Shaw Direct and Spacek's Audiotronics announced a sponsorship plan for the local KidSport chapter in Kapuskasing on Jan.23.
With four games to go in their regular season schedule, the Kapuskasing Lachance Construction Flyers’ playoff hopes were officially put to bed on Sunday.
January is Rotary Awareness Month – emphasizing the importance of Rotary information to club members and awareness of Rotary in the community.
The much vaunted Ring Of Fire mining development is bogged down in bureaucratic studies along with bickering over where to build a new road, or rail link.
Claims of lack of federal transfer payments, innovation, workforce development, and poor engagement from FedNor.
Twenty-five third-year medical students will be visiting Kapuskasing and taking part in the annual Comprehensive Community Clerkship Winter retreat on Jan.30-31.
The Honourable Greg Rickford, announced an investment last week to help support jobs, growth and prosperity in the Hearst region.
With the Federal Government’s one-year funding extension set to expire March 31, stakeholders sent a follow-up letter to Transport Minister Lisa Rait.
Eleven of 49 municipal meetings investigated by Ontario Ombudsman Andre Marin last year were found to have illegally excluded members of the public.
The case involving a 14-year-old Cité des Jeunes student, who allegedly comprised a “hit list” of sorts, is set for trial on Apr. 23.
Tim Hortons handed out pink slips to an unspecified number of employees on Tuesday.
The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences is revealing today from Toronto the artists in the running for the 44th annual Juno Awards.
The daughter of the late comedienne Joan Rivers has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against the New York outpatient clinic that treated her.
Premier Kathleen Wynne has agreed to meet with Elections Ontario officials.