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Highways 125 and 105 Near Red Lake Being Improved

Highways 125 and 105 Near Red Lake Being Improved

June 17, 2010 McGuinty Government Invests In Northern Highway Infrastructure The rehabilitation of Highways 125 and 105 will improve road safety for residents and industry in the Red Lake area. Drainage improvements and pavement resurfacing will be undertaken over 30 kilometres on the two highways; [Read more]

Jk-College Grads recognized in Batchewana

Thursday June 17, 2010 “Batchewana First Nation Commends the Accomplishments of 2010 Graduates” The Batchewana Learning Centre (BLC) will be hosting their 32nd annual education celebration, recognizing Batchewana First Nation’s students graduating from Senior Kindergarten, Grade eight, Grade [Read more]

Saturday is Aboriginal Day in Pic River

Saturday is Aboriginal Day in Pic River

The Ojibways of the Pic River First Nations welcome you to join them in celebrating Aboriginal Day, this Saturday, June 19th.  Family oriented events will be ongoing during the day, ending with a huge fireworks display in the evening at the Powwow grounds.  This event is  open and free to the [Read more]

Ontario On Target for Surgical Wait Times

Ontario On Target for Surgical Wait Times

Wait Time Reporting Most Comprehensive In Canada Ontario has achieved a major milestone in its efforts to reduce wait times. The latest data show provincial wait times for all surgical areas in the province are within target. The province has recently expanded its wait time reporting to include all [Read more]

Composting 101

Composting 101

Serg Co-op Inc. is at it again, this time offering a workshop entitled Composting 101 to give the basics to residents on building your backyard compost pile.  Serg was instrumental in the delivery of the 2010 Green Tradeshow and is now furthering its education aspect to help people add tools to [Read more]

White River EDO Travells to Waterloo

White River EDO Travells to Waterloo

Recently, White River’s Economic Development Officer James Bernardi, traveled South to Waterloo, Ontario for a 6 week program at the University of Waterloo. Though he was confident this would be a worthwhile trip, Bernardi did not anticipate the wealth of information he would gain nor the vast [Read more]

Canadian Idol Judge to travel to Pic River

Canadian Idol Judge to travel to Pic River

Pic River to Welcome Canadian Idol Judge for Motivational Presentation by Karina Hunter Next Friday, June 25th, Pic River is expecting a very special visitor.  Farley Flex will be making a special presentation at the community’s Powwow Grounds and anticipation is growing. Farley Flex is best [Read more]

MGH Happenings

MGH Happenings

MGH Hospital Happenings Dr. Crawford’s farewell On June 17, a BBQ was held to say good bye to and thank  Dr. Crawford for his 18 months of service here.  Known for his unique sense of humour, the nurses had a chance to poke back at him for all those jokes he pulled while here. Nurse [Read more]

Great Lakes Power & Metis Nation sign agreement

Great Lakes Power & Metis Nation sign agreement

Métis Nation of Ontario signs relationship agreement with Great Lakes Power Transmission     June 16/2010 • Toronto, ON — The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) and Great Lakes Power Transmission (GLPT), a subsidiary of Brookfield Asset Management, signed a relationship agreement last week [Read more]

Americans banned from hunting in Ontario

Americans banned from hunting in Ontario

 $11,300 In Fines For Night Hunting Two Michigan men have been fined a total of $11,300 and are banned from hunting in Ontario for a number of hunting offences. Jamie Doucette of Gladstone, Michigan, was convicted of careless hunting, night hunting and having a loaded firearm in a vehicle. He was [Read more]

Hughes demande que ceux attients de sclérose en plaques soient traité égalements

Hughes demande que ceux attients de sclérose en plaques soient traité égalements

HUGHES DEMANDE AU GOUVERNEMENT FÉDÉRAL DE PERMETTRE AUX  PERSONNES ATTEINTES  DE SCLÉROSE EN PLAQUES  D’AVOIR ACCÈS AU TRAITEMENT NON-INVASIF Ottawa –  Une découverte dans le domaine de la recherche médicale d’un traitement non-invasif pour les obstructions vasculaires, connue sous [Read more]

Ontario & Quebec Ministers meet

Ontario & Quebec Ministers meet

Cooperation Between Ontario And Québec Is Yielding Tangible Results Premiers Charest and McGuinty today held the third joint meeting of the Ontario and Québec cabinets in Quebec City. Quebec City – Ontario and Québec held the third joint meeting of their cabinets, chaired by Québec [Read more]

Missing Person Located

Missing Person Located

MISSING PERSON – HAS BEEN LOCATED (MARATHON, ON.) – The subject of the missing person investigation, Mr. MACPHERSON has been located safe and sound by family members. The Marathon OPP and would like to thank all that assisted. [Read more]

Pair charged after school vandalism

Pair charged after school vandalism

 Charges Filed in $12,000.00 Mischief to School Windows (MARATHON, ON.) – On April 27th 2010 Marathon OPP attended the Marathon High School to investigate a mischief.  A significant amount of damage occurred to the skylight windows in the common area of the building.  Estimates are over $12 [Read more]

Hughes says no discrimination of MS patients!

Hughes says no discrimination of MS patients!

HUGHES CALLS ON FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO ALLOW NON-INVASIVE PROCEDURE FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS PATIENTS Ottawa – A breakthrough, non-invasive procedure for a vascular disease known as Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency, or CCSVI, has also shown strong potential for treating Multiple Sclerosis [Read more]

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