Steve Paikin heads up Kagawong panel on provincial politics

KAGAWONG—Steve Paikin is a familiar face to fans of TVO’s award winning current affairs program The Agenda, but he is also an accomplished author...

Jack White rink wins annual Gore Bay curling bonspiel

  GORE BAY—The Jack White rink won the annual Gore Bay curling club men’s bonspiel, held this past weekend. The Jack White rink included Dave McDermid,...

Gore Bay Harbour Days offers fun in the sun all weekend long

GORE BAY—Gore Bay Harbour Days is finally upon us this weekend—Friday, July 22 to Sunday, July 24—with fun activities for the entire family. The fun...

OPP confirms Mindemoya skull is human

MINDEMOYA--On Tuesday, May 3, members of the Manitoulin Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a report of found human remains in...

Canada Votes 2015 – the candidates’ positions on the advantages and disadvantages of...

Continuing this week, The Expositor is posing another weekly question to each candidate in the Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing riding and publishing their responses in our newspaper....

Billings asked to consider funding application for multi-purpose facility

KAGAWONG - It is a case of not being the right time for Billings Township to look at planning and funding (options)...

Judy Martin family collection show starts Friday at Little Current library

LITTLE CURRENT—The Northeast Town Public Library in Little Current is pleased to show the private family collection of Judy Martin titled ‘Family Paintings’ from...

Kagawong residents come together to celebrate ‘ green living ’

KAGAWONG—Ideal spring weather conditions and community spirit made the perfect combination for a day of clean up, socializing and educational presentations. In past years members...

Alzheimer Society promotes the benefits of early diagnosis during national awareness month

CANADA—The Alzheimer Society of Canada is promoting the benefits of early diagnosis during national Alzheimer Awareness Month, citing that as many as 50 percent...

First Nations citizens approve Anishinabek Educational System

NORTH BAY—There was jubilation, along with some relief, following the news that the Anishinabek Education System ratification vote had surpassed the 25 percent plus...

Writings on the Wall

Aanii, welcome back to another week of reading Writings on the Wall! Our Warriors recently had their 15th annual athletics banquet on June 3!...

Rezoning bylaw passed for severed Wagg’s Wood property by council

CENTRAL MANITOULIN—Proponents and opponents of the severance and rezoning of a parcel of land from the property known as Wagg’s Wood squared off in...