Author Archives: Brenda Stockton

UPDATE – Have you Seen Sir Pineapple?

Sir Pineapple has been found! Aug 13, 2017 @ 20:21 This is Sir Pineapple. He has figured out how to open my patio screen. He took off by himself! Not an outdoor cat unless on his harness and leash! My 10 year old son is devastated. Please help us find him! Call 705 856 8194 or text 705 852 0615 ...

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DOMICH, Helen

Peacefully passed away at the Sault Area Hospital with her family by her side on Friday, August 11, 2017 at the age of 77.  Beloved wife of the late Peter. Loving mother of Dean (Guyliane), Victor, Sharon Domich-Cote (Joel) and the late Henry. Grandma and Baba of Jenny, Adam (Sabrina), Jarred, Stephanie and Kirk. Great grandma of Sierra, Jovani, Jakeem, Devear, ...

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Carelessness deprives us of a historic treasure – William Teddy Park Closed

  It was the day after the long weekend. The grandkids had their annual “playground ” at “Omi’s all inclusive” as I call it humorously. They brought also a friend along from Germany who was awestruck about the size of our province. He declared, “900 kilometres! Wow, you could travel from Denmark to Italy, but he was also genuinely impressed ...

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Sunday Morning News – August 13

Weather – A mix of sun and cloud with 30 percent chance of showers and risk of a thunderstorm. Fog patches dissipating this morning. High 22. Humidex 25. UV index 6 or high. News Tidbits – Rentech issued their second quarter financial reports. A soft demand for retail wood pellets and lower industrial pellet sales were some of the factors that ...

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City of SSM reaches Agreement in Principal with Municipal Tax Obligations

Aug 12, 2017 @ 08:09 The Corporation of the City of Sault Ste. Marie wishes to advise that it has reached an agreement in principle with the Court approved SISP proponents concerning ESAI’s pre-petition, post-petition and ongoing municipal tax obligations. The agreement is subject to the final approval of City Council and the SISP proponents successfully exiting the CCAA process. ...

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Saturday Morning News – August 12

Aug 12, 2017 @ 07:55 Weather – Clearing this morning. High 23. Humidex 26. UV index 6 or high. News Tidbits – Lake Superior Park is a busy place today with the Lake Superior Watershed Conservancy (LSWC) Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Katherine Cove at 4 p.m. Beginning with an opening presentation w/10-15 minute slideshow about the Lake Superior Water Trail & LSWC, ...

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Jagmeet Singh is candidate for the leader of Canada’s NDP

Aug 11, 2017 @ 10:06 Federal NDP Leadership Candidate, Jagmeet Singh, welcomed eleven additional endorsements from Ontario including nine current and two former Members of Provincial Parliament. Singh was humbled to accept the support of his fellow MPPs. “I am so grateful to these eleven tremendous public servants for their support.” Singh added, “It has been an honour to call ...

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FAO to probe Ontario-Quebec power deal

Aug 11, 2017 @ 08:12 Following a request by PC Finance Critic Vic Fedeli and PC Energy Critic Todd Smith, Ontario’s Financial Accountability Officer has agreed to review the Electricity Trading Agreement entered into last fall by the Wynne government and Quebec. The review follows written requests submitted to the FAO in July by the two MPPs. “I am concerned that the financial details of this transaction ...

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413 ‘Move Over’ charges laid over the Holiday Weekend

With its traffic data now finalized, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is reporting three fatal road collisions over the Civic Day Long Weekend and has updated its preliminary Move Over campaign results.   The first collision occurred on Friday evening, August 4, in Peterborough County, claiming the life of a 20 year-old female. The other two collisions occurred on Monday, ...

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Friday Morning News – August 11

Weather – Periods of rain with risk of a thunderstorm. High of 17. Tonight is expected to be  mainly cloudy with 30 percent chance of showers. Low 11. News Tidbits – Thunder Bay police are now saying that the death of Brayden Moonias, 18 years old, is a homicide. His body was found beside McVicar Creek, near Thunder Bay’s Marina Park on Sunday, July ...

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Ladies Golf – August 9

Aug 10, 2017 @ 08:05 Number of players – 64 1st in 1st  Flight – Evra Levesque, Josee Legault, Sonya Gendron – 38 2nd in 1st Flight – Valerie Levesque, Edie Levesque, Chantal Turcotte – 41 3rd in 1st Flight – June Hardy, Brenda Pelletier, Johanna Rowe – 43 1st in 2nd Flight – Lise Noel, Margaret Davidson, Gerry Rose – ...

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OLG privatization will hurt Ontario services

As the Wynne Liberals hand over the OLG’s GTA locations to B.C-based Great Canadian Gaming Corp. and Toronto-based Brookfield Business Partners, the NDP is raising concerns over the effects of privatization — and the billions of dollars that will be going into B.C. bank accounts instead of Ontario hospitals and classrooms.   Last week, on behalf of the NDP, Finance ...

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Superior East OPP Wawa – Charge Burlington Male with Impaired

On Sunday August 6, 2017, at approximately 6:40 pm members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Superior East Wawa Detachment received a traffic complaint in relation to a tractor trailer weaving all over the road on Highway 17 just south of White River, Ontario. The tractor trailer in question was located and stopped by police. Investigation revealed that the male ...

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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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