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Modular buildings suggested as temporary shelters for Manitowaning post office, BMO

MANITOWANING—Assiginack council continues to debate work on the aging Manitowaning building that houses the Canada Post Corporation and Bank of Montreal but one thing...

Deforge family takes over helm of Island funeral homes

MANITOULIN—Simpson’s Funeral Home Inc. in Gore Bay and Island Funeral Home in Little Current have been under one ownership for a few of years...

Wiikwemkoong High School to host career fair

WIIKWEMKOONG—Students at Wiikwemkoong High School will be able to consider what their career choices may be and what is available to them for a...

Robinson Huron Treaty annuities case adjourns for two weeks for mediation

Treaty territory leadership, province, Canada will meet BATCHEWANA FIRST NATION—As hoped for and anticipated by representatives of the Robinson Huron Treaty Litigation Fund (RHLTF), stage...

Manitoulin OPP releases Festive RIDE statistics

The Manitoulin detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) conducted 103 reduce impaired driving everywhere (RIDE) events during the Festive RIDE campaign, which ran...

Jordan Chandler rink seeks North’s berth at Brier

Manitoulin team heads for playdowns in Kenora next week MANITOULIN—Island curler Jordan Chandler is hopeful the rink he is on, which includes his brother Kyle...

Recipes from Rose’s Kitchen

It is decision time. I have been sitting on the fence for way to long and have a numb bum trying to decide if...

Manitoulin Planning Board told its wetlands mapping incomplete

GORE BAY—With concerns raised that its Natural Heritage System Strategy is not all encompassing and needs more work, especially to include all wetlands on...

Neighbouring municipalities will get ask from Central to receive their garbage

While Central Manitoulin seeks custom solution CENTRAL MANITOULIN—Faced with a looming deadline to close their only remaining landfill site and rising costs to ship waste...

A blooming good cause

On December 22, 2022, Grass Roots Garden Club president Jean Narozanski, right, presents a cheque to Nikki Thompson, food security program supervisor for Manitoulin...

MSS students will take ‘Something Rotten’ to the musical stage in March

M’CHIGEENG—If comedic relief is what you are craving Manitoulin Secondary School (MSS) theatre will help fill that bill with its Broadway musical comedy ‘Something...

Sheshegwaning F.N. seeks first response team after Espanola child’s life saved by Birch Island...

SHESHEGWANING FIRST NATION—In order to get the first response team up and running again and to provide training to local residents on what to...