A local man was nominated and won the Lloyd Woods Outstanding Ontario Federation of Snowmobiling Clubs (OFSC) Volunteer of the Year award earlier this year.
With six regulars out the lineup for Saturday night’s game against the first-place Soo Greyhounds, it could have been argued that the Kapuskasing Dufour Waste Disposal Flyers didn’t stand a chance.
Students from Diamond Jubilee Public School (DJPS) and St.Patrick's School gathered at the Kapuskasing District High School (KDHS) in to participate in a Paint and Share event on Nov.18.
On November 22, 2016, at approximately 2:20 p.m., members of the Kapuskasing OPP attempted to initiate a traffic stop for a Highway Traffic Act (HTA) offence on Government Road.
If the provincial government is not prepared to use the threat of additional regulation against the gasoline industry, then the government’s study into how gas prices are set will have been just for show.
On Nov. 11, a sizeable crowd gathered at the Kapuskasing cenotaph for the annual Remembrance Day ceremony, paying tribute to members of the military, who gave their lives for their country.
Kapuskasing unveiled this year's lights in Riverside Park during the annual Festival of Lights celebration held on Nov. 19.
For their first meet of the season, swimmers from the Senior and Intermediate groups travelled to Sudbury for the NEOR Developmental Meet #1.
While he admits some suspensions are well-deserved, Darren Potvin, president of the Kapuskasing Dufour Waste Disposal Flyers, says he feels forward Foster Barrette was slighted this past weekend after being suspended for head contact.