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MHC Auxiliary News

A number of members joined in the March 25 meeting by teleconference. It’s a unique experience and is quite effective in helping the auxiliary...

Northeast Town Council Notes

McLay Subdivision extension Council received a request from Doug McLay, asking for a two-year extension on meeting the needs of approval for his 19-lot Red...

House Call with Carol Hughes

Consumers hit as costs go up The ship that was stuck in the Suez Canal for almost a week did more than captivate social media....

Northeast Town Council Notes

March 30 Water/sewer rates passed Council held a public meeting on the 2021 water and sewer rates for Little Current and Sheguiandah. As was reported previously, residents...

House Call with Carol Hughes

Take profits out of long-term care to ensure care is the first consideration The pandemic has shown Canadians there is a cost for under investment...

MSS Kids in the Hall, March 31-21

Over two weeks of online learning have come and gone. That may feel like it has been an eternity for some, or it may...

House Call with Carol Hughes

Where is the competition in Canada’s telecom sector? The internet is always a concern in Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing where the challenges range from connectivity to cost and...

House Call with Carol Hughes

Changing the Elections Act for the pandemic In a minority parliament there will always be speculation on how the next election will be triggered. Scenarios...

Garden Thymes

Peggy Brown  Our Western Manitoulin Community Garden (WMCG) members are dreaming and looking forward to the coming of spring. We reviewed our WMCG five-year plan. Year...

Assiginack Council Notes

Support for Larder Lakes Council passed a resolution of support for the Township of Larder Lakes resolution expressing concerns over the comprehensive insurance premium increases being...

Assiginack Public Library Feature

There are a lot of people who are becoming interested in renewable energy sources and opportunities. Author William H. Kemp’s book, ‘The Renewable Energy...

MSS Kids in the Halls

by Rachael Orford There seems to be a little bit of déjà vu happening lately. Last Thursday, March 11, it was announced that all students...