Border agreement may not benefit LTL trucking industry, says Manitoulin official

Tom Sasvari The Recorder GORE BAY—The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) is hailing the recent Canada-US border agreement by Prime Minister Stephen Harper and President Barack Obama...

No nuke waste in our backyard, says Grand Council Chief Madahbee

The Recorder NIPISSING FIRST NATION—Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee says that First Nations in the Anishinabek Nation Territory have been opposed to nuclear...

Lake Huron gives up last civilization on undersea Goderich to Alpena ridge

by Stacey Lavallie LAKE HURON—Roughly 10,000 years ago, a narrow ridge between what is now Alpena, Michigan, and Amberley, near Goderich, split Lake Huron into...

S.S. Norisle cleanup means historic ship one step closer to dry dock, refit and...

by Robin Burridge MANITOWANING—After months of work, phase one of the S.S. Norisle refit is almost complete. With assistance from the federal Job Creation Program (JCP),...

Little Current veterans relive Gore Bay rivalries

EDITOR’S NOTE: After the success of the Sheguiandah Bears Senior Hockey Team reunion this fall and the many stories regarding the league that came...

Revisiting wind turbine building permit rates split Northeast Council

by Robin Burridge LITTLE CURRENT— It was the third time the topic had been on the agenda for discussion and as with the previous council meetings,...

Residents honour veterans in fitting Christmas tribute

Tom Sasvari The Recorder GORDON—A new and very fitting Christmas tradition has been started by a group of people to honour veterans each year at the...

Vets’ remains cared for in dignified manner, says official

Tom Sasvari The Recorder MANITOWANING—While the president of the War Pensioners of Canada (WPC) is vowing to make sure the remains of Canadian veterans are taken...

Abattoir construction work begins

Tom Sasvari The Recorder PROVIDENCE BAY—Work has now begun on the new Manitoulin Island Community Abattoir (MICA). “Yes, the work has started,” said Birgit Martin, chair of...

Island cormorants free of disease, study shows

Tom Sasvari The Recorder EVANSVILLE—Preliminary data indicates that no birds have tested positive for active Newcastle disease or avian influenza infections. This after a collection of...

Firefighters rescue stranded fawn

by Robin Burridge photos by Dianne Musgrove LITTLE CURRENT—The Northeast Town firefighters were in the holiday spirit when they saved a young fawn that was stranded...

Long-lasting pain in store for victims of bullies

by Stacey Lavallie EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the fourth article in a multi-part series examining teen bullying in Manitoulin High schools. This week, The Expositor...