Les élèves du club d’art de l’école secondaire publique Écho du Nord ont participé à un voyage éducatif et culturel à Sudbury le 24, 25 et 26 avril. R
KDHS held their Annual Springfest on May 11.
In this edition of Collectors’ Corner, I though I’d provide you all with some tips to enhance your buying experience.
The benefits of Yoga can be numerous. Yoga can improve flexibility, balance, strength, and stamina. Participants claim that it reduces stress, improve
President of KidSport and Canadian Tire Jumpstart, Linda Millette, was honoured last on May 8, with a hefty cheque of $1,464 from the big hearted stud
Kapuskasing Special Olympians have wrapped up play in two sports recently.
Rising food prices are making Canadians cut back on other expenses and contributing to their generally negative outlook on the economy, a new RBC repo
Council saw the first of many presentations to come from KPMG LLP earlier this month with respect to the firm’s Asset Management Planning for the Mode
It is with great enthusiasm that the Northern Ontario Youth Entrepreneurship introduce, in partnership with Northeastern Ontario CFDC’s, a new pilot p
The Kapuskasing Unit of the M.S Society wishes to thank the community for supporting its recent annual Carnation Campaign.
On April 28th every year there is a gathering at the Monument for Killed and Injured workers in the Kapuskasing Park. The service is to mourn for the
“He was a beautiful person.”
In last week’s edition of The Times in the article ‘Moonbeam Co-operative is open for investment’, it was erroneously stated Épicerie Léonard grocery
CAA North & East Ontario (CAANEO) has once again launched their Worst Roads campaign and Ontarians have until May 31, to vote online for the road, bri
It was quite the birthday present.
Cleanup work pertaining to a spill at Hydromega’s Big Beaver Falls project continues a Ministry of the Environment spokesperson confirmed for The Time
Move over, Neo. Step aside, Highlander. Because it turns out there is another One.