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The Friday briefing: Top National news at-a-glance

Highlights from the National News File for Friday, Feb. 24th: CONSERVATIVE CONFERENCE HEARS FROM POPULISTS: Conservatives gathered in Ottawa for the annual Manning conference heard...

Black Bears make Surprise Visit to the Superior Media Studios.

Quelle Surprise! We had some excitement on the grounds of the Saultonline - MyAlgoma - ONNtv studios tonight. Earlier this evening, a mama bear and her...

Current Water Level Conditions in the Lake Superior and Lake Michigan-Huron basins

The International Lake Superior Board of Control. Conditions in the Lake Superior and Lake Michigan-Huron basins were near average last month and the seasonal water...

“What the people of Ontario need right now is a leadership with a team...

Frequent readers of this column well know how much I value holding regular constituency clinics in communities across the riding. Having the opportunity to...

Northern Ontario Tourism Summit Returns to Sault

Destination Northern Ontario (DNO), in partnership with Nature and Outdoor Tourism Ontario (NOTO), are pleased to invite operators, tourism organizations, municipalities, all levels of...

Batchewana First Nation Contributes Funds to Repair Whitman Dam Road

Batchewana First Nation ON - Recently, Batchewana First Nation financially assisted a local non-profit group to help repair the Whitman Dam Road. In March of...
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Free Tree Planting Workshops for Ontario Landowners

Forests Ontario Encourages Landowners to Reforest their Properties Forests Ontario wants landowners to consider the benefits of large-scale tree planting. The non-profit organization will be...
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Fire ban in place for Huron Shores

Due to the current dry conditions, the Huron Shores Fire Department has imposed a fire ban effective immediately and until further notice. All Open Air...
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Fort McMurray firefighters lose their own homes

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. - When several firefighters learned their own homes had burned to the ground in Fort McMurray, they didn't drop their hoses...

Global wildlife populations dropped by 60 per cent in 40 years: WWF

TORONTO — The World Wildlife Fund says Canadian wildlife are not exempt from what it describes as a "global biodiversity crisis" that is devastating worldwide animal...