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The Ontario Energy Board is reviewing plans to amalgamate two natural gas companies.Enbridge and Union Gas a proposing to become a single entity.Calgary-based Enbridge merged with Spectra Energy last...

Post date: December 08, 2017

It's one of the last Celebrations of Canada's 150 birthday.Today is Canada 150 Skate Day.Debbie Novak is with the Keewatin Figure Skating Club and Triple Play and says if you don'thave...

Post date: December 08, 2017

A split for the Beaver Brae Broncos in their first NorWOSSA court sport action of theseason.The Bronco senior boys basketball team dropped a 71-58 decision to Fort Frances yesterday afternoon.The...

Post date: December 08, 2017

The Thomas Aquinas court sport teams managed to sweep Atikokan in all four games played yesterday.The Saints senior boys basketball team earned a 72-33 win over the Voyageurs, while the T.A. junior...

Post date: December 08, 2017

A tough start for Beaver Brae's boys hockey team at the Victoria Inn Boys High School Tournament in Brandon.The Broncos opened the round robin last night with a 9-0 loss at the hands of the...

Post date: December 08, 2017

It could soon cost you more to catch a taxi in town.That's if Co-ot Taxi has it's way.Eric Lovas from Co-ot made a deputation to council asking for an increase in their base rate from $4.75...

Post date: December 08, 2017

École Ste-Marguerite Bourgeoys is welcoming a new Vice Principal.Hilary Aitken will be transitioning into the role in the new year.Phyllis Eikre Director of Education for the KCDSB says she brings a...

Post date: December 08, 2017

The provincial government is taking a new approach to catching those responsible for poaching in the province.Conservation officer Ron Arnold says they've set up an online history of unsolved...

Post date: December 08, 2017

The Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service is investigating a death in the Cake Lake First Nation.Earlier this week NAPS requested help from the OPP surrounding a death investigation that involved two people...

Post date: December 07, 2017

With advancements in technology made in the forest sector, the Forest Producers Association of Canada is optimistic about the future of the industry in northwestern Ontario.CEO Derek Nighbor says...

Post date: December 07, 2017

Kenora MP Bob Nault says he's extremely pleased to see Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act, pass in the House of Commons.The Liberal says the time has come to regulate the legal sale of marijuana,...

Post date: December 07, 2017

The president of the Confederation College says he's not surprised that just over 400 domestic students at the college decided to ask for a full tuition refund as the result of the five week...

Post date: December 07, 2017

Kenora City council says it's committed to subsidizing transit service, but users of the system are also going to have to pay more.Council is expected to approve a tender from First Canada for a...

Post date: December 07, 2017

Preventing fires on First Nations communities is the goal of a new campaign by the Nishnawbe Aski Nation.  They're unveiling the 'Amber's Fire Safety Campaign', named after...

Post date: December 07, 2017

The cost of policing the City of Kenora is expected to go up next year.Initial figures posted by the OPP show the budget for the Kenora Detachment will be about 5.7 million dollars in 2018, up about...

Post date: December 07, 2017

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