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Sun, snow and stories at Manitouwadge Frosty Days Festival 2022

Sun, snow and stories at Manitouwadge Frosty Days Festival 2022

Manitouwadge residents participate in outdoor fun at Manitouwadge Frosty Days Festival 2022.
A warm welcome: Manitouwadge Frosty Days Festival’s opening ceremonies

A warm welcome: Manitouwadge Frosty Days Festival’s opening ceremonies

Manitouwadge Frosty Days Festival has begins!
<b>Inspire:</b> Virtual cooking show helps students cope with at-home learning

Inspire: Virtual cooking show helps students cope with at-home learning

Grade 5 and 6 students at St. Joseph Catholic High School take making their own lunch to a new level.
Curling is back in the house in Manitouwadge

Curling is back in the house in Manitouwadge

Single drop-in games will be offered for the 2022 curling season.
<b>Let's Eat:</b> Station Four on the North Shore – There’s always something new, just around the bend

Let's Eat: Station Four on the North Shore – There’s always something new, just around the bend

Things are always on the move at Station Four on the North Shore and it’s chef Shelley Simon’s love of change that keeps thing fresh and exciting.
Frosty Days are coming to Manitouwadge

Frosty Days are coming to Manitouwadge

Frosty Days 2022 begins on Friday, Feb. 18.
Trapping in Manitouwadge

Trapping in Manitouwadge

John Lavoie has been trapping for most of his life.
Northern Trails Ski Club of Manitouwadge – A cross country skiing adventure <b>(7 photos)</b>

Northern Trails Ski Club of Manitouwadge – A cross country skiing adventure (7 photos)

The clubhouse is now open for the 2022 season on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 to 4 p.m.
<b>Inspire:</b> SNCDSB’s Rodney Wawia wins gold at Skills Ontario competition <b>(Video)</b>

Inspire: SNCDSB’s Rodney Wawia wins gold at Skills Ontario competition (Video)

Congratulations to Rodney Wawia of St. Hillory Catholic School who won the Gold medal at the regional level of the competition from Far Northern Ontario for the Skills Ontario’s Junk Drawer Races 2021-22.
Marathon mayor voices frustration with rescheduling of Joint Review Panel

Marathon mayor voices frustration with rescheduling of Joint Review Panel

Mayor Rick Dumas expresses displeasure with Marathon’s Palladium Copper Mine Joint Panel Review public hearings rescheduling, but he is looking forward to the Palladium Copper Mine project starting this upcoming fall.
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