The ice was hot on Jan.15 at the Kap RCC as the Kapusaksing Dufour Waste Disposal Flyers took on the North Bay Trappers in a rough game of hockey that saw the Flyers triumph 4-3.

Flyers take three of four points

The Kapuskasing Dufour Waste Disposal Flyers continue to increase their total points in the Great North Midget League standings, as the local club took three of a possible four points in a pair of games against the first- place North Bay Trappers this past weekend.

Justin Trudeau. (Etienne Oliveau/Getty Images)

Justin Trudeau booed in Edmonton

While Hayley Wickenheiser may have appreciated the sendoff Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave her during her retirement ceremony ahead of the Edmonton Oilers-Calgary Flames game Saturday night, not everyone in the audience was that ecstatic.

Peter Brooks, 76, was found guilty last month of second-degree murder in the death of 72-year-old Jocelyn Dickson. The attack took place at the Wexford Residence in Toronto’s east end, court heard. (POSTMEDIA/FILES)

Senior gets life in prison

A Toronto senior who used his cane to kill a fellow long-term care home resident more than three years ago has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 10 years.

Photo, left to right:  Groomer operators--Randy Wiebe, Jeff Leach, Chris Keyes. Missing--Côme Leclerc, Roman Kowalski.

Kap Nordic Skiers say “THANKS”

As a result of funds raised at the 2015 and 2016 Kap Gives Back Charity Hockey Tournaments, the Kap Nordic Skiers have been able to purchase a new Ginzu Groomer and a new snow machine for the club.

Naveah Johnshon, Charlie Laforce, and Tristan Linteau begin their planning for the day's challenge during the Kapuskasing Lego Club's first meeting of the new year.

Encouraging creativity in youth

A new club in Kapuskasing is bringing youth together in order to foster and encourage creativity and play each week at Coeur du Nord's library on Sunday afternoons.