Posts Tagged ‘Northeastern community newspaper’

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INVESTIGATION LEADS TO CHARGES FOR OFFICER

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INVESTIGATION LEADS TO CHARGES FOR OFFICER

FROM: NORTH EAST REGION OPP HEADQUARTERS NORTH BAY, ON – Following an investigation by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Professional Standards Bureau (PSB) into a domestic violence complaint, an East Algoma OPP officer was arrested and charged on Thursday, July 31, 2014. The 43-year-old male [Read more]

Cook Safely So Your Only Picnic Worry Is the Weather

Cook Safely So Your Only Picnic Worry Is the Weather

Picnic and Grilling Safety Tips to Ensure Your Outdoor Event is Fun and Safe Whether it’s a picnic with friends, or a family barbeque at the park, don’t invite food poisoning to the party. Each year, thousands of Ontarians suffer from food poisoning due to improper food handling. The [Read more]

CANOE MINING INTERSECTS GOLD VALUES AT IRON LAKE GOLD PROJECT

CANOE MINING INTERSECTS GOLD VALUES AT IRON LAKE GOLD PROJECT

FROM: Canoe Mining Ventures Corp.  OAKVILLE, ON –  Canoe Mining Ventures Corp. (TSXV: CLV)(“Canoe Mining”) announces the results from its 10 hole (1301m) drill program targeting the Abbie Lake section of Canoe Mining’s 100% owned Iron Lake Gold Project. A summary of the significant gold [Read more]

Forest Fire Situation Update Northeast Region

Forest Fire Situation Update Northeast Region

New Fires One new fire was confirmed on August 5. Sault Ste. Marie 18 was declared out at 0.1 hectare. By the time of this report, one new fires has been confirmed on August 6. Timmins 14 is now out. Fire Hazard The Northeast Region is experiencing a hazard ranging from low to high. Areas [Read more]

Hughes on Headlines “Rail must be made safer for communities”

Hughes on Headlines “Rail must be made safer for communities”

Among the defining issues of the Conservative’s time in government is the constant march toward self-regulation for industry.  In the past Canada relied on strong public regulation and oversight to ensure risks are managed to protect the public.  The move away from that time-tested method has [Read more]

MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION RESULTS IN FATALITY ON HWY 519

MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION RESULTS IN FATALITY ON HWY 519

WAWA, ON – November 29, 2013 at 8:30 pm, the Superior East Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Wawa Detachment responded to a single motor vehicle collision on Highway 519 in the Dambrossio Township. Upon arrival the driver was removed from the motor vehicle by the OPP.  Emergency Medical [Read more]

TRAFFIC STOP RESULTS IN LARGE DRUG SEIZURE

TRAFFIC STOP RESULTS IN LARGE DRUG SEIZURE

WAWA, ON – November 28, 2013 at 2:40 pm, the Superior East Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Wawa Detachment were conducting radar patrols on Highway 17 north of Wawa in the Lalibert Township.  Two white SUV’s were recorded traveling at a high rate of speed and were subsequently stopped. As [Read more]

Wawa EDC Congratulates Top 5 of Prodigy Argonaut Dreamers Contest

Wawa EDC Congratulates Top 5 of Prodigy Argonaut Dreamers Contest

WAWA, ON – Economic Development Wawa, in partnership with Prodigy Argonaut Gold and Michipicoten First Nation, is proud to announce winners of the Mine Your Own Business Wawa (MYOB) Prodigy Argonaut Dreamers Challenge. The Prodigy Argonaut Dreamers Challenge challenged area youth aged 15 to [Read more]

NDP’s 1,000 Reasons Why Prorogation Will Hurt Northern Ontarians

NDP’s 1,000 Reasons Why Prorogation Will Hurt Northern Ontarians

The Prime Minister is once again showing his contempt for the work of parliamentarians SUDBURY, ON – The Conservative government’s decision to shut down Parliament will impact the lives of Canadians, says NDP MPs Glenn Thibeault (Sudbury) and Carol Hughes (Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing). [Read more]

Cottager Fined $2,000 for Dredging Shore Lands

Cottager Fined $2,000 for Dredging Shore Lands

HEARST, ON – A Hearst man has been fined for dredging the shore lands of Pivabiska Lake. Leandre Lachance pleaded guilty and was fined $2,000 for contravening the Public Lands Act. Court heard that during the summer of 2012, Lachance, after purchasing a cottage lot on Pivabiska Lake, cleared [Read more]

Trio of Walleye Fishermen Nets $6,000 Fine

Trio of Walleye Fishermen Nets $6,000 Fine

Three Chelmsford men have been fined a total of $6,000 for fishing quota violations. Joel Rouleau, Ryan Lalonde and Guy Brosseau were each fined $2,000 for unlawfully possessing an over-limit of walleye. Court heard that on June 22, 2013, a conservation officer inspected the three men on the Rush [Read more]

Illegal Bait Fish Operation Leads to $1,500 Fine

Illegal Bait Fish Operation Leads to $1,500 Fine

HEARST, ON – Two Hearst men have been fined a total of $1,500 for operating an illegal commercial baitfish operation. Remi-Serge Gosselin and Roger Neron were found guilty of operating an illegal commercial baitfish operation and fined $750 each. Court heard that on August 21, 2013, a [Read more]

DUBREUILVILLE: Séance régulière du conseil / Regular Council meeting (August 8 août)

DUBREUILVILLE: Séance régulière du conseil / Regular Council meeting (August  8 août)

ORDRE DU JOUR / Agenda Séance régulière du conseil qui aura lieu à 18 h 30, le 8 août 2013 Regular Council meeting scheduled for August 8, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. 1.    OUVERTURE / CALL TO ORDER 2.    PRÉSENCE / ROLL CALL 3.    APPEL ET DÉCLARATION D’INTÉRÊT PÉCUNIAIRE / DECLARATION [Read more]

$1,000 Fine for Shooting Moose From Roadway

$1,000 Fine for Shooting Moose From Roadway

A Brunswick House First Nation man has been fined $1,000 for illegal hunting northwest of Chapleau.  Daniel Jacques pleaded guilty to unlawfully discharging his firearm in a travelled roadway. His hunting rifle was seized at the time of the incident and will be returned once his fine is paid. [Read more]

Wawa Special Council Meeting Cancelled

Wawa Special Council Meeting Cancelled

WAWA, ON – PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Special Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, July 16, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 40 Broadway Avenue, has been cancelled. Please contact the Corporate Services Department at 856-2244, extension 222, should you have any questions [Read more]

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