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Road Maintenance Motion Today

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MPPs will debate and vote on a motion introduced by Kenora-Rainy River MPP Sarah Campbell calling for the establishment of a Select Committee to review Ontario’s winter road maintenance contracts. The motion comes after significant public outcry over worsening winter road conditions across Northern Ontario. The discussion on the motion will begin around 12:45 with voting to take place later this afternoon.

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 April 2014 07:23
 

Spring Bear Hunt in the News Again

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The province’s spring bear hunt is back in the news today. Animal Alliance of Canada and Zoocheck Canada are announcing legal action in response to the province’s decision to reopen the spring bear hunt. The two groups will be making their legal filings public at a press conference this morning in Toronto.

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 April 2014 07:22
 

Moonbeam Gallery Hosts NOAA Showing

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The Northern Ontario Artists Association show will be in Moonbeam beginning today. According to Debbie Rousson one of the artists and member of the board she says that this year’s show is an amazing experience. Local artists Denise Dufour and Rejanne D’Amours have works in this year’s competition. Dufour has also won an award. Rousson invites everyone to come to the Moonbeam Art Gallery today for the opening of this year’s show. The show also includes artists from Cochrane's art club.

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 April 2014 07:21
 

ACR Recieves One Year Repreve

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With news that the government will provide funding to maintain passenger service on the Algoma Central Railway for another year, Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing MP, Carol Hughes is chastising the government for creating a crisis in the first place. She says that the government knew that CN wouldn’t continue the service without a subsidy but the government created a crisis that reached the 11th hour before resolving it. Hughes predicts that given enough time, stakeholders will find a long term solution that will create a climate of stability for businesses, communities, and property owners that benefit from the service.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 April 2014 05:59
 
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