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SE OPP Chapleau – OPP Locate Missing Canoer

On September 17, 2022 at 8:34 p.m., members of the Superior East Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a marine call on Ruth Lake, approximately 15 kilometres south of Chapleau. Reports indicated a male had gone out in a canoe and had not returned. Police attended the scene and located an overturned canoe on the lake. On ...

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Thank You – Albert Brousseau Family

The family of the late Albert Brousseau would like to express our sincere gratitude to all who have offered us words of sympathy in our time of great loss.  Your expressions of condolences, love, prayers, donations to the Lady Dunn Health Centre Palliative Care Unit and all your anecdotal stories about this loving man will continue to help us through ...

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Fall in Love with Maple at an Ontario sugarbush Sept. 24 to Oct. 2, 2022

The Ontario Maple Syrup Producers’ Association (OMSPA) is pleased to announce the return of Fall in Love with Maple for its second year. This event was launched for the first time in 2021 and public response was so positive this event will now become an annual offering for maple syrup lovers. Running from Sept. 24 to Oct. 2, Fall in ...

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Between the Covers – September 21st

The Wawa Public Library is following the public health measures recommended by the Government of Ontario therefore it will be a patron’s choice to wear a face mask/covering when entering the library. We ask that you continue to self-assess and if you have flu/cold like symptoms that you NOT come into the library. When in the library, please respect the ...

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MALLAIS, Stanley (Stan)

With deepest sorrow and broken hearts, we had to let go of a beloved husband, soulmate, the greatest father, papa, brother, uncle and friend on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at the Sault Area Hospital. It’s time to say goodbye and let him fly. Family and friends are invited to join in a Celebration of Stan’s life with a Come and ...

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Lake Superior Park Experiences – Thursday, September 15

Looking for something to do? Got friends visiting and not sure what to do with them? Visit Lake Superior Provincial Park and not only enjoy the spectacular scenery but learn about this unique area. Drop-in: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Agawa Bay Visitor Centre MEET THE NATURALIST: MAGNIFICENT MOOSE MAGNIFIED – From ticks to brain worms, life is tough for ...

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Provincial Day of Mourning – September 19, 2022

Ontario will mark Sept. 19, 2022 as a provincial Day of Mourning in lieu of a provincial holiday. The people of Ontario may observe a moment of silence at 1 p.m. on that day. This will give all Ontarians an opportunity to reflect on the remarkable life of Queen Elizabeth II and her unrelenting commitment to service and duty. It ...

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CASE, Ronald

Ronald Gordon Case joined his late daughters Alyssa and McKenna in heaven on September 12th, 2022, at the age of 63. He fought an exceptionally courageous battle with cancer, with his wife and two daughters by his side. He is survived by his devoted wife and the love of his life JoAnne. Loving father to late Alyssa, Erin, Katie, and ...

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BROUSSEAU, Albert

Passed away peacefully with his family by his side at the Lady Dunn Health Centre on Sunday September 11, 2022 at the age of 81 years. Beloved husband of Lucie Haman and the late Denise. Loving father of Levis (Martine), Steve (Joanne Casavant) and the late Sylvain Brousseau. Step-father of Justin McRae. Proud grandfather of Jake and step-grandfather of Taylor, ...

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Lake Superior Park Experiences – Saturday, September 10

Looking for something to do? Got friends visiting and not sure what to do with them? Visit Lake Superior Provincial Park and not only enjoy the spectacular scenery but learn about this unique area. 1:00 PM Agawa Bay Visitor Centre ART PROGRAM: ART IN THE WILD – Lake Superior Provincial Park’s rugged landscape has inspired artists around the world. Join ...

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Lake Superior Park Experiences – Friday, September 9

Looking for something to do? Got friends visiting and not sure what to do with them? Visit Lake Superior Provincial Park and not only enjoy the spectacular scenery but learn about this unique area. 2:00 PM Rocky Point, Agawa Bay GUIDED HIKE: A COASTAL EXPERIENCE – Lake Superior is a powerful lake with many moods; it can be as still ...

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Lake Superior Park Experiences – Wednesday, September 7

Looking for something to do? Got friends visiting and not sure what to do with them? Visit Lake Superior Provincial Park and not only enjoy the spectacular scenery but learn about this unique area. Drop-in: 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Agawa Bay Visitor Centre MEET THE NATURALIST: THE LYNX AND THE HARE – It’s an eat or get eaten world ...

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STONE, Robert Lee

Passed away unexpectedly at the Sault Area Hospital on Friday, September 2, 2022 at the age of 58 years. Very proud father of Francis “Frank” (Sierra). Cherished grandfather of Elexis, Grace, Sophie and Faith. Dear son of Agnes Stone and the late Francis Stone. Brother of Evelyn Stone, Delphis Stone and Joanne Stone. He will be remembered by his nieces, ...

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Province Thanks Workers on Labour Day

Monte McNaughton, Minister of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development, issued the following statement to mark Labour Day: “Today, and every day, we pay tribute to the hardworking men and women who keep Ontario moving. Workers are – and always have been – the backbone of our province. You are heroes, building the roofs over our heads, putting food on ...

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La province remercie les travailleurs à l’occasion de la fête du Travail

Monte McNaughton, ministre du Travail, de l’Immigration, de la Formation et du Développement des compétences, a fait la déclaration suivante pour souligner la fête du Travail : « Aujourd’hui et chaque jour, nous rendons hommage aux femmes et aux hommes qui travaillent fort pour faire bouger l’Ontario. Les travailleuses et travailleurs sont — et ont toujours été — l’épine dorsale ...

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