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Batteries can cause fires too

Elliot Lake’s Fire Chief is not stating definitively that batteries caused the fire at the landfill last week, but he does say they pose a fire risk. In a press release, Chief John Thomas reminds everyone that disposing of rechargeable batteries in regular garbage poses a fire risk. He says batteries...

Preparing for the Solar Eclipse along the North Shore

April 8th is a day off from school for children due to the solar eclipse and a local area observatory is preparing the public for the event. David Doherty and Carolyn Wood, owners of Dortwood Observatory in Webbwood, say they will be hosting two information sessions for the public on...

School busing cancelled for Algoma, Sudbury and Manitoulin Districts

Due to the forecast of imminent freezing rain, ice pellets, and the risk of flash freezing and in the interest of safety, all school-related transportation services for the Algoma, Sudbury and Manitoulin Districts including Espanola and Massey have been canceled. The schools will remain open and staff is expected to...

Mantha’s Northern Ontario Travel Grant bill defeated

Algoma Manitoulin MPP Mike Mantha’s Bill 13, the Northern Health Travel Grant Advisory Committee Act, was defeated by a vote of 32 to 73 at second reading. Mantha says the bill would have struck a committee of healthcare providers and patients from Northern Ontario to make recommendations to improve the...

Public comment sought on safety booms for local dams

Vale says it has made submissions to the Navigable Waters Registry for new safety booms and relocation of others on five local dams on the Spanish and Vermillion rivers. According to the company, public comment is being sought on the five: Big Eddy, High Falls 1 and 2, Nairn Falls and...

Cambrian College and Rainbow District School Board host local skills competition

Every year, Team Sudbury travels to Toronto to compete in Skills Ontario with this year’s competition beginning February 28th in Sudbury. Alison Caruso, Cambrian’s manager of student recruitment, says Cambrian College and Rainbow District School Board will host the local skills event at Cambrian’s main campus with more than 300...
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