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Run for the Cure fundraising officially underway

Over a million dollars.  That's how much our community has raised for the Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run for the Cure since the event started locally.  The event has grown to be Canada's largest single-day, volunteer-led event to support the fight against breast cancer, according to its website.   Melanie Gainforth has...

FedNor invests $97,500 in Camp Horizon

Camp Horizon is getting nearly $100,000 from the feds to modernize its operations. Marc G. Serré, Nickel Belt MP, announced today that FedNor is investing $97,500 to upgrade infrastructure and help the business become more environmentally sustainable. Provided through the Tourism Relief Fund, the non-repayable investment helped install a septic system. "This...

Heat warning in effect for the area

A heat warning is in effect for our area. Environment Canada says along with temperatures reaching 29 to 31 degrees, we can expect humidex values of 35 to 40. The weather agency says the heat and humidity is expected to continue Tuesday and possibly into Wednesday for some areas. We...

Local ambulance services receive increased financial support

The province's investment in local ambulance services is now $6,740,000. Vic Fedeli, Nipissing MPP, made the announcement today. The funds are going to the District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board (DNSSAB), through the province's Land Ambulance Service Grant. Fedeli says the money will help connect people to emergency care faster. “Increasing...

School buses back on the road on Tuesday

Tuesday is the first day of school and for drivers that means watching for and stopping for the school bus.  “20 years after Adam passed, we still have to ask people to stop for a giant yellow vehicle with red flashing lights and a stop sign that says stop,” says...

Northern Ontario Angels receive $1.8 million in FedNor funding

FedNor funding is supporting more than 100 businesses across the north, including our area, with expansion and modernization.   Over $1.8 million is going to Northern Ontario Angels, a not-for-profit group that links private investors with northern businesses.   The goal is to stimulate investment opportunities in the region.   FedNor says...
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