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Eight Rock Box CrossFit Kapuskasing athletes competed at “WODktoberfest” last October in Orleans and two of them brought home 3rd place.
For many Canadian shoppers, the convenience, safety and security of online shopping is an attractive alternative to busy malls and packed parking lots
At its last regular meeting of the year held on December 7, 2013, the trustees of the Conseil scolaire catholique de district des Grandes Rivières hav
The Caisse populaire of Kapuskasing announces that its automatic teller machine (ATM) situated in one of the Model City Mall entrance will not be func
At a recent meeting of Cochrane’s town council, a report was presented by the Department of Protective Services to re-evalute the designated smoking a
Over 20 volunteers gathered at the Kapuskasing Airport on Saturday morning anxiously awaiting the arrival of private pilot Robert Duval of Toronto.
The Porcupine Health Unit is reporting the first case of influenza A in the Cochrane District. This first case was identified Monday in an infant resi
Centre de Loisirs’ Galerie Paquin has changed gears for this month’s art exhibition by highlighting the artistic – and functional - woodworkings of lo
From ‘shy and quiet’, to singing for the world, a lot has changed in the last eight years for Ireland Godard.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s visit to Timmins for the first Northern Ontario Leaders’ Forum included a commitment to quarterly meetings between he
The province wants Ottawa to share the cost of installing transportation infrastructure within the Ring of Fire.
The Kathleen Wynne era is being hailed as a new beginning for the provincial Liberals.
Join Sun Media's Rita DeMontis live as she tours the St. Jacobs Farmer's Market and explores the new building that will house vendors who were displaced by the tragic 2013 Labour Day fire.
Canada Post announced Wednesday it will stop delivering mail door-to-door to homes in cities, and instead use community mailboxes.
The Ontario Appeal Court has paved the way for Michael Rafferty to fight his first-degree murder conviction in the 2009 slaying of eigh