M’Chigeeng artist honours MMIWG in Sudbury

Friendship centre unveils new One Kwe sculpture on Red Dress Day SUDBURY—Kathryn Corbiere stood and watched, just another face amongst the crowd in Sudbury. A...

Update on Mindemoya emergency and chemotherapy department

MINDEMOYA - The renovation and expansion at the Mindemoya Emergency Department is progressing. With the ongoing supply chain issues, as a result of the COVID-19...

Council donates St. Peter’s Anglican church property to seniors hall group

SHEGUIANDAH—Less than 12 hours after a motion was carried by Northeast Town council to donate the historic St. Peter’s Anglican Church property on Townline...

Manitoulin powwows slated to return in 2022

MNIDOO MNISING—The first inklings that some of the Island’s most popular summer events are going to return in 2022 are starting to appear. Wikwemikong...

Donated wishing well to adorn Manitowaning waterfront

MANITOWANING—A Manitowaning business has donated a ‘wishing well’ to the Township of Assiginack that will not only be an attraction to the community but,...

Inflatable waterpark coming to Gore Bay

GORE BAY—This should be entertaining, for both participants and observers! Splash N Go Adventure Parks Limited will be setting up a very large, inflatable...

Domtar sells large portion of boreal forest holdings to Nature Conservancy of Canada

ONTARIO—Domtar, operator of Espanola’s primary employer at its mill there, has sold a large portion of its boreal forest holdings near Hearst to the...

Fallen Manitoulin constable honoured at Ontario Police Memorial

TORONTO—Hundreds of police officers from across the country gathered in Toronto on Sunday, May 1 to honour those officers who have fallen in the...

Michael Caesar pens poetry publication

OTTAWA—Words are Michael Caesar’s stock in trade. A former journalist and editor, for years now Mr. Caesar, who hails from Little Current, has wielded...

Manitoulin Secondary robotics team looks to host conference this summer

MANITOULIN—While she didn’t win the World Championship Dean’s List Award, after having won the Dean’s List Award at the First Robotics provincial championship, Manitoulin...

Human trafficking affects people across communities, cultures and countries

MANITOULIN—One of the biggest myths and misconceptions that remains regarding human trafficking is that it doesn’t happen here on Manitoulin Island. ‘Myths and misconceptions’...

Expositor wins 10 awards at Better Newspapers Competition

TORONTO—While The Manitoulin Expositor is no stranger to the Ontario Community Newspapers Association (OCNA) Betters Newspapers Competition podium, 2021 was definitely a banner year...