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ÉSC La Renaissance students transfer 18,000 speckled trout into a new home

Since the launch of the Specialist High Skills Major in Environment at École secondaire catholique La Renaissance in Espanola last fall, students have been raising thousands of fish fry for release into local waterways. Principal Jennifer Bernard says this latest initiative includes the daily growth of speckled trout eggs, maintaining...

New student trustees named by Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon

Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon says two new student trustees have been elected for the coming new school year. Suzanne Salituri, President of the CSC Nouvelon says Mélanie Denis-Plante, a grade 11 student at École secondaire catholique l’Horizon in Val Caron will succeed Zackary Vaillancourt as student trustee for the District...

Espanola Snowmobile Club honours past groomers

The Espanola Snowmobile Club held a gathering earlier this week to open its new rest area and to honour two past volunteer groomers. The late Alger Boucher and the late Ed Land were both long-time volunteers with the club and spent many hours grooming the trails within the club’s jurisdiction. The...

Paper Kings hold off Voodoos

Only one game in the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League last night. The Espanola Paper Kings edged the Powassan Voodoos 4-2 at the Powassan Sportsplex on Wednesday evening. The Paper Kings took advantage of an early 5 on 3 power play when Owen Fergusson banged home a puck that bounced off...

Espanola PRIDE preparing for second year

With the successes of the inaugural PRIDE celebrations in Espanola last year, plans are being made to host another weekend of inclusivity. Local PRIDE committee spokesperson, Aya Dufour, made a presentation to Espanola council last night outlining the successes of last year stating over 600 people took in the various...

In the Pink Today

Hopefully you are in the pink today with it being Pink Shirt Day throughout the country. Local area schools and businesses are marking the day by wearing pink shirts to spread the message bullying is not acceptable and will not be tolerated. In 2007, Berwick Nova Scotia, after a new student...
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