Posts Tagged ‘northern ontario daily news’

#CrossoverInsider: This Week’s New Release Trailers, New Videogame Release & How to WIN $50*

#CrossoverInsider: This Week’s New Release Trailers, New Videogame Release & How to WIN $50*

Back in 2015 Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg hit the screen in a comedy about a father and a step-father dueling for the attention of their two children. Daddy’s Home became an instant comedic hit grossing a whopping 242.8 million dollars at the North American box office. The fact that Wahlberg [Read more]

Marathon OPP Drug Investigation: 9th Male Arrested and Charged

Marathon OPP Drug Investigation: 9th Male Arrested and Charged

MARATHON, ON – On February 1, 2018, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau (OCEB) with the assistance of the Provincial Operations Intelligence Bureau (POIB), the Community Street Crime Unit (CSCU), Emergency Response Team (ERT), K-9, members of the Marathon [Read more]

Crossover Insider: Stamp Card Winner and This Week’s New Releases (w/trailers)

Crossover Insider: Stamp Card Winner and This Week’s New Releases (w/trailers)

Treacher Collins syndrome is defined as a genetic disorder characterized by deformities of the ears, eyes, cheekbones, and chin. It is not curable but may be treated with reconstructive surgery. Needless to say, the people who suffer from this condition look much different than you or me and, as a [Read more]

Get Active Cross-Country Skiing Kicks-Off

Get Active Cross-Country Skiing Kicks-Off

  MANITOUWADGE, ON – Februrary 10th, a small group of youth (12yrs of age and up) and adults, led by Northern Trails Ski Club volunteer Debbie Aurola, enjoyed a morning of cross-country skiing as part of the Get Active Program. Conditions were great, the trails well-groomed, though perhaps [Read more]

UPDATE: Manitouwadge Recreation Centre

MANITOUWADGE, ON – The Township of Manitouwadge has announced that the Community (recreation) Centre resumes regular hours of operation Thursday, February 8, 2018 however, Fitness Centre 24/7 access will be restricted until further notice. Fitness Centre members may use the facility during [Read more]

Female Charged for Refusing to Provide Breath Sample

Female Charged for Refusing to Provide Breath Sample

MARATHON, ON – On February 7, 2018 at approximately 3:35 a.m. officers of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Marathon detachment were on general patrol in the Town of Marathon. Officers observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed and a traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle. [Read more]

Two Males Arrested for Defrauding the Town of Kapuskasing

Two Males Arrested for Defrauding the Town of Kapuskasing

KAPUSKASING, ON – On June 6, 2017, the James Bay Detachments Crime Unit of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) commenced an investigation into allegations of fraud involving two males in the Town of Kapuskasing, Ontario. Police investigation revealed that between September 2014 and February [Read more]

Matawa First Nations Host Community Sessions to Develop 20yr Regional Tourism Strategic Plan

Matawa First Nations Host Community Sessions to Develop 20yr Regional Tourism Strategic Plan

THUNDER BAY, ON – Matawa’s Economic Development Unit today hosted a Tourism Strategy Meeting and Off Reserve Community Session to hear views and opinions on a Regional Tourism Strategic Plan. Over the past few months, input has also been received through a series of workshops in all the [Read more]

Nakina Northern Store Set to Close

Nakina Northern Store Set to Close

NAKINA, ON – Shoppers in Nakina will soon face longer travel times to get groceries. On March 31st, 2018 the North West Company will close the Northern Store in their community. “This location is no longer sustainable and as a result we made the difficult decision to close our Northern Nakina [Read more]

#CrossoverInsider: Top 10 Most Rented and This Week’s New Releases w/Trailers

#CrossoverInsider: Top 10 Most Rented and This Week’s New Releases w/Trailers

There are a lot of perks to living in Northern Ontario. The towns are safe and family friendly. We all know one another and everyone bands together to help out during times of need. And perhaps the biggest draw is the natural beauty that surrounds us. On the other hand, being surrounded by acres [Read more]

Ammonia Leak Closes Manitouwadge Recreation Centre

Ammonia Leak Closes Manitouwadge Recreation Centre

MANITOUWADGE, ON – An ammonia leak at the Manitouwadge Recreation (community) Centre has led to the township closing the facility to the public and sharing that: “For the safety of the public and our staff, will remain closed to everyone until further notice. We continue to work to [Read more]

NDP Statement Re: Latest Findings of Mercury Contamination Near Grassy Narrows

NDP Statement Re: Latest Findings of Mercury Contamination Near Grassy Narrows

QUEEN’S PARK, ON —On Monday, NDP Environment critic Peter Tabuns issued the following statement on the latest findings of mercury contamination on the shores of the Wabigoon River: “Today’s findings confirm what too many First Nation families already know – the threat of [Read more]

Lakehead University Bell Let’s Talk Basketball Game Night Feb.2

Lakehead University Bell Let’s Talk Basketball Game Night Feb.2

Lakehead University Participates in Bell Let’s Talk Day THUNDER BAY, ON – Lakehead University’s Student Health and Counselling Centre partnered with Thunderwolves athletes and Wolfie for Bell Let’s Talk Day on Wednesday, Jan. 31. Several stations were outside [Read more]

Demographics and Gold Prices Play Role in Thunder Bay Air Traffic

Demographics and Gold Prices Play Role in Thunder Bay Air Traffic

As Thunder Bay’s International Airport (TBIA) reports on record passenger numbers in 2017, Northern Policy Institute’s latest commentary, “Taking Off: Factors Impacting Thunder Bay’s Air Traffic”, reveals several indicators that correlate with flight demand in recent years. Author [Read more]

#CrossoverInsider : New Movies (incl. trailers); What’s In-Store & How YOU Can Win!

#CrossoverInsider : New Movies (incl. trailers); What’s In-Store & How YOU Can Win!

February is right around the corner and, like January, the hot new releases continue to hit our shelves at a steady pace. In a month where many Canadians will be cheering on our athletes as they compete at the Winter Olympics in South Korea, it’s important to leave time to stay up-to-date on [Read more]

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