BURK’S FALLS — Workers locked out of their jobs by the Children’s Aid Society of the District of Nipissing and Parry Sound marched down Ontario Street in Burk’s Falls on Friday morning. Continue reading “Locked-out children’s aid staff picket in Burk’s Falls”
POWASSAN — Having a father who’s an NHL Hall-of-Famer, Stanley Cup champion, and current OHL general manager can usually bring a ton of lofty expectations. For Tyson Gilmour, son of Toronto Maple Leaf legend Doug Gilmour, his famous last name hasn’t been an issue. Continue reading “Powassan Voodoo Tyson Gilmour isn’t impacted by his famous last name”
SUNDRIDGE – The Village of Sundridge council has decided they no longer want to run blind.
Over the course of the next two years council is aiming to establish an Official Plan and Strategic Plan for the village. Continue reading “Sundridge council recommits to establishing Official Plan”
POWASSAN – A major winning streak was snapped on Saturday night in Powassan, while another streak was extended. Continue reading “Depth on display as Powassan stretches streak to 22”
POWASSAN – A slow start and an early first period deficit wasn’t enough to snap the Powassan Voodoos 20 game-winning streak on Monday night. After falling behind 2-0 in the game’s five first minutes the Voodoos notched five unanswered goals and coasted to a 5-2 victory over Kirkland Lake, extending their winning streak to 21. “We came out flat … and they were coming quick,” … Continue reading Powassan Voodoos extend win streak to 21 games
ALMAGUIN – Thousands of dollars in top-up funding will be pulled from South River and Sundridge public schools next year when the Ministry of Education’s revised funding model takes effect. Continue reading “South River and Sundridge schools set to lose $110,000”