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UPDATE: OPP asking Wikwemikong First Nation to shelter in place

UPDATE: UPDATE:     An alert has been sent out by the Ontario Provincial Police asking Wikwemikong First Nation to shelter in place. The OPP is investigating a Armed and Dangerous Person in Wikwemikong First Nation and it is asking residents to lock all doors and windows. They're also asking the public to notify them...

Local area snowmobile club wins premier award

A prestigious award wraps up a year of great volunteerism by a local area snowmobile club. The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs held its AGM this weekend and presented the Spanish River Snowmobile Club with the Snowmobile Club of the Year Award. The club received the award recognizing its volunteers and...

Workplace Safety North hosting free mental health training

October is Healthy Workplace Month so Workplace Safety North is hosting a series of sessions throughout the month with a focus on mental health. Elisha Malette, a health and safety specialist with certification from the Canadian Mental Health Association says she will join in with two other colleagues to host...

Elections Canada has no status with boundary change proposals

Northern Ontario’s Chambers of Commerce have sent a letter to Elections Canada pointing out their concerns about possibly eliminating a Northern Ontario riding, but a spokesperson says Elections Canada has no status when it comes to proposed boundary changes. Matthew McKenna of Elections Canada acknowledges the chambers penned a letter...

Espanola community honours its firefighters

There were some tears, plenty of hugs and lots of laughter to celebrate five decades of dedication at the Espanola Volunteer Firefighters Association Awards Night. Held Friday night at the Espanola Legion, the awards were an opportunity to say thank you to Wayne Ashton, who’s retiring holding the rank of...

Canada dropping mask mandate for travel and all other travel restrictions

All COVID-19 travel restrictions will be lifted in Canada on the first of October. The easing of border measures includes the use of the ArriveCan app, which will no longer be necessary to get into the country.  Travellers, regardless of citizenship, will no longer need to provide proof of vaccination,...
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