Author Archives: Brenda Grundt

Statement from Patrick Brown on secret Quebec-Ontario energy deal

Statement from Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown on the La Presse story of a secret Quebec-Ontario energy deal:   “Once again the Wynne Liberals have been caught negotiating in secret when thousands of Ontario jobs are on the line. This secret deal for 8 terawatts (TWh) per year of power – 6% of the power Ontario used last year – is bad ...

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GAVIN, Donal (Ray)

November 16, 1934 – August 6, 2017 Ray peacefully passed away at the age of 82 with his loving family by his side at the Northumberland Hills Hospital in Cobourg on Sunday, August 6th, 2017. Husband to the late beautiful wife Helen Gavin. Dear loving father of Bernadette (André) Larocque, Norma (Perry) Kauk and Anita (Richard) Gerrard. Cherished grandfather of ...

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Statement from the Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation on International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

  David Zimmer, Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation, issued the following statement today to mark International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples:   “There are an estimated 370 million Indigenous people living around the world, across 90 countries. Today, on International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, we celebrate the traditions, contributions and cultural diversity of those communities, including ...

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Superior East OPP Chapleau – Traffic Stop results in Charges

Aug 9, 2017 @ 15:03 On Tuesday August 8, 2017 at approximately 10:10 a.m. members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Superior East Chapleau Detachment had occasion to stop a motor vehicle on Highway 101, Caouette Township, District of Sudbury for speeding. Investigation revealed that the driver was in possession of a quantity of marijuana, a quantity of cocaine and ...

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SE OPP Wawa charge woman in altercation

On Tuesday August 8, 2017 at approximately 6:52 p.m. members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) from the Superior East Wawa Detachment responded to an altercation that had taken place between a male and a female. As a result of the investigation, a 28 year old Wawa, Ontario woman was arrested and charged with the following offences: Adult Dangerous Operation ...

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Municipality Closes William Teddy Park

  The Municipality of Wawa has closed William Teddy Park effective Tuesday, August 8, 2017. This beautiful area has a long history in Wawa, not only as the spot where gold was found by William Teddy, but also as a RV Park operated by the Rotary Club of Wawa, and now a place to launch your boat and watch sunsets ...

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Happenings At First United Church – August 9

The Congregation welcomes everyone to worship at First United Church. Services are held on Sunday at 11:00 a.m. If anyone has a question or concern please leave a message on the answering  machine at the Church  705-856-2926. We extend a warm welcome to the Congregation of St. Paul’s to join us for Morning Worship at 11:00 a.m. during the month of August. We ...

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News from the Park – August 9

It certainly has been an outstanding summer here in Algoma-Manitoulin. I have truly enjoyed getting out to so many events all across the riding and meeting up with constituents, many of whom I look forward to seeing frequently and lots of new faces as well. One series of events that I have been a part of that I am extremely ...

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Between the Covers – August 9

New books New on the seven day fiction shelf this week: “Tom Clancy Point of Contact” by Mike Maden, “Against All Odds” by Danielle Steel, “Lilli De Jong” by Janet Benton, and “The Silent Corner” by Kean Koontz.   New children’s books this week are: “An Old Man’s Winter Night”, A Brush Full of Colour”, Dear Baobab”, and in the ...

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Red Pine Exploration Continues to Extend the Minto Mine South Zone

Aug 9, 2017 @ 08:13 Red Pine Exploration Inc. announces new results from three drill holes completed as part of its 20,000m drilling program at the Wawa Gold Project. Drilling highlights for the Minto Mine South Zone include: Extension of the high-grade core of the Minto Mine South Zone laterally and at depth; SD-17-89 averages 8.55 g/t gold over 3.47 ...

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MacDonald Mines Receives First Gold Assay on Trenching of Oxide Sands

MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd. announces that it has received final gold assays on 4 trenches across the Oxide Sands zone. Trenches 725, 750 and 775 produced positive gold (Au) results. No significant results for gold (Au) were detected in trench TR-800 which crossed a road and where only disturbed material (road fill) was encountered. In all cases, where the Oxide ...

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Wednesday Morning News – August 9

Weather – Sunny early this morning then a mix of sun and cloud with 40 percent chance of showers late this afternoon. High 18. UV index 7 or high. Marine – Wind light becoming southeast 10 knots this morning then backing to east 10 this afternoon. Wind becoming variable 10 near midnight then increasing to east 15 Thursday afternoon. Wind backing to ...

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Heavy OPP Presence in Wawa Trailer Park this Evening – UPDATE

The OPP presence has continued overnight at the Trailer Park on Winston Road. A cruiser has been parked, blocking traffic through the western laneway. The caution tape remains. There has not yet been a press release from the Superior East Ontario Provincial Police Detachment – Wawa.     There is heavy OPP presence in the trailer park on Winston Road. ...

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Statement from Attorney General on Final Report of the Far North Electoral Boundaries Commission

Aug 8, 2017 @ 14:18 Attorney General Yasir Naqvi released the following statement in response to the final report of the Far North Electoral Boundaries Commission: “I would like to thank the Far North Electoral Boundaries Commission for its work to ensure the voices of people living in Ontario’s north continue to be heard in the provincial legislature. Our government tasked the ...

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