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Kim Inglis : Major Misconceptions Regarding Exchange-Traded Funds

Kim Inglis : Major Misconceptions Regarding Exchange-Traded Funds

Research and consultancy firm ETFGI reports that globally listed assets of ETFs and exchange-traded products reached a new record high of US$2.55 trillion at the end of May 2014. Canada represents US$63.2 billion of those assets. This remarkable growth has also brought changes. ETFs started out [Read more]

Property Purchase by the Township of Terrace Bay

Property Purchase by the Township of Terrace Bay

TERRACE BAY, ON – Mayor and Council of the Township of Terrace Bay are proud to announce the purchase of a substantial amount of land in our community by the municipality. Over the past two years council, administration and legal counsel have been working hard to secure key pieces of land [Read more]

Grand Opening of Rossport Coastal Trail

ROSSPORT, ON – The Rossport Tourism Association is pleased to announce the Grand Opening of the Rossport Coastal Trail next weekend (July 19th) when they will be unveiling new signage for the project. The 1.5 km trail is easy to find and follows along the shore of Lake Superior from Wardrope [Read more]

Abduction Prank Near Schreiber Leads To Charges

Abduction Prank Near Schreiber Leads To Charges

SCHREIBER, ON – July 10, 2014 at approximately 1:35 p.m. members of the Schreiber Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) received a complaint of a male being abducted at Highway 17, Township of Killraine, West of Schreiber, Ontario. A male who was escorting a second male running [Read more]

ATV CRASH INJURES MALE IN MARATHON

ATV CRASH INJURES MALE IN MARATHON

MARATHON, ON – Thursday June 26, 2014 approximately 07:50pm, officers from the Marathon detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a call regarding a Motor Vehicle Collision (MVC) involving an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) and a motor vehicle. Superior North EMS and Marathon Fire [Read more]

DRIVER CHARGED: OVER LEGAL LIMIT OF ALCOHOL IN MVC CAUSING MAJOR INJURY

DRIVER CHARGED: OVER LEGAL LIMIT OF ALCOHOL IN MVC CAUSING MAJOR INJURY

GREENSTONE, ON – Tuesday July 1st, 2014 at 1:00 am officers from the Greenstone Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were notified of a motor vehicle collision that had occurred in the Greenstone area. The passenger of the vehicle Jordan MOSER a 22 year old male from Uxbridge, [Read more]

Northwest Region Forest Fire Situation Update

Northwest Region Forest Fire Situation Update

As of the afternoon of July 13, there are currently three active fires in the Northwest Region, all of which are being observed. The following fires have been declared out from the evening of July 12 to the morning of July 13: Red Lake District Fire Number 8; Nipigon District Fire Number 13; Sioux [Read more]

“Is CPP disability turning into a tax grab?” MP Carol Hughes

“Is CPP disability turning into a tax grab?” MP Carol Hughes

People who had been denied federal disability benefits were thrown a curve ball as new rules have stripped them of their right to have an appeal in person.   Where in the past individuals were able to meet face to face with an adjudicator, they will no longer be legally entitled to this method of [Read more]

Northeast Region Forest Fire Situation

Northeast Region Forest Fire Situation

New Fires One new fire was reported on July 12. Chapleau 8 is under control at 0.1 hectares (ha) and is located on the southeast edge of Spanish Lake. By the time of this report, one new fire was confirmed in Cochrane. It is being observed at 1.0 ha and will continue to burn until [Read more]

THE MOUNTAINS OF MANITOUWADGE

THE MOUNTAINS OF MANITOUWADGE

By Edgar J. Lavoie (CLICK HERE to visit blog) “I love it when a plan comes together.” Remember that line from Mission: Impossible? The TV action series ran from 1966 to 1973, and the character Jim Phelps usually closed each episode by uttering that line. Things came together for me and my [Read more]

OLOL Class of 2014

OLOL Class of 2014

MANITOUWADGE, ON – Another school year has wrapped up and a new group of students will be beginning their secondary school studies at Manitouwadge High School in the fall.  An important part of Our Lady of Lourdes School celebrating their Grade 8 graduates is the mass and awards [Read more]

OPP OFFICER CHARGED WITH ASSAULT

Domestic Related Incident THUNDER BAY, ON – The North West Region Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Crime Unit has charged an OPP officer as a result of an investigation regarding a domestic related incident. The officer, who is assigned to non-front line duties within North West Region, has been [Read more]

#CrossoverInsider New Releases; Transformers Marathon +MORE!

#CrossoverInsider New Releases; Transformers Marathon +MORE!

TYLER’S INSIDER REVIEW The National Spelling Bee is an event that has seemingly grown in popularity over the years. With national media coverage and a hefty cheque on the line, kids from all across North America dust off their dictionaries in preparation for their chance at victory while [Read more]

MPS Students Participate in Nationwide Effort

MPS Students Participate in Nationwide Effort

  MANITOUWADGE, ON – June 20th, the Manitouwadge Public School Student Council took part in the Great Canadian Shoreline Clean-up, and cleaned up around the Lions’ Beach area.  In an hour these environmentally conscientious girls picked up  over 5 kg of garbage!!  Among the [Read more]

Gas prices are just ridiculous

Gas prices are just ridiculous

Gas prices are just ridiculous It is fitting that gas prices jumped considerably at the same time as the Harper government gave a conditional green light to the Northern Gateway pipeline project. Those two events highlight just how far off course our oil and gas policies have strayed from consumer [Read more]

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