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Fort William site for Métis Nation of Ontario Assembly

Fort William site for Métis Nation of Ontario Assembly

Ontario Métis Come Together to Celebrate the Year of the Métis Nation Thunder Bay, ON – Each year, Métis leaders and citizens from across Ontario gather with friends, family and colleagues to showcase their rich culture and celebrate being Métis. In addition to a celebration, the Annual [Read more]

2010 Beach Bash Winning Teams

2010 Beach Bash Winning Teams

Dubreuilville Beach Bash 2010 DUBREUILVILLE, ON – This past weekend, July 17th & 18th, Dubreuilville residents lathered on the sunscreen to participate in Beach Bash 2010; an annual beach volleyball tournament enjoyed by locals and visitors. 48 teams participated, their $20 registration fee [Read more]

Highway Investments Boost Northern Economy

Highway Investments Boost Northern Economy

July 21, 2010 McGuinty Government Helping Create More Than 5000 Jobs In The North NEWS     Ontario’s continued commitment to highway infrastructure throughout Northern Ontario will help improve safety and efficiency on northern roads for residents, visitors and industry. It will also help [Read more]

Terrace Bay Pulp Update

Terrace Bay Pulp Update

Terrace Bay Pulp Approved for Staff Call Backs THUNDER BAY – The following statement was released by Terrace Bay Pulp, regarding the company’s ongoing efforts to re-open their Terrace Bay mill. “Throughout the past 10 days, Terrace Bay has been engaged in intensive discussions with the [Read more]

MBA Executive Elected

MBA Executive Elected

Manitouwadge Business Association Takes Another Step Towards Formalization by Karina Hunter MANITOUWADGE, ON – The Manitouwadge Business Association held their regularly scheduled meeting tonight; on the agenda was the much anticipated election of an executive for the group which had been [Read more]

East & West Regions Forest Fire Situation Update

East & West Regions Forest Fire Situation Update

East Fire Region July 20, 2010 No new fires were reported on July 19. Two fires have been confirmed today, July 20. Sudbury 127, in the Garson area, is 0.1 hectares in size. Chapleau 30 is a lightning fire in the Montreal River area that is not under control at 4.5 hectares in size. There [Read more]

Businesses Breakfast with Bruce

Businesses Breakfast with Bruce

JULY 20, 2010 HYER SOLICITS SMALL BUSINESS CONCERNS Bruce Hyer, MP hosts breakfast meeting to hear concerns of local small businesses   THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay–Superior North MP and Small Business & Tourism Critic Bruce Hyer is inviting local small business people to a special breakfast [Read more]

Consultations Begin On Public Sector Compensation

Consultations Begin On Public Sector Compensation

July 20, 2010 McGuinty Government Takes Next Step In Plan To Manage Responsibly Today, public service employers and labour leaders were brought together to begin a discussion about managing responsibly through upcoming compensation negotiations. The McGuinty government is working with its partners [Read more]

La Province intervient en matière d’éco-droits

La Province intervient en matière d’éco-droits

20 juillet 2010 Le gouvernement McGuinty s’est engagé à écarter de l’environnement les déchets dangereux ménagers Les éco-droits sur les produits de consommation entrés en vigueur le 1er juillet ont maintenant été éliminés, le gouvernement McGuinty ayant pris [Read more]

Province Takes Action on Eco Fees

Province Takes Action on Eco Fees

July 20, 2010 11:05 AM McGuinty Government Committed To Keeping Household Hazardous Waste Out Of Environment The eco fees on consumer products that came into effect on July 1st have now been eliminated as the McGuinty government stepped in today and took action. While the Orange Drop program will [Read more]

Aboard the Clelia II

Aboard the Clelia II

Visiting the Top of Superior’s Cruiseship by Karina Hunter Many Nipigon, Red Rock and area residents have now become accustomed to the sight of the Clelia II at the Red Rock Marina during it’s regular visits as it drops anchor in the deep water, shuttling passengers to dry land via Zodiak [Read more]

East & West Fire Regions Forest fire situation update

East & West Fire Regions Forest fire situation update

East Fire Region July 20, 2010 One new fire was reported on July 20. Sudbury 127, in the Skead Road area, was 0.1 hectares in size and has been called out. Campfires are part of enjoying the outdoors, however, each year campfires cause many wildfires. To ensure your campfire doesn’t become a [Read more]

Nipigon Mayor Enters Federal Politics

Nipigon Mayor Enters Federal Politics

Richard Harvey To seek Conservative Nomination THUNDER BAY, ON – Nipigon Mayor Richard Harvey announced yesterday that he is seeking nomination for the federal Conservative Party for Thunder Bay – Superior North riding. In last year’s nomination race, Harvey narrowly lost against Mike [Read more]

Aerial Video Manitouwadge Area

Aerial Video Manitouwadge Area

MANITOUWADGE, ON – The videos below are a follow-up on an article about the economic benefits to Northshore communities when groups such as the Hydro-One team which performed regularly scheduled brush clearance/line maintenance of the Hydro line which serves Manitouwadge continuing through [Read more]

Moose/Van Collision results in Injuries

Moose/Van Collision results in Injuries

FROM/DE:    SUPERIOR EAST OPP    DATE:   July 20, 2010 (WHITE RIVER. On.) – On July 20, 2010 at approximately 1:20 am Superior East OPP in White River were dispatched to a single motor vehicle collision on Highway 17, 15 kilometres south of White River.   Investigation revealed that a [Read more]

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