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Men’s Night Golf – July 4

87 Players 1st FLIGHT: Peter Russ, Tim Lesarge, Tanner Paddock – 4 under par 32 2nd FLIGHT: Paul Weaver, Ross Hall, Kevin Sabourin – 3 under par 33 3rdFLIGHT: Craig Spooner, Bernie Erechook, Spare – 2 under par 34 4th FLIGHT: Roger Gamache, Marcel Poulin, Carl Chabot – 1 under par 35 5th FLIGHT: Damon Boyle, Richard Davidson, Jesse Johnson – even par 36 6th FLIGHT: ...

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Thank You – M.H.S. Graduation 2019

On Thursday, June 27th, Michipicoten High School graduates walked across the stage to receive their Ontario Secondary School Diplomas.   The staff and students of Michipicoten High School would like to publicly thank the following companies, organizations, and individuals who generously sponsored graduation bursaries or awards at our school this past year: Algoma District Services Administration Board CUPE Local 3631 ...

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Harte Gold Expands Sugar Zone Mineralization

Harte Gold is pleased to provide the following update. Highlights Near mine exploration has returned the following: Sugar Zone drilling has extended mineralization 200 meters to the south and remains open along strike.  Hole SZ-19-271 returned 27.6 g/t Au over 1.68 meters. In the parallel Upper Zone area, mineralization has been extended along strike and down dip.  The expansion of ...

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Tragic death shows why Ontario can’t afford steps backwards on health and safety

Wayne Gates, Ontario NDP Health and Safety and WSIB critic, and Guy Bourgouin, Ontario NDP critic for Trades, Training and Apprenticeships, are urging the Ford Conservatives to do more to protect workers after the tragic death of an 18-year-old following an on-the-job accident, rather than following through on Doug Ford’s plan to cut training, safety and protection for workers. Vadim ...

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Eiteljorg Museum acquires exceptional collection of Native art of the Great Lakes

  The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art has acquired a major collection of historical Native American art from the Great Lakes region that will figure significantly into a dramatic renovation of its Native galleries. Eiteljorg Museum President and CEO John Vanausdall expressed gratitude to Lilly Endowment Inc., whose $2.83 million grant to the Eiteljorg made possible the ...

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Lake Superior Remain Above Record High Water Levels

Wet conditions continued across the Lake Michigan-Huron basin in June and resulted in water levels rising to record highs by the end of the month. Conditions were relatively drier in the Lake Superior basin, but Lake Superior remains above record high water levels for this time of year. As a result, there is a much-increased risk of shoreline erosion, lakeshore ...

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Happenings at Wawa First United Church – July 3

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. Summer Thrift Shop                     Thurs. July    04   5 – 9                     Fri.       July    05   1 – 4 & 5:30- 8:30                     Sat.      July    06   ...

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Rhythm & Grace to Visit Wawa

  Fiddles, keyboard, Irish whistle, accordion, bass, guitar, and step-dancing will all be a part of the dynamic, faith-filled shows on the upcoming tour by Rhythm and Grace, a Celtic-Gospel group comprised of Alex and Miriam Duketow and their nine talented children. From Ontario to BC, Rhythm and Grace will share their inspirational Celtic-Gospel and folk songs which capture stories ...

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Ladies’ Golf Night – June 26

66 Golfers 1st Flight Winner – Charlee Simon, Guylaine Domich, Suzanne Lacasse 35 2nd Flight Winner – Alexis Alexopoulos, Danette Mathias, Judy Zagar 42 3rd Flight Winner – Diane Spencer, Melissa Terris, Debbie MacDonnell 44 4th Flight Winner – Linda Guindon, Paula Valois, Louise Moran 49 5th Flight Winner – Lynn Dee Eason, Mary Lynn McKenna, Sue Switzer 52 Special ...

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Bumps, Babies & Beyond Expo 2 ~ Wawa Edition!

With such huge success in our inaugural year in Wawa, we are pleased to announce that the Bumps, Babies & Beyond Expo is returning Saturday, September 28th to the Michipicoten Memorial Community Center (curling rink and banquet hall) from 10-3pm.With over forty vendors and service providers last year, and attendees coming from Wawa and surrounding communities (Marathon, Manitouwadge, White River, ...

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CSC Nouvelon outstanding graduates

With the end of the academic year just around the corner, the CSC Nouvelon is profiling one remarkable graduate from each of its secondary schools. Here are the profiles for our schools in Sault Ste-Marie, Wawa and Chapleau.   École secondaire Notre-Dame-du-Sault (Sault Ste. Marie) Maggie Maloney, a grade 12 student at École secondaire Notre-Dame-du-Sault in Sault Ste. Marie, is highly ...

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New Democrats call for review of all Ford appointees

The NDP is now calling on the Doug Ford Conservatives to recall the Standing Committee on Government Agencies, and give them the mandate to conduct a review of all Ford government appointees, past and current.   New Democrat MPP Marit Stiles, a member of the Government Agencies committee, says that, to this point, Doug Ford has not only been handing ...

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Ford gives 31 Conservative MPPs a 14% pay hike

Doug Ford has nearly doubled the number of parliamentary assistants giving 31 MPPs a 14 per cent pay hike while firing education and health care workers. Doug Ford appointed 31 Conservative MPPs to be parliamentary assistants on Wednesday. The MPPs will each get an extra $16,300 on top of their MPP salary.   “The gravy train is getting crowded,” said NDP ...

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