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St. Martin School and Ecole Franco-Terrace

St. Martin School and Ecole Franco-Terrace

Community Comes Together In the fall a proposal was submitted to the Aviva Community Fund  “ proposing the opportunity to provide free, hot, nutritious lunches 2-3 times a week to the students who attend St. Martin School and École Franco Terrace”.  A large portion of our population [Read more]

DUBREUIL ATV CLUB Ride Planned

DUBREUIL ATV CLUB Ride Planned

Dubreuilville ATV Club will be having a ride and camp-out  July 10th 11th Ride will leave from the Quickee Mart in Dubreuilville on July 10th @ 9:30am. We will be visiting historic sites along the way. For those without an ATV, we will have directions for how to access the camp site by car/truck [Read more]

East & West Region Forest Fire Situation Update

East & West Region Forest Fire Situation Update

West Fire Region Wednesday, June 23, 2010 There was one new fire confirmed in the Thunder Bay District of the West Fire Region, and the Red Lake District was investigating the report of two possible new fires by the evening of June 23. Smokey conditions are being reported in the Red Lake District [Read more]

St. Martin’s Talent Show

St. Martin’s Talent Show

St. Martin Talent Show Donates to Harvest Food Bank TERRACE BAY, ON – St. Martin Student Council hosted their First Annual Talent Show on May 27th.  Student Council decided to put their faith into action by requesting donations in lieu of an admission fee.  Due to the economic circumstances [Read more]

Dubreuil Father’s Day Walleye Derby Wrap-up

Dubreuil Father’s Day Walleye Derby Wrap-up

Dubreuilville Father’s Day Walleye Derby a success by Karina Hunter In spite of record low water levels on the Magpie River, Dubreuilville’s Father’s Day Walleye Derby, one of the largest in the area with $12 000+ in prizes, was a huge success this weekend. Unfortunately, the [Read more]

Possible tornado touches down in Midland, ON

Possible tornado touches down in Midland, ON

From the Weather Network Midland residents left picking up the pieces after possible tornado touches down It will be a day of assessing the damage and picking up the pieces for anyone living in the town of Midland. A series of intense thunderstorms tore across Ontario on Monday. Around 6:30p.m. a [Read more]

Man Fined & Suspended From Hunting

Man Fined & Suspended From Hunting

A Timmins man has been fined $3,000 for hunting on private property. Sylvain Gravel pleaded guilty to trespassing while hunting and shooting across a roadway. In addition to his fines, Gravel is suspended from hunting for one year. His rifle, seized during the investigation, will be returned once [Read more]

La TVH donne un nouvel élan aux petites entreprises

La TVH donne un nouvel élan aux petites entreprises

23 juin 2010 10h30 Le gouvernement McGuinty accorde des incitatifs fiscaux en vue d’accroître la productivité Les petites entreprises de l’Ontario profiteront grandement du plan fiscal pour la création d’emplois et la croissance grâce à des allégements fiscaux totalisant [Read more]

Small Businesses Will Get Big Boost From HST

Small Businesses Will Get Big Boost From HST

June 23, 2010 10:30 AM McGuinty Government To Provide Tax Incentives to Increase Productivity Ontario’s small businesses will benefit from the Tax Plan for Jobs and Growth with more than $1 billion of tax relief over the next three years. Small businesses will see their Corporate Income Tax [Read more]

120 Charges in Walleye Enforcement Blitz

120 Charges in Walleye Enforcement Blitz

Ministry completes 3 week walleye fishery focused enforcement blitz  June 22nd, 2010 The Ministry of Natural Resources laid 120 charges and issued 333 warnings during a three-week enforcement blitz focusing on the walleye fishery in northeastern Ontario. Conservation officers checked 6,690 anglers [Read more]

Nitam Giigidowin Project Officially Launched

Nitam Giigidowin Project Officially Launched

Nitam Giigidowin Project Officially Launched FORT WILLIAM FIRST NATION, ON – June 18th, 2010 – The Thunder Bay District Health Unit (TBDHU) and Dilico Anishinabek Family Care (Dilico) are pleased to announce that for the first time, preschool aboriginal children living on First Nations in [Read more]

Nipigon OPP Weekend Update

Nipigon OPP Weekend Update

3 Motor Vehicle Collisions Investigated NIPIGON, ON – During the weekend of June 18th to June 20th, 2010 Nipigon/Schreiber Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to 27 calls for service and issued numerous Provincial Offence Notices.  Police investigated three motor vehicle collisions and [Read more]

Northeast Superior Forest Community News

Northeast Superior Forest Community News

NFSC – Newsletters on OntarioNewsNorth.com Spring has sprung in the Northeastern Forest Community and, in celebration of the new season, the Northeast Superior Forest Community (NSFC) has released their Spring 2010 edition of The Forest News.  The Forest News is a great way to stay informed [Read more]

Blockade dismantled, for now…

Blockade dismantled, for now…

“Batchewana First Nation Dismantles Railway Blockade, For Now” At 8:00am this morning Batchewana First Nation community members began to dismantle the railway blockade, which was erected yesterday in opposition to the HST. The dismantle came after a collective agreement amongst organizers, and [Read more]

Les cas de salmonelles sont en augmentation

Les cas de salmonelles sont en augmentation

La médecin hygiéniste en chef rappelle à la population de bien manipuler et cuire les produits de poulet transformés 22 juin 2010 10h00 Les cas de salmonelles sont en augmentation La médecin hygiéniste en chef de l’Ontario, la docteure Arlene King, rappelle aux Ontariennes et aux [Read more]

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