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In Memory – Alexander Nowiski & Philip Nowiski

We remember our beloved family members, Alexander Nowiski and Philip Nowiski.   Dad left us 33 years ago on March 24, and our brother Phil sadly died tragically three months ago on December 24, 2020 at a young age.   Alex was the loving husband of Isabella Nowiski, and loving father of Mary Lesperance (Paul), Joanne Fell (Adrian), Anne Marie ...

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Between the Covers – March 22nd

The library is open to the public!  Patrons must wear a face mask and hand sanitizer must be used upon entering.  If patrons cannot wear a face mask we are happy to continue curbside pickup but a proper mask covering the face, nose, and chin must be worn.  Face shields alone will not be permitted.  Also, patrons must check-in at ...

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Windsor West MP Brian Masse to introduce legislation to to give minister power to stop Nav Canada studies during pandemics

Windsor West MP Brian Masse is introducing legislation today that would give the Minister of Transportation the authority to remove airports from NAV Canada aeronautical studies which would lead to the reduction or elimination of air traffic control services, today in the House of Commons. Currently, NAV Canada is considering the removal of seven airport towers across Canada including Whitehorse, ...

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Leslie wins $75,000 in White River

“I play the lottery off and on,” shared Lesley. “I like playing INSTANT games for the entertainment during the pandemic.”   Lesley Donaldson of White River is $75,000 richer after winning withINSTANT BLOCK-O (Game #2197). Lesley, a retired sawmill worker, says he was at home when he discovered his big win. “I realized I needed one more number to win. ...

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Day 2 of Curling Ice Removal: Temperature Checks and Test Chips

The second day is a bit more interesting – and I’ll keep it shorter as well. Before we do anything to the ice, it’s cleanup time. We remove all of the rocks from the surface and store them safely for the season, as well as put away some of the curling maintenance equipment as well. We need to make sure ...

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Nouvelles du parc – Super héros et superpuissances

Ces dernières années, j’ai remarqué une certaine résurgence du phénomène de l’intérêt des super-héros. C’est toujours dans les bandes-dessinées, mais aussi sur grand écran. Les magnats de la télévision par abonnement comme Netflix et Prime produisent même des séries sur des personnages de super-héros nouveaux et anciens. Certains ont des super pouvoirs assez intéressants comme Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Dare ...

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News from the Park – Super Heros & Superpowers

In recent years I’ve noticed somewhat of a resurgence in the phenomenon of superhero interest.  It’s in comic books still but also on the big screen.  Subscription TV moguls like Netflix and Prime are even producing series programs on both new and old superhero characters.  Some have some pretty interesting superpowers like the Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Dare Devil, Agents ...

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Patricia Tangie Retains Seat as Chief in MFN Election

Patricia Tangie has retained her seat as Chief in Saturday, March 20th, 2021’s election at Michipicoten First Nation. Candidate for Chief Votes Received Tangie, Patricia 200 Chief Lapham, Mishele-Lee 40 Lewis, Laverne 24 Lesage, Ryan 22 287 Total valid ballots cast for Chief 7 Number of rejected ballors for Chief   Candidate for Councillor Peterson, Linda 162 Councillor Armstrong, Irene ...

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Have you ever wondered how the MMCC Staff gets the Curling Ice out?

March 18th was the last night of curling for the 2021 season. While it was a challenging and short year, we now move onto the next job of getting ice out and the curling rink ready for mass vaccination clinics. So, we’re going to show you the process of taking ice out here at the MMCC. Just like installing ice, ...

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LDHCF Chase the Ace – Week 27 Winner Announced

Congratulations to Violet Overton, winner of Week 27 of the Foundation’s Catch the Ace Lottery! The Foundation is happy to announce that the progressive jackpot continues to grow; it sits at $35,400 as Week 28 begins.   Here are the final numbers for week #27: Winner: Violet Overton Weekly Pot: $1829 Progressive Pot: $35,400     Tickets are on sale from ...

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APNAR, Martha

Passed away peacefully with her family by her side at the Lady Dunn Health Centre on Monday, March 15, 2021, at the age of 91 years. Martha is now reunited with her beloved husband Ciril and her daughter Bridget. Adored and caring mother of Anne Marie Tauvette and Nina Cliffe (Bob). Proud grandmother of Jason and Stephanie (James), Jack and ...

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Between the Covers-March 15th

The library is open to the public.  Patrons must wear a face mask and hand sanitizer must be used upon entering.  If patrons cannot wear a face mask we are happy to continue curbside pickup but a proper mask covering face, nose and chin must be worn.  Face shields alone will not be permitted.  Also, patrons must check in at ...

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WAVS & Senior’s at Risk Committee – Fraud Fighting 101

The Competition Bureau of Canada has published The Little Black Book of Scams 2nd Edition and it is available online at https://www.competitionbureau.gc.ca/eic/site/cb-bc.nsf/eng/04333.htm. The information is invaluable and should be of interest to virtually everyone.  Over the next few months, WAVS & Senior’s at Risk Committee will be publishing information regarding one type of scam each week with all of the ...

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Comité WAVS & Senior’s at Risk – Lutte contre la fraude 101

Le Bureau de la concurrence du Canada a publié Le Petit livre noir des escroqueries 2e édition et il est disponible en ligne à https://www.competitionbureau.gc.ca/eic/site/cb-bc.nsf/eng/04333.htm. Les informations sont inestimables et devraient intéresser pratiquement tout le monde. Au cours des prochains mois, WAVS & amp; Le comité des seniors à risque publiera chaque semaine des informations concernant un type d’escroquerie avec ...

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