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Board holds firm on hiring stance

Board holds firm on hiring stance

Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board's director of education says schools won't give up right not to involve teachers in internal hiring decisions.
Hydro service swap irks some rural residents

Hydro service swap irks some rural residents

The Ontario Energy Board has asked all Ontario electricity distribution companies to eliminate Long-Term Load Transfer arrangements by the end of June.
Admissions resume for Hogarth Riverview Manor

Admissions resume for Hogarth Riverview Manor

Admissions to Hogarth Riverview Manor will resume Jan. 23.
Paramedics credit Complex lifeguards with saving man's life

Paramedics credit Complex lifeguards with saving man's life

Superior North EMS is crediting two Canada Games Complex lifeguards and their supervisor with saving a man's life performing CPR with a defibrillator.
Basic income guarantee advocates demand action

Basic income guarantee advocates demand action

Protesters gathered outside of Ontario Housing Minister Chris Ballard's Basic Income Guarantee consultation on Thursday evening, demanding the province bypass its proposed pilot project that wouldn't be complete before the 2018 election.
Ontario commits $1.3M to Matawa business development

Ontario commits $1.3M to Matawa business development

Ontario Minister of Housing Chris Ballard announced $1.3 million toward market-based poverty solutions in Matawa First Nations on Thursday. The funds will be applied to business plans and partnerships with the aim of developing local economies in remote Indigenous communities.
Pet of the Week: Sweet Monkey is our Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week: Sweet Monkey is our Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week: Sweet Monkey is our Pet of the Week
Puck drops at Robin’s Tournament

Puck drops at Robin’s Tournament

More than 2,500 hockey players take part in Robin’s Minor Hockey Tournament this weekend.
Protesters disrupt Energy East Pipeline meeting

Protesters disrupt Energy East Pipeline meeting

The Common Voice Northwest Energy East Task Force consultation over what constitutes a "significant water crossing" quickly broke down after protesters who oppose the pipeline conversion took the stage with their own presentation.
Catholic teachers still at contract impasse

Catholic teachers still at contract impasse

No new negotiation sessions have been set in the dispute, that has seen teachers in a legal strike position since last June.