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Invitation to Remembrance Day Parade & Service

Invitation to Remembrance Day Parade & Service

You are invited to join the F. (Evan) Hill Legion Branch 242 in their Remembrance Day service on Saturday, November 11, 2016. The parade will line-up at 10:15 a.m. at KG’s and proceed to the cenotaph.  After a brief pause to place a memorial wreath, the procession will continue to the [Read more]

Manitouwadge Public School Remembers

Manitouwadge Public School Remembers

MANITOUWADGE, ON – Manitouwadge Public School students and staff were honoured to be part of the Remembrance Day ceremony November 11th.  As in years past, they took part tp show their respect to the many fallen soldiers who so selflessly gave up their lives for us,  as well as to all those [Read more]

Mantha’s News from the Park

Mantha’s News from the Park

This week marked another constituency week where I had the opportunity to tour many communities in the riding and host clinics to assist constituents. I always enjoy coming home and reconnecting with people and hearing your concerns. People across Algoma-Manitoulin continue to raise concerns over [Read more]

Manitouwadge Remembers

Manitouwadge Remembers

MANITOUWADGE, ON – Tuesday, November 11th Royal Canadian Legion Branch 242 Sergeant at Arms Ray Gascon led a colour guard including Manitouwadge Fire Chief Owen Cranney and legionnaires, William (Bill) Warren, Cynthia Warren, and Excelda Cormie in the annual Remembrance Day Parade. In [Read more]

Terrace Bay Residents Remember

Terrace Bay Residents Remember

TERRACE BAY, ON – Township of Terrace Bay shared photos Tuesday, via their Facebook page, of the great turnout for their Remembrance Day ceremony at the municipality’s cenotaph.  Cold weather did nothing to deter a large group of residents to join municipal staff, council and local [Read more]

News from the Park : Aboriginal & Senior Award Recipents

News from the Park : Aboriginal & Senior Award Recipents

This week Liberal and PC Members voted together to ensure that they could sell off public assets whenever they please. New Democrats moved an Opposition Day Motion which would protect public assets and stop any political party from a fire sale of public assets. This is the economical equivalent of [Read more]

Remembrance Day in Manitouwadge – Reader Photos

Remembrance Day in Manitouwadge – Reader Photos

Thank you to OntarioNewsNorth.com reader Kiersten Gascon for submitting these great photos from Remembrance Day. To read the full stor/photos from OntarioNewsNorth.com of the parade/ceremony and supper the evening prior, CLICK HERE. [Read more]

Premier McGuinty Joins Ceremony of Remembrance at Queen’s Park

Premier McGuinty Joins Ceremony of Remembrance at Queen’s Park

Ontarians Gather To Honour Veterans QUEEN’S PARK, ON – Ontarians honoured Canada’s fallen heroes during a Ceremony of Remembrance at the Queen’s Park Veterans’ memorial yesterday. Premier Dalton McGuinty, Brigadier-General Omer Lavoie, Major-General Richard Rohmer [Read more]

Remembrance Day in Terrace Bay

Remembrance Day in Terrace Bay

TERRACE BAY, ON – Approximately 150 residents participated in the Remembrance Day Ceremony in Terrace Bay yesterday.  The event, organized by the Municipality and its community partners, was held at the Cenotaph area on Highway 17 in Terrace Bay. [Read more]

Terrace Bay Public School Sings

Terrace Bay Public School Sings

TERRACE BAY, ON – Councillor Jody Davis and Treasurer Stan Spadoni recently attended a private preformance at Terrace Bay Public School.  Mr. Pragers Grade 6, 7, 8 students worked with professional composer David Archibald to create two songs in honour of Remembrance Day and the [Read more]

Legionnaires recognized for their service

Legionnaires recognized for their service

  Legion Remembrance Supper by Karina Hunter   Pictured are the Legionnaires who received service pins (recognizing between 25 and 45 years of service) during the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 242’s Annual Remembrance Supper in Manitouwadge November 10th. In attendance at the special evening [Read more]

Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day

   A day to remember by Karina Hunter Wednesday, November 11th Manitouwadge residents came out in record numbers to honour the men and women who have given their lives as well as those who continue to serve our country at home and abroad to protect the rights and freedoms we can sometimes take [Read more]

Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day

Cover of DLTK’s “In Flander’s Fields” mini book, click to visit site and print all the pages & instructios. Here is a great activity for elementary school kids based on the poem “In Flander’s Feilds” you can print in colour or as a colouring book. As [Read more]

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