Posts Tagged ‘northern ontario newspaper’

Workplace Safety North New Interim President & CEO

Workplace Safety North New Interim President & CEO

On behalf of the WSN Board of Directors, I am pleased to announce that Paul Andre, CRSP, has accepted the position of acting WSN President and CEO, effective July 1, 2017. Paul has served as Vice President of Prevention Services at WSN since 2010. The former CEO and Field Services Manager of the [Read more]

#CrossoverInsider : Week’s New Releases (Trailers) + So much MORE In-Store (incl. opportunities to WIN BIG)

#CrossoverInsider : Week’s New Releases (Trailers) + So much MORE In-Store (incl. opportunities to WIN BIG)

It seems hard to believe that it was way back in 1933 that the world was first introduced to the giant gorilla known as Kong. In that version of the film, a movie crew visits a tropical island where Kong takes a liking to actress Ann Darrow (played by Fay Wray). He is then captured [Read more]

#CrossoverInsider: $100 Winner! New Releases/Trailers, Tasty American Treats AND MORE!

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Many thought that after the tragic and unexpected death of Paul Walker during the filming of Furious 7, the Fast and the Furious franchise would wrap up production without finishing the movie. This was most certainly not the case, as creative use of technology and family allowed producers to finish [Read more]

MP Serré Statement on Passing of Former Sudbury Mayor and Nickel Belt MP (français inclu)

MP Serré Statement on Passing of Former Sudbury Mayor and Nickel Belt MP (français inclu)

SUDBURY, ON – MP Nickel Belt Marc Serré released the following statement on the passing of John Rodriguez, former Greater Sudbury mayor and Nickel Belt MP. Serré shares: “I would like to offer my sincere condolences to the family of John Rodriguez. He dedicated most of his life for public [Read more]

Former Teacher/Principal Charged in Relation to Historical Sexual Assaults

Former Teacher/Principal Charged in Relation to Historical Sexual Assaults

THUNDER BAY, ON – Members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Thunder Bay Crime Unit have laid charges against a former teacher / principal who was employed at a number of communities in North West Ontario. The charges date back to 1981 and 1982. As a result of this investigation, Lothan [Read more]

Changes at OPP North East Region Headquarters

Changes at OPP North East Region Headquarters

NORTH BAY, ON – Chief Superintendent Fern Labelle, Regional Commander for North East Region Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) announces the following changes within the North East Region (NER) Command team. Inspector Joan McMahon has transferred from Manager, Regional Crime Prevention and [Read more]

Commercial Recycling Pickup Coming to Terrace Bay

Commercial Recycling Pickup Coming to Terrace Bay

TERRACE BAY, ON – Ignited by feedback from local businesses and fanned on by Council’s strategic focus on green initiatives, the Township of Terrace Bay is announcing its 1st trial run for commercial recycling pickup. Beginning this month (July) until the end of the year, business curbside [Read more]

MNRF Three-Day Enforcement Blitz On Lake Nipigon

MNRF Three-Day Enforcement Blitz On Lake Nipigon

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry laid 14 charges and issued 8 warnings during a three-day enforcement blitz on Lake Nipigon, Ontario. From June 19 to 21, 2017, conservation officers from Nipigon enforcement unit checked 106 resident and non-resident anglers. Officers checked for [Read more]

#CI: Canada Day in Marathon, NEW @Crossover, New Release Trailers, $100 Winner and More!

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The tragic stories of World War 2 are taught in classrooms around the world. We learn about the horrific acts committed, and the ultimate fall of the Nazi empire. We hear about the battles and the soldiers who fought valiantly to protect their lands and freedoms. What we don’t often hear about [Read more]

Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra Appoints New Executive Director/GM

Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra Appoints New Executive Director/GM

THUNDER BAY, ON – The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra is very pleased to announce the appointment of Gerald McEachern as its new Executive Director/General Manager. Gerald returns to Thunder Bay after 13 years, taking over from Acting Executive Director, Ken Boshcoff. Mr. Boshcoff will be [Read more]

Canada Day Celebrations in Manitouwadge (Photos+Video)

Canada Day Celebrations in Manitouwadge (Photos+Video)

MANITOUWADGE, ON – The Township of Manitouwadge had originally planned to have Canada Day community events both Friday evening and Saturday throughout the day, unfortunately weather did not cooperate Friday evening, the pool party scheduled to kick off the season at the Oasis Pool had to be [Read more]

Oasis Pool Officially Open (2017 Schedule)

Oasis Pool Officially Open (2017 Schedule)

MANITOUWADGE, ON – The Township of Manitouwadge Oasis Pool officially opened today (originally an event was scheduled to celebrate the pool opening Friday June 30 unfortunately the weather did not cooperate) and the township has released it’s 2017 Schedule (Click for PDF). While the [Read more]

Canada Day Celebrations in Red Rock

Canada Day Celebrations in Red Rock

Township of Red Rock residents looking to celebrate had plenty to choose from Saturday! Among the fun were a Mountain Hike organized by Friends of the Library, a one day baseball tournament, a silver-donation BBQ hosted (and cooked) by Red Rock’s Fire Department, a plethora of kids games and [Read more]

Canada Day Celebrations and Fireworks in Terrace Bay (videos)

Canada Day Celebrations and Fireworks in Terrace Bay (videos)

Canada Day festivities began in Terrace Bay on Saturday at the arena and included a performance of the national anthem by Lea Olive and accompanied by many of those in attendance. Throughout the day there were many fun events; among some of the highlights of these were a bike decorating contest, [Read more]

Greenstone Man Charged for Driving while Impaired by Drugs

Greenstone Man Charged for Driving while Impaired by Drugs

GREENSTONE, ON – On June 29, 2017, at 11:12 am, Greenstone Ontario Provicial Police (OPP) received two calls reporting an impaired male in the driver seat of a blue van at the Woodcrest Confectionary located in Longlac, Ontario. As a result of investigating this incident, the driver was [Read more]

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