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OPP Seek Public Assistance in Solving Mischief Incident

OPP Seek Public Assistance in Solving Mischief Incident

WAWA, ON – On Thursday March 8, 2017 at approximately 9:50 am members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Superior East Chapleau Detachment responded to a mischief incident to a local Chapleau Ontario school. The incident took place between Friday March 3, 2017 and Thursday March 8, 2017. [Read more]

OPP Investigate Snowmobile Collision on O.F.S.C. ‘D’ Trail

OPP Investigate Snowmobile Collision on O.F.S.C. ‘D’ Trail

WAWA, ON – On Saturday March 4, 2017 at approximately 5:30 pm members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Superior East Chapleau Detachment were called to a collision involving a snowmobile on the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (O.F.S.C) “D” trail located approximately [Read more]

Hydro bills put community centres at risk

Hydro bills put community centres at risk

ECHO BAY, ON – On Saturday, NDP Leader Andrea Horwath joined the leadership of Echo Bay, Desbarats, Bruce Mines, Hilton Beach and the Township of St. Joseph to speak out about skyrocketing hydro bills – which are putting their community hubs at risk. “The Johnson Township Community Centre [Read more]

Wawa Goose Seniors’ Club – Goose Droppings

Wawa Goose Seniors’ Club – Goose Droppings

Fall is fast approaching and the Drop In is back to the regular: committees meet, the executive meets and the general meeting for September was held on the 14th. The executive, despite an election in June is the same. So you have two years to get it together and become a member! We do hope [Read more]

Hughes: “The truth is often lost in order to make a point”

Hughes: “The truth is often lost in order to make a point”

We are hearing about the end of truth in politics, mostly as a by-product of the American Presidential race, but the use of flimsy facts and general opinion to support a position is nothing new.  What is newer is the way that these ‘facts’ can be perpetuated on the internet and seem to take on [Read more]

North East Region: Two OPP Officers Charged

North East Region: Two OPP Officers Charged

KAPUSKASING, ON – On September 13, 2016, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Professional Standards Bureau (PSB) arrested and charged two OPP officers after conducting an investigation related to an assault of two individuals which occurred on May 28, 2016.  As a result of the investigation, [Read more]

OPP Charge White River Man With Assault

OPP Charge White River Man With Assault

WHITE RIVER, ON – On Monday September 12, 2016 at approximately 8:40 am members of the Superior East White River Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a White River residence regarding a disturbance and allegations of assault. At the scene police conducted an [Read more]

FONOM Board of Directors Meeting This Friday

FONOM Board of Directors Meeting This Friday

KAPUSKASING, ON – The Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities (FONOM) will be meeting in the City of Elliot Lake on Friday, September 9, 2016 for the regular meeting of the Board of Directors. The Board will be discussing a number of issues including infrastructure funding for local and [Read more]

Northeastern Ontario Artist Among Finalists for Premier’s Award and $35,000 Prize

Northeastern Ontario Artist Among Finalists for Premier’s Award and $35,000 Prize

Finalists Announced for Premier’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts Province Recognizing Important Contributions of Ontario’s Arts Community Twelve finalists have been announced for the Premier’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts. The awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of [Read more]

Wawa OPP : Single MVC with Multiple Fatalities

Wawa OPP : Single MVC with Multiple Fatalities

WAWA, ON – On September 5, 2016 at approximately 7:30 a.m., members of the Wawa Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a single motor vehicle collision on Highway 17 approximately 20 kilometres west of Wawa near Catfish Lake. The vehicle crashed into a rock cut resulting in the death of [Read more]

Teams from 13 Nations Gather for Mine Rescue Competition in Sudbury

Teams from 13 Nations Gather for Mine Rescue Competition in Sudbury

Opening ceremonies kick off the 10th International Mines Rescue Competition 27 teams from 13 nations gather in Sudbury SUDBURY, ON –  On Sunday evening, August 21, mine rescuers from around the globe were welcomed to Canada by the host of the International Mines Rescue Competition, [Read more]

Ontario Invests in Small Businesses in the Northeast

Ontario Invests in Small Businesses in the Northeast

Province Supporting Job Creation, Growing Regional Economy Ontario is supporting business development in the Northeast by helping local companies expand operations and increase revenues. With an investment of nearly $1 million through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC), the [Read more]

Letter to the Editor : Gov’t Incompetence with ACR Train

Letter to the Editor : Gov’t Incompetence with ACR Train

Share your opinions by mailing Letters to the Editor to Editor@OntarioNewsNorth.com. *Please see below or CLICK HERE for important information regarding terms of publication, necessary info and disclaimer regarding Letters to the Editor content. The views and opinions expressed in Letters to the [Read more]

OPP Seek Public Assistance in Solving a Break and Enter

OPP Seek Public Assistance in Solving a Break and Enter

CHAPLEAU, ON – On Sunday July 10, 2016 at approximately 10:10 pm officers from the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Superior East Chapleau Detachment were advised of a Break and Enter and mischief incident which had taken place at a Sultan residence. Investigation revealed tha the suspect gained [Read more]

Exploring Public Transportation in Northern Ontario – Share Your Input

Exploring Public Transportation in Northern Ontario – Share Your Input

Winter, summer, spring and fall, one of the most common topics for calls and letters my office receives is in regard to transportation concerns. This isn’t surprising given that so many of us have to travel often for business, recreation, medical and other reasons. People contact me to express [Read more]

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