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Terrace Bay Talks Recycling

Terrace Bay Talks Recycling

TERRACE BAY, ON – The Township of Terrace Bay held a public forum June 17th to discuss changes to its garbage collection as well as the introduction of a recycling program.  Approximately 80 people were in attendance to listen and ask questions of municipal staff and council.  Mayor Jody [Read more]

Nipigon Withdraws from Nuclear Waste Burial Study

SUBMITTED BY:  NORTHWATCH NIPIGON, ON -The Township of Nipigon has withdrawn from the nuclear industry’s investigation of multiple communities as potential nuclear waste burial sites. The municipality was one of ten in northern Ontario remaining in the process. An additional 3 communities in [Read more]

NIPIGON OPP CHARGE DRIVER WITH OVER 80

NIPIGON OPP CHARGE DRIVER WITH OVER 80

NIPIGON, ON – June 5, 2014 at approximately 10:38 am on Highway 11-17 at the Township of Lyon, Nipigon OPP stopped a 2007 Dodge truck for traveling in excess of 130 km / hr.  Upon speaking with the driver, the officer detected an odour of alcohol emitting from the driver’s breath. A Breath [Read more]

#CrossoverInsider : 11 New Release Trailers, Legos & Something New From EA Sports!

#CrossoverInsider : 11 New Release Trailers, Legos & Something New From EA Sports!

TYLER’S WEEKLY INSIDER There haven’t been many family-friendly, animated, full-length features which  have been successful in regards to entertaining kids and adults equally but this week we have on of these precious gems and to make the situation more impressive yet why not throw in the [Read more]

Manitouwadge Residents Hosed By Students Needing Funds?

Manitouwadge Residents Hosed By Students Needing Funds?

MANITOUWADGE, ON – Monday, July 16th students on the Manitouwadge High School Graduation Committee, supervised by teacher and parent volunteers, hosted a car wash fundraiser in the school parking lot. With sunny skies in their favour, the hardworking soon-to-be graduates, washed vehicles [Read more]

Fight to Stop Pipelines Launched by Predictable Cabinet Decision Says Hyer

Fight to Stop Pipelines Launched by Predictable Cabinet Decision Says Hyer

Predictable cabinet decision on Enbridge project launches the fight to stop pipelines, tankers on the BC Coast OTTAWA, ON – Today’s unsurprising federal Cabinet decision to approve Enbridge’s pipeline proposal means that the fight to stop this risky project is just beginning. Today [Read more]

Tween Club Continues to Grow at Red Rock Public Library

Tween Club Continues to Grow at Red Rock Public Library

RED ROCK, ON – Popularity of the Red Rock Public Library’s Tween Club which began in May continues to grow as new friends visit Tuesdays from 3:30 – 4:30pm for crafting and socialization (and of course a heap of giggles!).The 6 week program is sponsored by the “Friends of [Read more]

St. Hilary Students Celebrate Communion, Reconciliation & Confirmation

St. Hilary Students Celebrate Communion, Reconciliation & Confirmation

ST. HILARY SCHOOL CELEBRATES FIRST COMMUNION RED ROCK, ON – Julia Sands and Ashley Sheriff celebrated their First Reconciliation and First Communion on Sunday May 25th at the St. Hilary Church surrounded by family, friends who support the girls as they continue growing in their faith. A [Read more]

Security threats are everywhere for this suspicious government

Security threats are everywhere for this suspicious government

Somewhere along the line Canada has slipped into the plot of a George Orwell novel and it is becoming more difficult to fight back. People will be less inclined to attend peaceful protests if they are guaranteed to be placed on a list of suspects by the government. The new legislation aimed at [Read more]

Manitouwadge Youth Soccer (Incl. Photos & Video)

Manitouwadge Youth Soccer (Incl. Photos & Video)

MANITOUWADGE, ON – The municipality’s minor soccer program has finally begun, delayed by heavy rainfall cancelling nearly 2 weeks of games (raining on game day, sunny day after that Mother Nature was not onside!).  Parents are taking advantage of warm weather finally arriving to come [Read more]

Grand Chief Stan Louttit Passes Ad Astra

Grand Chief Stan Louttit Passes Ad Astra

MONTREAL, PQ – The management of KWG Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:KWG) mourns the death yesterday of Stan Louttit, elected Grand Chief of the Mushkegowuk, the Cree of the James Bay Lowlands. It was our privilege to have become befriended by Stan Louttit, in the course of our engagement with [Read more]

Industrial Road Updates From Province/Municipality + Andrew Foulds “not familiar” w/Ind.Rd

Industrial Road Updates From Province/Municipality + Andrew Foulds “not familiar” w/Ind.Rd

NORTHWESTERN, ON – The Industrial Rd, a.k.a. Hwy 625 or Caramat Road, has been the subject of much lobbying, debate and buck passing since the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources quietly ended it’s maintenance of the Road in Spring of 2013 eventually resulting in the road becoming [Read more]

War Amps Helps Local Champ “Dive” Into Her Favourite Activity

War Amps Helps Local Champ “Dive” Into Her Favourite Activity

Addisyn in the pool with her new swim leg. Submitted photo. GERALDTON, ON – Being a left leg amputee hasn’t stopped Addisyn Franceschini, 7, of Geraldton, from living a full and active life. In fact, she can do everything everyone else can do, sometimes with the help of a special device. With [Read more]

OntarioNewsNorth.com Proud To Support Schreiber Canada Day Celebrations

OntarioNewsNorth.com Proud To Support Schreiber Canada Day Celebrations

eSCHREIBER, ON – The Township of Schreiber and the Schreiber Railway Museum have announced that they will be hosting a Canada Day Celebration at the museum grounds from 11am – 2pm (July 1st of course!). There will be plenty to enjoy for individuals and families including: Recreation [Read more]

Township of Terrace Bay 2014 Budget Newsletter

Township of Terrace Bay 2014 Budget Newsletter

As most residents are aware, 2014 has been an incredibly challenging budget year for Terrace Bay. The reassessment of the Mill resulted in an approximate 16% loss in tax revenues while the community endured one of the toughest winters in 20 years. This is the 3rd major reassessment that the mill [Read more]

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