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Ladies Golf Night Results – July 10

51 Golfers 1st Flight Winner –Suzanne Lacasse, Lise Noel, Gerry Rose  37 2nd Flight Winner–Barb Leschishin, Luan Buckell, Lynne Zuliani 42 3rd Flight Winner – Kathy Turyk, Wendy Bonitzke, Karen Tail  48 4th Flight Winner –Chrystal Morden, Cheri Lowe, Rabecca Dumont  53 Special Event Winners and Draws Hole #1 Longest Putt – Northern Lights Ford $15 cash–Suzanne Lacasse Hole #2 Longest Drive ...

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Men’s Night Golf – July 11

96 Players 1st FLIGHT: Brandon Case, Dylan Buckell, Mike Fell-5 under par 31 2nd FLIGHT: Butch Terris, Luke Morden, Tom Terris-2 under par 34 3rd FLIGHT: Dave Castonguay, Gilbert Bouchard, Stephane Bouchard-1 under par 35 4th FLIGHT: Jim Oleynik, Luc Belanger, Francis Dechamplain–even par 36 5th FLIGHT: Jeff McMurdo, Spike Spreng, Vic Sillanpaa-1 over par 37 6th FLIGHT: John, Don ...

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AU’s Great Lakes International Summer Music Institute Hosts Summer Concert Series

In its inaugural year, Algoma University’s Great Lakes International Summer Music Institute is hosting a Summer Concert Series July 25, Aug. 1 and 2. The series will feature performances by some of Canada’s top classical musicians, including Corey Gemmell, Simon Fryer, Robert Uchida, Elizabeth McDonald, resident musicians Ed and Anne Louise-Turgeon, as well as special guests Katherine Wheatley and Wendell ...

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Ladies’ Night Golf Results – July 3

63 Golfers 1st Flight Winner – Brenda Pelletier, Toni Rutland, Suzanne Lacasse 37 2nd Flight Winner – Lynn Dee Eason, Mary Lynn McKenna, Sue Switzer 45 3rd Flight Winner – Nellie Harvey, Helene Bekintis, Linda Sillanpaa 47 4th Flight Winner – Marcelle Terris, Beth Vachon, Brenda Tait 49 5th Flight Winner – Chris Mitchell, Joan Jewell, Carm Tait 51 Special ...

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Corporate Planning Meeting Tonight – July 9

There is a Corporate Planning Meeting scheduled for tonight, July 9th, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. Agenda (1) CALL TO ORDER & NOTE MEMBERS PRESENT (2) REVIEW OF ADDENDUM & APPROVAL OF AGENDA 2.1 Approval of Agenda (3) ANNOUNCEMENTS / DEPUTATIONS 3.1 Mr. Jeremy Cormier, MPAC 101 (4) DECLARATION OF PECUNIARY INTEREST AND THE GENERAL NATURE THEREOF (5) APPROVAL OF MINUTES 5.1 ...

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The Honourable Sylvia Jones, Solicitor General’s statement on Northern Ontario Fires

The Honourable Sylvia Jones, Solicitor General, released the following statement regarding the current fire situation in Northern Ontario: “This year is proving to be a challenging one for forest fires in Northern Ontario. There are currently numerous active fires in the northern part of our province and several of them are threatening First Nation communities. The Ministry of Natural Resources ...

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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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