaver, now calls Science North home. The beaver was born June 9, 2016 at the Zoo Sauvage de St-Félicien in St-Félicien, Quebec. The Zoo Sauvage is home to over 75 species of animals from around the world, and is highly focused on species found in Canada, like the [Read more]

‘First Nations children still aren’t a priority’ Notes @CarolHughesMP

‘First Nations children still aren’t a priority’ Notes @CarolHughesMP

In 2007, parliament unanimously supported a child-first NDP Private Members Motion that called on the federal government to pay medical bills first, and then determine what jurisdiction is responsible later.  It was called Jordan’s Principle and was based on the bureaucratic battle that [Read more]

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