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Mixed Curling League Standings and Semi-Final schedule

The Semi-Finals in the Mixed Curling League are underway. The next games are Thursday, April 4th at 7:30 p.m. Game 1 is TERRIS Vs HOFFMANN Game 2 is McCOY Vs HALL Good luck.   Final THURSDAY – March 28 THURSDAY – April 4 THURSDAY – April 11 TERRIS 1   Ice #1 TERRIS SPENCER 5         Ice ...

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Mixed Bowling Standings – March 31

Men’s High Single – Robert Sanderson ( 328 ) Women’s High Single – Mary Ellen Douchamie ( 283 ) Men’s High Triple – Jake Casavant ( 801 ) Women’s High Triple – Mary Ellen Douchamie ( 695 ) Team High Single ( Hdcp’d ) – Wilderness Helicopters Strike Force – ( 1412 ) Team High Triple ( Hdcp’d ) – ...

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Une visite avec les aînés

  Le jeudi 21 mars, les élèves du cours d’enseignement religieux 9e année de l’École secondaire Saint-Joseph, Wawa, sont allés visiter les aînés à l’hôpital Lady Dunn. Les élèves accompagnés de Mme Stephanie McGregor, ont eu l’occasion d’échanger avec les aînés et chacun a parlé de leur vécu personnel. Une deuxième visite est prévue pour le mois d’avril. Merci à ...

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A visit with the elderly

  On Thursday, March 21, the students in the grade 9 religion class at École secondaire Saint-Joseph (Wawa) went to the Lady Dunn Health Center to visit with the senior residents. Students started by introducing themselves to the residents and both shared personal stories about their life. A second visit is planned for the month of April. A big thank ...

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Saison de curling à l’école Saint-Joseph

Plus de 20 élèves de l’école Saint-Joseph (Wawa) ont joui de la saison de curling cette année grâce aux entraineurs Ashley Hunt-Robinson, enseignante, et Alison Gendron, parent. La saison, qui a débuté le 17 janvier, s’est terminée le 6 mars avec une joute amicale entre les élèves et leurs parents. Des prix pour le glisser le plus loin furent remis ...

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Curling season at École Saint-Joseph

More than 20 École Saint-Joseph (Wawa) students got to enjoy the curing season this year thanks to teacher Ashley Hunt-Ronbison, and parent-volunteer Alison Gendron who offered their time to coach them. The season, which began on January 17, ended on March 6 with a game between students and their parents. Prizes for best slide were awarded to Sylvain Humphries (grades ...

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Ladies Curling Bonspiel Parade is on Friday!

The Ladies Curling Bonspiel Parade is on Friday, March 29th at 7:30 p.m. at the Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre. Come out and see what the teams came up with for the theme of “Game Night”.  The draws on Friday will start at 6:00 p.m. and continue after the parade at 8:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.  Feel free to come out and ...

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EC – Heavy flurries with thunderstorms

7:56 PM EDT Wednesday 27 March 2019 Special weather statement in effect for: Searchmont – Montreal River Harbour – Batchawana Bay Heavy flurries with thunderstorms early this evening. An area of thunderstorms moving from west to east across the area will also be associated with heavy bursts of snow. Locally, up to 5 centimetres of snow are possible within an ...

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Wawa Man charged with possession of controlled substances by SSM Police

On March 27, 2019 officers with the Patrol Services division of the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service arrested 25-year-old Matthew Parise of Wawa with possession of a controlled substance. On March 27, 2019 during a traffic stop officers spotted an open bottle of alcohol in the vehicle; subsequent investigation and search of the vehicle and its occupants resulted in the location ...

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Happenings at Wawa First United Church – March 26

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. Mon. Apr. 01 U.C.W. at 7 p.m – Our guest speaker is Cathy Cannon who will speak about the Imagination Library. ALL are ...

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Ford Conservatives stall on overdose prevention sites as death toll climbs

In light of a shocking new opioid-related death-toll number, Bhutila Karpoche, Ontario NDP critic for Mental Health and Addictions, said it’s simply wrong for the Ford Conservatives to delay the approval of licence applications for overdose prevention sites, and limit their number.   According to new data reported by the Canadian Press, the first half of last year, the opioid ...

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Wawa Men’s Curling Standings – March 26

The Final Game of the Wawa Men’s Curling was played last night. Team Tom Fahrer is the 2018-2019 Club Champions. Team Fahrer is: Skip – Tom Fahrer, Vice – Dave Amos, Lead – Lynn Lethbridge, and Second – Jim Hoffman. The Quarter Finals begin April 1, 2019. Team Rank Wins GP FAHRER, Tom 1 13 17 McCOY, Joe 2 12 ...

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Municipal Phones now Working

The technical problems with the telephone system at the Municipal Office located at 40 Broadway Avenue have been resolved and are now functioning. The Municipality of Wawa appreciates your patience. EARLIER (Mar 21, 2019 @ 14:22) – The Municipality of Wawa is currently experiencing technical problems with the telephone system at the Municipal Office located at 40 Broadway Avenue. Bell Canada ...

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Fireworks.International Fireworks Photo Contest Winners

Fireworks.International is proud to announce the winners of the Test Shot Photo Contest. They are:   Station Mall – $100 Gift Card – Dan Grisdale Holiday Inn Express Sault Ste Marie – Free Night Stay – Alicia Di Lollo Algoma Auto Electric – Pidges Wash and Wax & $30 Laird Towing – Robert Giroux Alto Electric – $75 to Yes ...

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