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Célébrez la Journée des parcs en Ontario

Célébrez la Journée des parcs en Ontario

16 juillet 2010 Le gouvernement McGuinty vous invite à participer à la Journée des parcs samedi le 17 juillet À l’occasion de la Journée des parcs du Canada, le 17 juillet, les parcs provinciaux de l’Ontario proposent aux Ontariens et Ontariennes une foule d’activités [Read more]

2nd Degree Murder Charge Laid – Deer Lake Resident

2nd Degree Murder Charge Laid – Deer Lake Resident

FROM/DE:    Criminal Investigation Branch                            DATE: July 16, 2010 POLICE INVESTIGATE DEATH IN DEER LAKE – Update – (DEER LAKE, ON) – On July 10, 2010 at approximately 7:12am members of the Nishnawbe Aski Police Service (NAPS) were [Read more]

Ride Checks Result in Licence Suspensions

Ride Checks Result in Licence Suspensions

FROM/DE: Marathon OPP Detachment                                              DATE: July 16, 2010 RIDE CHECKS RESULT IN THREE DAY DRIVERS LICENCE SUSPENSION FOR TWO MEN IN MARATHON (MARATHON, ON.) –On July 15, 2010 at approximately 11:30 pm the Marathon [Read more]

A very special fishing team

A very special fishing team

by Karina Hunter The 2010 Dubreuilville Father’s Day Fish Derby was a great success; the live release derby, held on the Magpie River, welcomed anglers from across Ontario and Michigan but this year, a special Father-Son team from Terrace Bay stood out from among the more than 60 teams, inspiring [Read more]

Strawberry Social in Schreiber

Strawberry Social in Schreiber

SCHREIBER, ON – Sunday, July 11th the Schreiber Public Library hosted a Strawberry Social as part of ongoing 125th Anniversary celebrations.  The Social was a huge success with approximately 150 people attending to enjoy delicious strawberry desserts. The Katimavik Group volunteered, helping [Read more]

Oxycodone & Cash seized in Thunder Bay Bust

Oxycodone & Cash seized in Thunder Bay Bust

FROM/DE:    Ontario Provincial Police-Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau, Drug Enforcement Unit DATE: July 15, 2010 Toronto man arrested and returned to Thunder Bay to face drug charges. THUNDER BAY, ON – On the 30th day of June 2010, Drug Enforcement Unit officers arrested three people at [Read more]

East & West Region Forest Fire Situation Update

East & West Region Forest Fire Situation Update

West Fire Region One new fire was reported in the West Fire Region yesterday, Nipigon Fire 53 is being monitored at 3.0ha northwest of Ogoki. This fire was caused by lightning. The fire hazard remains low to moderate for northwestern Ontario. High winds still pose a concern along the north shore of [Read more]

Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision

Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision

FROM/DE:    Dryden Detachment                              DATE: July 16, 2010 (Dryden, ON.) –On Thursday July 15th 2010 at approximately 12:50 pm a motor vehicle collision occurred on Highway 17 in Hodgson Township, 2 km west of the Highway 622 and Highway 17 [Read more]

OPP Charged after collision

OPP Charged after collision

OPP OFFICER CHARGED AS A RESULT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION (THUNDER BAY, ON) – At approximately 5:40am on July 9, 2010 a single motor vehicle collision occurred on Highway 17 in the Town of Schreiber. A Schreiber Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) vehicle travelling eastbound left the roadway. [Read more]

Katimavik in Your Community

Katimavik in Your Community

SCHREIBER, ON – Monday, July 12th the Katimavik Crew helped serve food at a community Fish Fry.  Afterwards they were also on hand to help with clean-up. Thanks to the Katimavik Group for their ongoing contributions to Northshore communities! Catching up on more recent news from Katmavik [Read more]

Simcoe Plaza Ground Breaking Ceremony

Simcoe Plaza Ground Breaking Ceremony

Ground Breaking at Simcoe Plaza by Karina Hunter TERRACE BAY, ON – Monday, July 12th in excess of a hundred residents and business owners gathered at the Simcoe Plaza for a historic moment, the Ground Breaking Ceremony which officially kicked off the 3 million dollar rehabilitation of Terrace [Read more]

Impaired by Drug Charges Laid

Impaired by Drug Charges Laid

MALE CHARGED WITH IMPAIRED BY DRUG (MARATHON, ON.) –On July 14, 2010 at 02:25am the Marathon OPP responded to a call of a possible impaired driver on Highway 17 in Marathon Township.   The motor vehicle was located at the Peninsula Inn with 2 occupants. After officers spoke to the driver and an [Read more]

Paper Mill Fined $125,000 – 3 Injured

Paper Mill Fined $125,000 – 3 Injured

Paper Mill Owner-Operator Fined $125,000 After Workers and Student Injured Fort Frances, Ont. – Abitibi Consolidated Company of Canada, owner and operator of a paper mill in Fort Frances, was fined $125,000 on July 9, 2010, for a violation of the Occupational Health and Safety Act that caused [Read more]

HST Will Spark High-Tech Growth

HST Will Spark High-Tech Growth

McGuinty Government’s Tax Reform Benefits High-Tech Industry Ontario’s high-tech sector is poised to benefit from the Ontario’s Tax Plan for Jobs and Growth. High-tech businesses like software and IT companies have seen a reduction in their expenses since July 1. They are now [Read more]

Old Plaza Theatre Face Lift

Old Plaza Theatre Face Lift

NIPIGON, ON – Last week, Community Development Officer (CDO) Sarah Lewis organized a ‘painting party’ inviting all those willing and able to join her downtown on  July 7th to continue efforts to beautify on of the town’s main retail streets with the painting of the old [Read more]

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