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Rainfall Warning for LSPP and Eastern Shore of Superior

4:49 AM EDT Wednesday 05 September 2018 Rainfall warning in effect for: Agawa – Lake Superior Park Searchmont – Montreal River Harbour – Batchawana Bay Rain, at times heavy, is expected. An area of heavy rain and isolated thunderstorms continues to affect areas along the eastern shores of Lake Superior this morning. The rain should taper off by early afternoon. ...

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May Contain Nuts – Stop the Food Fight

With summer coming to an end and school starting, so is the afterschool routine. With this comes dinner time, some parents most dreaded time of the day. If the dinner table has become a battleground it’s time to throw in the towel and try a new approach-one that may shock your children. Let them eat what they want in whatever ...

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The Retired Teachers of Wawa and Area Say ‘Thank You’ to Linda Ilola

  On Tuesday, September 4th at 9 a.m. the retired teachers of Wawa and Area gathered at the North of 17 to enjoy a breakfast together. This event has been taking place for the last fourteen years since Linda Ilola retired in June of 2004 and decided to organize this annual event. Every August since then Linda has been busy making ...

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Wawa Community Garden Update – August 2017

Word has it that this year’s late spring warmth and wonderful summer weather helped produce bumper yields for gardeners in the Wawa area. The sprouting evidence seen at our community garden on the CAS property just off Algoma Street would seem to show this to be fact.  Good results makes the growing of fruit and vegetables so very rewarding! Our ...

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Lisa Thompson, Minister of Education Welcomes Students back to school

Today the Honourable Lisa Thompson, Minister of Education, issued the following statement: “I would like to officially welcome all of Ontario’s students back to school. My hope for the 2018-19 school year is that students successfully continue on their academic journeys, and also use this opportunity to develop new hobbies and interests. Whether it’s academics, arts or athletics, we encourage ...

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Joint Statement by Premier and Labour Minister on Labour Day

The Honourable Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario, and the Honourable Laurie Scott, Minister of Labour, issued the following joint statement on Labour Day: “It’s our privilege on behalf of Ontario’s Government for the People to help make our province the best place to work and live. Here in Ontario, we’re blessed with plentiful natural resources, a well-educated population, and a ...

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Fog Advisory

10:28 a.m. FOG ADVISORY ENDED FOR:       GERALDTON – LONGLAC – CARAMAT       MANITOUWADGE – HORNEPAYNE       WHITE RIVER – DUBREUILVILLE       KAPUSKASING – HEARST – SMOOTH ROCK FALLS       CHAPLEAU – MISSINAIBI LAKE   5:06 AM EDT Sunday 02 September 2018 Fog advisory in effect for: Chapleau – Gogama Geraldton – Manitouwadge – Hornepayne Kapuskasing – Hearst Nipigon – Marathon – Superior North Sault ...

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A New Season of Skating is Fast Approaching!

  Last season the club ran several different programs and trained skaters of many ages and abilities. From CanSkate, which is Skate Canada’s “learn to skate program”, all the way up to StarSkate which develops skating skills, ice dance, free skate and interpretive skating.   Last season our skaters attended competitions and seminars including one coached by world champion Elvis ...

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Men’s Night Golf – August 30

89 Players 1st FLIGHT: Francis Dechamplain,Jessy Dechamplain, Joey Dechamplain-5 under par 30 2nd FLIGHT: Roger Lefebvre, Bubba Gagne, Eric Levesque- 3 under par 33 3rdFLIGHT: Ron Rody, Dave Hall, Chris Buckell- 1 under par 35 4th FLIGHT: Craig O’Neill, Bob McCoy, Kyle Wood – even par 36 5th FLIGHT: Antonios Alexopoulos, Danny Mathias, Frank McRae- 3 over par 39 6th ...

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Algoma Central Engine House in SSM Recognized for National Importance

Representative of the early 20th century’s ambitions to increase and improve transportation through northern Ontario, the Algoma Central Engine House in Sault Ste. Marie, was the first train repair shed in Canada built with an internal turntable. Built in 1912, it has seen continuous use and is currently operated by CN. Today, Dr. Richard Alway, Ontario Member of the Historic ...

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Ontario Government Appoints Special Advisor to develop plan to upload Subway Infrastructure to Province

Ontario’s Government for the People is working to get residents and business across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area moving with a plan to upload responsibility for subway infrastructure, from the City of Toronto to the Province. The Government of Ontario is determined to deliver a modern transit system that will serve the GTHA’s growing communities, drive economic development and ...

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Ladies Night Golf – August 29

Number of players – 51 1st in 1st Flight – Toni Rutland, Guylaine Domich – 39 2nd in 1st Flight – Suzanne Lacasse, Charlee Simon – 40 3rd in 1st Flight – Lise Noel, Gerry Rose, Margaret Davidson – 45 1st in 2nd Flight – Marcelle Terris, Beth Vachon, Nicole Chapman – 46 2nd in 2nd Flight – Linda Guindon, ...

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