Posts Tagged ‘Greenstone Ontario daily regional newspaper’

Funding Pumping Station Upgrades in Greenstone

Funding Pumping Station Upgrades in Greenstone

Province Creating Jobs, Building Up Critical Infrastructure in Small, Rural and Northern Communities Ontario is providing the Municipality of Greenstone with up to $990,000 to upgrade the wastewater system at Picnic Point Pumping Station through the Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund– one of [Read more]

Native Child and Family Services Program Earns Approval as Social Service Worker Equivalent

Native Child and Family Services Program Earns Approval as Social Service Worker Equivalent

THUNDER BAY, ON – The Native Child and Family Services program at Confederation College has earned approval as a program equivalent to a Social Service Worker program. This approval was issued by the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers after a comprehensive review process [Read more]

GREENSTONE Highway Condition Updates

GREENSTONE Highway Condition Updates

GREENSTONE, ON – James Bay (Kapuskasing) Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police advise of the continued closure of Highway 11 between Hearst and Longlac due to a public safety concern created by forest fires along the highway.  Updates will be provided when available [Read more]

911 Hang ups Tie-Up Officers

911 Hang ups Tie-Up Officers

GREENSTONE, ON – Have you ever thought about what happens when someone calls 911? This is something that very few citizens think of, yet it consumes a significant amount of resources for the police and other emergency services. When a person calls 911 an operator answers the phone and asks if the [Read more]

The Last Link Project

The Last Link Project

By Edgar J. Lavoie Completing the First Trans-Canada Highway in Ontario For 2018, a group of volunteers are organizing to commemorate an historic event that occurred in 1943. For the first time, a highway linked Eastern and Western Canada entirely on Canadian soil. In 1939, there was no highway [Read more]

21st Century Opportunities in Superior-Greenstone DSB

21st Century Opportunities in Superior-Greenstone DSB

Superior-Greenstone District School Board was recently host to Microsoft Education as they prepared to roll out Office 365 to our leadership team. Office 365 is also available to all learners in the Board. The O365 tools will provide all our learners with tools to demonstrate their learning, and [Read more]

Safety Tips When Walking on the Streets

Safety Tips When Walking on the Streets

From the Editor: Days are getting longer, temperatures are rising (or trying to) and naturally, this results in larger numbers of Northern Ontario residents taking advantage of getting regular exercise outdoors. In my community, Manitouwadge, I’ve definitely notice a rise in the numbers of [Read more]

Historic Headframe to be Sold & Demolished

Historic Headframe to be Sold & Demolished

GREENSTONE, ON – The regular meeting of Greenstone Municipal Council will consider the following motion on Tuesday, March 29, 2016, starting at 6:30 p.m.: “THAT By-Law16-22, being a By-law to enter into an Option to Purchase Agreement between the Corporation of the Municipality of [Read more]

Crime of the Week – Mischief in Long Lake

Crime of the Week – Mischief in Long Lake

Thunder Bay District Crime Stoppers and the Ontario Provincial Police are asking for your help in solving a mischief that occurred in the later part of September 2015 in the First Nation Territory of Long Lake 58. Sometime between September 14th and 27th unknown persons destroyed a statue that sat [Read more]

Greenstone Celebrates Grand Opening of Beardmore Multi-Purpose Centre

Greenstone Celebrates Grand Opening of Beardmore Multi-Purpose Centre

GREENSTONE, ON – Area dignitaries and citizens were on hand today (Nov.12.2015) to celebrate the official Grand Opening of the Beardmore Multi-Purpose Centre. The building houses a community Library, Health Centre, Community Room, and a Municipal Office. “Congratulations to Greenstone and [Read more]

Better Public Transit for NWO Including Schreiber, Terrace Bay and Greenstone

Thunder Bay and Region to receive over $1,980,000 in gas tax funding   Ontario’s Gas Tax Program is helping people in Thunder Bay and the Region get out of their cars and onto public transit. For the 12th consecutive year, Ontario is providing support to Thunder Bay, Schreiber / Terrace Bay [Read more]

7th Greenstone OPP Stuff-A-Cruiser Later This Month

7th Greenstone OPP Stuff-A-Cruiser Later This Month

GREENSTONE, ON – Saturday, November 28, 2015, officers from the Greenstone Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) as well as members of the Superior North Emergency Medical Service (EMS) will be collecting food and other items in support of the Greenstone Harvest Centre, the local [Read more]

Forest Resource Road Closed in Longlac-Nakina Area

Forest Resource Road Closed in Longlac-Nakina Area

Blueberry Road Closed For Bridge Repairs The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) advises that a portion of a primary forest resource road north of Longlac and east of Nakina, in Nipigon District, will be temporarily closed for bridge repairs. A portion of Blueberry Road will be [Read more]

Highway 11 Greenstone Post Agoni River

GREENSTONE, ON – Ontario Provincial Police have advised that Highway 11, Greenstone Post Agoni River, is now completely reopened. [Read more]

Anglers Fined $3,000 for Catching Walleye Out of Season

Anglers Fined $3,000 for Catching Walleye Out of Season

Two Northwestern Ontario residents have been fined $1,500 each for catching and keeping walleye out of season.    Kristi Kasprick of Beardmore and Kenneth Labbe of Thunder Bay pleaded guilty to fishing for walleye during the closed season and were each fined $1,500. Court heard that on May 15, [Read more]

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