On August 27, 2015, the James Bay Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a report of found aircraft wreckage in a remote area
The Kapuskasing Dufour Waste Disposal Flyers opened training camp this past weekend with record attendance numbers and a lot of competition.
The nomination process for the 2015 Kapuskasing District Chamber of Commerce (KDCC)'s annual Business Awards Gala is now underway.
A local Kapuskasing Army Cadet was one of few across Canada to attend and graduate from a Parachute Course.
The Rotary Club and members of Moose FM will be present in the Circle from dawn until dusk on September 2 and 3 for the annual food drive.
Former Moonbeam resident Daniel Lebrun is reaching out for help to replace his specially retrofitted van (Lebrun is quadriplegic), which was stolen and crashed.
A new report released by Northern Policy Institute recommends that the provincial government reintroduce the spring bear hunt with a non-resident component.
Dufour Waste Disposal and the Kapuskasing Flyers formally solidified their new major sponsorship agreement this past weekend.
The more smoke, the better.
Ontario’s police watchdog has cleared two Ottawa police officers of any wrongdoing in the drowning death of a man wanted in the killing of London teen
Can the Orange Crush wash over Conservative-blue Southwestern Ontario this time?
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The political scrap over the Canada Pension Plan isn’t going Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s way, a new poll suggests.
A Colorado judge sentenced the movie gunman James Holmes to 12 life sentences and the maximum 3,318 years in prison for his rampage in a screening of a Batman film.
A suspect faces numerous charges following a Monday chase in Niagara Falls that began with a Burlington police stop.