Home News Local Canada Day pride far and wide on Manitoulin Island There were many participants in the Little Current 4elements bike decorating contest and parade in Little Current. Five-year-old Nathan Allen and Orland Carter, 9, were the grand prize winners. NewsLocal Canada Day pride far and wide on Manitoulin Island By Expositor Staff - July 8, 2015 Facebook Twitter ReddIt Email Print 1 of 33 Natasha McGaughey and Grace Duncanson work on decorating a Blandings turtle wire sculpture with yarn. Kimia and Sophie Bhanji were princesses for the day trying on crowns with Miss Manitoulin 2014 Katie Harper. Kevin Closs performs at the cenotaph in Little Current. The lineup was down the street to sample the new Manitoulin Brewing Company’s Swing Bridge Blond Ale at The Expositor office in Little Current on Canada Day. Samantha Chisholm with Daisy, Avery Barnes with Calie and Macena Barnes with Brelynn were all dressed up for the Little Current dog show. This sinking cardboard boat at the Assiginack Canada Day activities proves that you can always have fun in the sun. It was a race to the finish line at Assiginack’s cardboard race event. Margaret Cranston of McDermid Street in Providence Bay did an amazing job of decorating her yard for Canada Day. Ms. Cranston won first prize in the Providence Bay-Spring Bay Lions Club best decorated yard contest. photo by Betty Bardswich This young man shows his Canada Day pride at Gore Bay’s 125th Canada Day celebration. The Gore Bear was a children’s favourite at the Gore Bay festivites.