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Civic centre property declared surplus – art centre moves ahead elsewhere in Elliot Lake

Following an in-depth discussion, Elliot Lake council has decided not to rebuild on the former Lester B. Pearson Civic Centre, putting the property up for sale. Council also approved renovations to the former Reel 2 Reel movie theatre at 16 Elizabeth Walk to turn it into a performing art and...

East Algoma OPP is investigating theft of drilling equipment

The theft of thousands of dollars in drilling equipment out of a storage van is being investigated by the East Algoma OPP. Constable Bev Gauthier says officers investigated the theft of drilling equipment valued at over $30,000 on Monday. She says the cube van was parked at MacCallum Road and Highway...

Blind River courthouse to be demolished

Blind River council had looked at various options to save the Blind River courthouse building but, in the end, has decided to go ahead with demolishing it. The building located on Hudson Street was closed back in January of 2020 and suffered severe water damage due to water leaks. The required...

History Day in Kagawong features historians and the Empress of Ireland

Two keynote speakers will be at the Old Mill Heritage Centre’s History Day in Kagawong tomorrow to share the history of the Empress of Ireland. Museum curator Rick Nelson says the Empress was a Scottish-built ocean liner that sank near the mouth of the Saint Lawrence River following a collision...

The GLOBAL REPORT – Throne speech, Ontario budget and more …

Throne Speech The Ford government is acknowledging problems with staffing in the health care industry but there are no new promises to help solve the situation. In yesterday’s throne speech, the government pointed to measures it’s already taken and said it’s working with stakeholders to improve the situation. The speech also promised...

Ford’s Throne Speech light on health care solutions, warns of economic slowdown

The Ontario government’s Throne Speech recognizes that there is pressure on Ontario’s health system but was short on solutions. The speech by the Lieutenant Governor did suggest the government is actively engaging with health system partners to find ideas to combat the issues. In the speech that lays out the priorities...
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