Raising the Alarm at Cedarwood Lodge. Sprinkler System Non-Existent.

How far would you go to ensure the safety and well being of a vulnerable, elderly loved one? It might surprise you to learn that...

MNRF Fire Restriction Remains in Effect for North-East Region

Restricted Fire Zone declared in Northeast Region of Province The Fire Restriction, originally imposed on July 8th, 2018, by the Ministry of Natural Resources &...

Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario re-elects André Bidal as Board President

CSCNO elects its President and Vice-President for 2018-2019 During its inaugural November 29, 2018 board meeting, Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) school trustees re-elected...
Black Bear

Winnipeg man suffers bites during multiple attacks by bear in Ontario woods

KENORA, Ont. — A Winnipeg man says he is lucky to be alive after suffering severe bites from a bear that attacked him three times...

Kathleen Wynne to visit Wawa and other Northern Ontario communities

Premier Kathleen Wynne will be touring Northern Ontario to visit schools, hospitals, businesses, Indigenous communities and other groups from August 6 to 12 to...

Have You Seen these Men? OPP need your help to locate

(NORTH BAY, ON) - The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), North Bay Detachment Crime Unit, is seeking the public's assistance in identifying several persons of...
Northern Policy Institute

Revitalizing Governance and Economic Development

This new commentary by Northern Policy Institute shows that there are areas of economic and governing weakness in Northern Ontario that need to be...
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Burlington Youth dies in MSV Collision on Highway 11

On February 1, 2017 at 12:54 p.m., members of  the Iroquois Falls Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were called to investigate a collision involving a...

École Saint-Joseph’s (Wawa) girls’ team and boys’ team take First Place at Tournament

On November 27th, École Saint-Joseph’s (Wawa) girls’ team and boys’ team both claimed first place at the annual, local, volleyball tournament. When they returned...

ADSB Says Farewell to Four Trustees

Four Algoma District School Board (ADSB) Trustees were recognized at Tuesday night’s Board Meeting for the many years they have dedicated to the Board. ...