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EPFM, En train, destination Winnipeg

EPFM, En train, destination Winnipeg

Le voyage exaltant Par les élèves  de l’École publique Franco-Manitou C’était un sombre après-midi le dimanche 13 juin 2010 que les élèves de la 6e, 7e, 8e ont pris la route en direction de Winnipeg, Manitoba. Ce voyage avait comme but d’enrichir les connaissances des aînés de [Read more]

Tax Changes Give Ontario Businesses Opportunities to Grow

Tax Changes Give Ontario Businesses Opportunities to Grow

July 2, 2010 10:30 AM Toronto Business Has Plans To Pass On Savings With Lower Prices Ontario businesses opened their doors to a new era of growth and prosperity. By modernizing an out of date, 50-year old tax system, Ontario is providing tax cuts to families and businesses and implementing the [Read more]

Canada Day in White River

Canada Day in White River

Bingo Players fill Legion Hall by Karina Hunter WHITE RIVER, ON – July 1st, 2010 – Bingo players from White River, Wawa, Hornepayne and Manitouwadge brought their dabbers and good luck charms to the White River Legion today for a chance at a $1000 pot.  There was a time when it was difficult [Read more]

HST Boosts Economy

HST Boosts Economy

Creating Jobs For Ontario Families McGuinty Government’s Open Ontario Plan Helps Families Get Ahead The Harmonized Sales Tax is now in effect – and that means a stronger economy with more competitive businesses that create more jobs for hard-working Ontario families. In more than 140 [Read more]

HST Begins With a Bang on Canada Day

HST Begins With a Bang on Canada Day

Fireworks celebrations on July 1st do not escape Harmonized Sales Tax THUNDER BAY – Canada Day celebrations this year will have a little less bang for the buck as the Harper-McGuinty HST will make it more expensive to buy even fireworks.  It’s a fitting start to how this unfair tax shift will [Read more]

Summerfest Organizer Has Message for YOU!

Summerfest Organizer Has Message for YOU!

The Summerfest team, volunteers from businesses and organizations throughout Marathon, held their last meeting this week.  It seems that everything continues to be on track for an incredible 10 days of festivities which will kick off tomorrow with a parade (beginning at the Curling Club) and [Read more]

West & East Region Forest Fire Situation Update

West & East Region Forest Fire Situation Update

West Fire Region Wednesday, June 30, 2010 There will not be a media advisory for July 1st 2010. The next advisory will come Friday July 2 2010 June 30 produced another quiet day in the West Fire Region There are six fires active in the region. The fire hazard is moderate for most of the region. [Read more]

Victoria Ave Becomes Movie Set

Victoria Ave Becomes Movie Set

VICTORIA AVENUE, THUNDERBAY BECOMES MOVIE SET THIS WEEKEND Feature Film 10-57 Started Filming in Thunder Bay; Victoria Ave East was closed on Sunday 27th June for Major Film Scene Filmmakers and industry professionals have descended on Thunder Bay this summer for the shooting of feature film [Read more]

Aerospace Innovation Taking Off In Toronto

Aerospace Innovation Taking Off In Toronto

McGuinty Government Supports Local Manufacturing And Job Creation Ontario is helping a Toronto-based aerospace company develop new technologies and create jobs. Firan Technology Group (FTG) is expanding their range of advanced materials and other technologies for printed circuit boards used in [Read more]

Canada Day Terrace Bay!

Canada Day Terrace Bay!

Terrace Bay sent this inifo to OntarioNewsNorth.com asking us to pass along an invitation to YOU! The residents of Terrace Bay AND there Northshore neighbours in communities from Dorion to Dubreuilville because they want this to be the BIGGEST PARTY they’ve ever thrown!! CLICK HERE TO VIEW OR [Read more]

Statement on Canada Day 2010

Statement on Canada Day 2010

Hyer: It’s incumbent upon Canadians to appreciate what makes Canada special THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay-Superior North MP Bruce Hyer is celebrating Canada Day in Terrace Bay and Thunder Bay, and points in between along the North Shore this year. He took the opportunity to speak about Canada’s [Read more]

GRADUATION à ÉPF-M

GRADUATION à ÉPF-M

Félicitations! Le personnel, les élèves de l’École publique Franco-Manitou aimeraient féliciter les finissants Alexia Dubois et Yannick Larouche d’avoir terminé leurs études de 8e année.  Le lundi 21 juin 2010, le personnel, les élèves de l’École publique Franco-Manitou ainsi que [Read more]

Lafarge Fined $45,000

Lafarge Fined $45,000

$45,000 Fine for Removing Aggregate From Unlicensed Area Lafarge Canada Inc. has pleaded guilty to operating in an unlicensed area adjacent to its quarry operation in Dawson Township, Manitoulin Island. The company was fined $45,000 and was ordered to rehabilitate the vertical rock faces located on [Read more]

Une nouvelle loi protège les enfants contre le tabac

Une nouvelle loi protège les enfants contre le tabac

Le gouvernement McGuinty interdit la vente de cigarillos aromatisés L’Ontario interdit la vente de cigarillos aromatisés pour les rendre moins accessibles, moins abordables et moins attrayants pour les jeunes.Les modifications apportées à la Loi favorisant un Ontario sans fumée, qui [Read more]

HST – What’s IN, What’s Out?

HST – What’s IN, What’s Out?

McGuinty Government’s Tax Plan Will Strengthen Economy And Create Jobs There will be no change in tax for 83 per cent of purchases when the Harmonized Sales Tax comes into effect on July 1st. From a morning coffee and newspaper, to municipal transit passes, cable, clothing and basic [Read more]

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