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Hunters fined over $10,000 for poaching moose

Hunters fined over $10,000 for poaching moose

A bull moose was shot in the dark from a moving vehicle.
LETTER: Calling forest fire workers ‘heroes’ while not changing job conditions adds insult to injury

LETTER: Calling forest fire workers ‘heroes’ while not changing job conditions adds insult to injury

If Minister Smith is sincere about mitigating the risk of forest fires, he needs to use the power he already has.
Northwestern Ontario museum showcases over 100 years of history

Northwestern Ontario museum showcases over 100 years of history

Featuring a multitude of catalogued items and images from the 'fightingest town in the North,' the Nakina Museum - now in its 20th year - is opening its doors once again to members of the public.
Commemorative plaque celebrates legacy of Canadian Coast Guard ship

Commemorative plaque celebrates legacy of Canadian Coast Guard ship

'This ship has come home to stay and will be here for people to enjoy and to learn about for many, many years,' Patty Hajdu said.
GALLERY: Day two of Country on the Bay brings out people of all ages

GALLERY: Day two of Country on the Bay brings out people of all ages

Steelworkers Union wants an audience with Ford over Terrace Bay Mill

Steelworkers Union wants an audience with Ford over Terrace Bay Mill

The Steelworkers’ union calls on Premier Doug Ford to save Terrace Bay’s Mill.
VIDEO: Blake and Gwen steal the show at Country on the Bay

VIDEO: Blake and Gwen steal the show at Country on the Bay

Thousands came out for the second day of Country on the Bay.
First Nations ownership group acquires a new partner

First Nations ownership group acquires a new partner

The First Nations include Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug, Kasabonika Lake, Wapekeka, Nibinamik, Wunnumin Lake, Kingfisher Lake, Neskantaga and the Landmark Group.
Mystery solved. North-West Mounted Police officer's unmarked grave identified in Northern Ontario cemetery

Mystery solved. North-West Mounted Police officer's unmarked grave identified in Northern Ontario cemetery

In 1888 Cst. William Sache moved to the North Bay area and became a pioneer resident in Widdifield Twp serving on the Twp council and school board. He died on the 17th of February 1924 and was buried in Union Cemetery in an unmarked grave
Testing day to raise awareness, educate about HIV/HVC

Testing day to raise awareness, educate about HIV/HVC

Elevate NWO is collaborating with the Red Rock Indian Band as part of the Ontario Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Strategy to provide discrete testing and share information - including fun giveaways and free food.
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