On January 22, 2016 the James Bay Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) was advised of four Motorized Snow Vehicles (MSV) traveling on a Hearst Airport runway.
An overturned dump truck is to blame for the current power outage.
The James Bay Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) would like to warn the public of an ongoing telephone scam.
The Kapuskasing Economic Development Corporation (KEDC) is hosting an agricultural course to support new farmers.
One of Kapuskasing's oldest churches will be saying farewell to their home of over 88 years on June 1, as its sale was approved earlier in December.
The last snowmobile driver training course of the season will be held at the Kap Sno-Rovers' garage (185 Brunetville Road) on Monday the 22nd and on T
The Kapuskasing Fire Department reported a total of 99 calls during 2015 at the Town Council meeting on Jan.25.
Friday, the President of Collège Boréal, Mr. Pierre Riopel, announced that he will be retiring.
Energie Kapuskasing Energy (EKE) released their quarterly report to the Kapuskasing municipal council on Jan.25.
In his quarterly report to Kapuskasing council at last week's council meeting, facility manager Rock Robitaille noted that there is some ground contam
While there is work remaining on the first portion of the three-laning of Government Rd., it was revealed at last week's council meeting that the muni
The Porcupine Health Unit is reporting the first case of influenza A in the Cochrane District. This first case was identified Jan. 29, in a male child
The Healthy Kids Community Challenge is getting ready for a busy February, with a number of activities on tap.
The Kapuskasing Dufour Waste Disposal Flyers sewed up second-place in the Great North Midget League this past weekend, taking both games of a home-and
A glimpse of the various enterprises and projects under the Kapuskasing Economic Development Corporation (KEDC) was presented to the Kapuskasing munic
Even though the federal government spent the past nine years and more than $5 million fighting Cindy Blackstock.
At 16, Andrew Zaccardo was a talented hockey player, a fast skater and near the top of his league for goals scored while playing for the Midget AA Laval Patriotes.