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Angus calls out grocery companies over price gouging they blame on inflation

Last week, Timmins-James Bay NDP MP Charlie Angus took a shot in the House of Commons at high gas prices.  This week, it’s what he calls grocery stores going through the roof. He noted there are claims that Vladimir Putin’s illegal war in Ukraine is driving fears of global food...

Johanne Baril to seek third term as Val Rita-Harty Mayor

The mayor of Val Rita-Harty hopes three times is a charm in the fall. Johanne Baril says she will run for a third term in October’s municipal election. “There is much to be done and a lot is on the plate,” she said. “I just want to make sure that...

Reading bingo returns to Kap Public Library

The Kapuskasing Public Library’s reading bingo is back for another summer. CAO Julie Latimer says about 30 children participated last year by carrying out various tasks on the bingo card. “Some of them include read a book about a dinosaur, or read a book about a young sibling,” she said....

Hearst Rotary Club marking Canada Day with full day of activities

The Hearst Rotary Club has a complete day of Canada Day activities. It includes a beer fest during the afternoon for the adults, face painting, and crafts for families. In the evening there’s live music followed by fireworks at 11 pm. Rotary Club President Marjolaine Talbot-Lemaire says this year...

Archibald suspended by AFN board

A war of words of the “she said, they said” variety has broken out at the highest level of the Assembly of First Nations. National Chief RoseAnne Archibald of the Taykwa Tagamou First  Nation outside Cochrane has been suspended by the executive committee and national board of directors. It involves what...

DSB1 makes feminine hygiene products available in its schools

The Director of Education for the English Public School Board in our region says it’s taken a lead role in giving girls proper access to feminine hygiene products. Lesleigh Dye says the board changed its practice five years ago so it could be more inclusive. Each school was allowed...
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