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Wednesday, January 27, 2021
LSSU

Ground Broken on Premier Great Lakes Research and Education Centre

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Officials and guests turn the first layer of dirt on Lake Superior State University’s $13.2-million Center for Freshwater Research and Education (CFRE) on July...
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John Vanthof Responds to Ford’s Throne Speech

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NDP MPP John Vanthof said that Doug Ford’s Throne Speech on Thursday left out northern and rural communities from his government’s plans. “While northern and...

National Ballet of Canada Performs for Algoma Fall Festival

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The Algoma Arts Festival Association is pleased to announce that joining the celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the first  box car trip to...
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Northern internet woes magnified by pandemic

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Now we have arrived at a point where we are leaning on this technology to maintain productivity.  Spotty and expensive internet service, which I...

Hughes Praises Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing’s Pandemic Response

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Ottawa – People in Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing are stepping up to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic in their usual, can-do style according to MP, Carol Hughes who...
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Failing to make health care accessible

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People in Algoma-Manitoulin know that when they experience difficulty navigating the tangles of various provincial ministries and agencies, that my office is here to...

It Was a Good Day for a Bridge Walk

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Participation numbers were high at the 32nd annual International Bridge Walk on Saturday morning. Despite the on-going tensions between Canada and the US, about 1100...

Sault Blues community jams with MonkeyJunk (19 photos)

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MonkeyJunk hit the stage at the Verdi Hall (Bridge View) in the Sault last night. It was a sold out show - 220 people -...

Chief Jason Gauthier Speaks About Newly Designated Land

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Chief of Missanabie Cree First Nation, Jason Gauthier, came into the ONNtv Studio to elaborate on the exciting news for his community. After 112...

Northern Ontario shines in this year’s Canadian Screen Awards

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45 nominations for film and television productions shot in the north This year’s Canadian Screen Awards nominations once again show that Northern Ontario has become...