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Artists sought for unique project in Elliot Lake

The Arts & Culture Advisory Committee of the City of Elliot Lake is calling artists of all ages to submit designs based on a Woodlands theme for unique set of panels. Committee spokesperson Prisca Campbell says Woodlands is open to multiple interpretations - natural resources, four seasons, wildlife, history, and...

Manitoulin Health Centre implements the One Health Information Technology Service

Manitoulin Health Centre implements the One Health Information Technology Service All hospital-related patient information will now be integrated into one system, linking the two hospitals, overseen by the Manitoulin Health Centre, one in Little Current, the other in Mindemoya, with 23 other Northeastern Ontario hospitals. Clinical Transformation Manager, James Watson, says...

East Algoma lays assault charge against Elliot Lake man

East Algoma OPP has arrested one man and is looking for another in connection to an assault that took place late last week. Constable Phil Young says around 12:15 pm last Thursday, police responded to an assault on Tokyo Crescent in Elliot Lake. He says the complainant reported two men they...

MANTHA: VIEW FROM THE PARK: “Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!”

Readers may have to search their childhood memories to recall this movie quotation. It is a line from the 1939 classic children’s movie The Wizard of Oz. The line comes from the scene where Dorothy, Lion, Scarecrow, and Tin Man have an audience with the powerful-looking, giant floating head....

HUGHES: VIEW FROM THE HILL: Health Care Privatization Must Be Stopped

Canada’s treasured public health care system is feeling particularly strained right now. Hospitals are overcrowded, surgical wait lists are long, ERs have closed their doors due to wait times, and staffing levels aren’t keeping up with the necessary demand, with Bernie Robinson, Interim President of the Ontario Nurses’ Association...

The Angel Bus needs funds over the next 24 hours

The Angel Bus Committee has to raise $30,000 over the next 24 hours to lock in the purchase of a new vehicle to provide medical transportation to those in need at the west end of Manitoulin Island. Angel Bus Committee Chair Sandy Cook says the cost of the wheelchair-accessible vehicle...
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