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Big day for hundreds of French students today

More than 1,200 students from Grade 4 to Grade 8 are taking part in a special St-Jean Baptiste concert today. Students from 20 Greater Sudbury and Espanola schools will gather at Bell Park’s Grace Hartman Amphitheatre for a St-Jean Baptiste concert featuring the Francophone artist LeFLOFRANCO. The concert is presented jointly by the...

Person charged after search warrant executed

East Algoma OPP has made an arrest after a series of thefts in the North Shore area. Constable Phil Young says on Tuesday police executed a search warrant on a residence on Wagoosh Lake Road in the Township of the North Shore. They also charged the resident in connection to a business...

Heat warning issued for our area

Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for our area, with a two-day heat event beginning Thursday.   The weather agency says daytime high temperatures are expected to be near 30 degrees Celsius today through Friday.   Overnight temperatures Thursday night are expected to be in the high teens, providing little relief...

Hughes Calls for fair bargaining for First Nations Policing

Carol Hughes, MP for Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing, spoke in the House of Commons this week, to ask the feds to restore funding to three First Nations Police Services who have had their funding cut by the federal government. She says as of March 31st, funding has stopped flowing to Treaty Three, Anishinabek, and the...

That’s a lot of lobster …

After selling 450 pounds of lobster and 180 pounds of prime rib to 400 happy Lobsterfest customers and volunteers the organizing committee is thrilled to have raised just over $13,000 for the Espanola Curling Club. Key organizer David Gallant says $12,000 will go towards the club’s Rock Replacement Program with...

Final Strategic Plan for Espanola nears completion

Since January, The Town of Espanola has been undertaking the preparation of a Strategic Plan to chart its course for the term of Council and beyond. Town Clerk Joseph Burke says in September of 2022, the town issued a request for proposals for services related to the development of a new strategic plan awarding...
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