Good morning everyone! It's Thursday, February 11th, 2016. SCHOOL BUS NOTICES : Thursday February 11th, 2016 at 06:50 am. Manitouwadge bus to Marathon is cancelled. Both in town Manitouwadge buses are cancelled due to extreme cold. Schools remain open. There are NO other bus notices in the Northshore, Greenstone, Algoma and Huron-Superior these buses as regularly scheduled. -----------At time of bus cancellation in Manitouwadge it was -41 and -51 with wind chill and it is still EXTREMELY COLD outside, ---------------------------------------------------------please take care! Remember pets should not be left out in extreme cold temperatures either.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Highway 11/17 Update: #Nipigon #Hwy11/17 Nipigon River Bridge, at Nipigon, remains reduced to one lane;Click here to view recent info from @511ONNorthwest --------------------------------------------------------Weekday mornings [Monday-Friday] this ticker shares notices of delays/cancellations for schools buses on the Northshore/Greenstone AND Algoma/Huron-Superior as a service to readers._________________Start your day fully informed by visiting www.OntarioNewsNorth.com each morning; area road closures/weather warnings/school bus updates posted mornings from 6am - 8:20am______________________________________________________________________________Please use caution when driving and make necessary adjustments for road conditions.-----------------------------------------------What's happening in your community? Click for the community calendar to view [or add] events! _________________________________________________________________________To advertise on www.OntarioNewsNorth.com, email Editor@OntarioNewsNorth.com or call 807.826.4745, one ad will reach potential customers or clients in communities across the Northshore and Greenstone!

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Premier’s Statement on the Independent Advisory Board on Senate Appointments

Premier’s Statement on the Independent Advisory Board on Senate Appointments

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne released the following statement on the selection of Ontario’s representatives to the Independent Advisory Board on Senate Appointments: “Today the federal government announced the members of its new Independent Advisory Board on Senate Appointments. I [Read more]

Grade 1/2 Class Introduced To Golf

Grade 1/2 Class Introduced To Golf

SCHREIBER, ON – Holy Angels grade 1/2 class is thankful for the schools new purchase of mini putt equipment to help assist in our learning to become future golfers at the Terrace Bay Golf course. [Read more]

NDP Deputy Leader’s motion to end “carding” passes in Legislature

NDP Deputy Leader’s motion to end “carding” passes in Legislature

QUEEN’S PARK, ON – Today, NDP Deputy Leader Jagmeet Singh’s motion to stop arbitrary and discriminatory police street checks, or “carding”, in Ontario passed in the Legislature. “Arbitrary or discriminatory carding has deeply impacted communities across Ontario. Community activists and [Read more]

Fall’s hottest accessory

Fall’s hottest accessory

As you pulled your fall coat out of storage, did you stop and think to yourself, “maybe this needs a little something extra”? The pink ribbon is an internationally recognized symbol in the fight against breast cancer. This October, make a statement that tells the world that you care [Read more]

Participez à la création de la première stratégie ontarienne de la culture

Participez à la création de la première stratégie ontarienne de la culture

Le gouvernement engage des discussions « Parlons culture » aux quatre coins de la province Le gouvernement invite les habitants de toutes les régions de la province à participer à l’élaboration de sa première stratégie de la culture, qui établira une vision en matière d’arts [Read more]

MPP Michael Mantha’s News from the Park

MPP Michael Mantha’s News from the Park

  I have had an excellent summer touring Algoma-Manitoulin and attending many community events.  Many of our communities continue to out-do themselves with fun music festivals, Pow-Wow’s, fishing derbies, parades and wonderful farmers markets. My family and I always enjoy spending our [Read more]

Food Recall Warning Expands To Include Products At Northshore Grocers

Food Recall Warning Expands To Include Products At Northshore Grocers

Source: Canada Food Inspection Agency Food Recall Warning – Field cucumbers and any in-store produced products that contain field cucumbers purchased from various retail locations recalled due to Salmonella OTTAWA, ON – Industry is recalling field cucumbers and any in-store produced [Read more]

MPP Michael Mantha’s News from the Park

MPP Michael Mantha’s News from the Park

Last week (Click to read last week’s column) we touched on an important Bill that New Democrats introduced titled Empowering Homecare Patients Act, 2015. This bill speaks to homecare recipients and their families across Ontario.  New Democrats also introduced Bill 87 Long-Term Care Homes [Read more]

Northeast Fire Region Forest Fire Situation Update

Northeast Fire Region Forest Fire Situation Update

There were no fires reported on July 18. Current as of June 19, Cochrane 6 continues to be the region’s only active fire. The forest fire hazard ranges from low to high throughout the region. The areas of greatest concern include the centre and far north of the region. Out of Province Ontario [Read more]

Les études sur les lacs soutiennent la gestion des pêches dans le Nord-Est

Les études sur les lacs soutiennent la gestion des pêches dans le Nord-Est

NORD-EST, ON – Cet été, les équipes des pêches du ministère des Richesses naturelles et des Forêts mèneront des études sur certains lacs de l’Ontario. Ils y surveilleront les populations de poissons, prendront des échantillons d’eau et chercheront à détecter les espèces [Read more]

New Resource to Improve Employment Opps for People with Developmental Disabilities

New Resource to Improve Employment Opps for People with Developmental Disabilities

Province Supporting Local Employers and Community Agencies Ontario is helping more people with developmental disabilities find and keep jobs in the community.The province is contributing $800,000 to help create a new Centre of Excellence for Employment Services. The new centre, which will be run by [Read more]

First Nations Rally in Pic Mobert Against Nuclear Waste

First Nations Rally in Pic Mobert Against Nuclear Waste

PIC MOBERT FIRST NATION – “Today I had the honour and privilege to speak at a rally with a number of great speakers, leaders and community activists. The message was: NO TO NUCLEAR WASTE in their treaty, traditional lands,” stated Serpent River Chief Isadore Day. “As First Nations, we do [Read more]

Attention aux ours ce printemps

Attention aux ours ce printemps

Les ours sortent de leur hibernation; l’Ontario et la PPO rappellent à la population d’être prudente L’Ontario et la Police provinciale de l’Ontario rappellent à la population de prendre de simples précautions ce printemps pour éviter d’attirer les ours qui sortent de [Read more]

Local Driver Charged With Impaired Driving

Local Driver Charged With Impaired Driving

WAWA, ON – During the early hours of April 3, 2015, members of the Superior East Wawa Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a traffic complaint in the town of Wawa regarding a possible impaired driver. At approximately 7:48 am, while on general patrols officers observed [Read more]

Mantha’s News from the Park : Hydro Costs

Mantha’s News from the Park : Hydro Costs

Day after day, week after week, without a doubt the number one concern raised in our offices is the skyrocketing cost of hydro.  Absolutely nothing has been done since this Liberal government was given a majority mandate to alleviate the crippling costs of hydro on hardworking families across this [Read more]

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