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Arbitrator finalizes a new collective agreement for college faculty

Arbitrator finalizes a new collective agreement for college faculty

An arbitrated agreement with Ontario's college faculty will see limited wage increases under Bill 124, but OPSEU says it still included "significant gains."
Tourist outfitters relieved by lifting of COVID-19 border restrictions

Tourist outfitters relieved by lifting of COVID-19 border restrictions

Nature and Outdoor Tourism Ontario is welcoming the decision to lift COVID-19 border restrictions, but warns it will take years for the region's tourism industry to recover.
Implosion of biomass boiler signals end of an era in Fort Frances

Implosion of biomass boiler signals end of an era in Fort Frances

The demolition of the biomass boiler at the former Resolute mill in Fort Frances symbolized the end of its century-long history for local residents.
Missing 16-year-old located.

Missing 16-year-old located.

16-year-old located safe.
NAPS arrests 4 for drug trafficking and possession

NAPS arrests 4 for drug trafficking and possession

Four residents of Sandy Lake First Nation face trafficking and other charges after an investigation by the Nishnawbe Aski Police Service.
Asphalt construction for Memorial Ave and Sandy Beach Road

Asphalt construction for Memorial Ave and Sandy Beach Road

The City of Dryden will be conducting asphalt construction Sept. 26 to Oct. 14
Milestone revenue marks inequitable impact for First Nations communities

Milestone revenue marks inequitable impact for First Nations communities

Although the surrounding First Nations are celebrating Musselwhite’s success and contribution to employment and business opportunities, some leaders raised concerns about the impact on those communities that have yet to be addressed.   
Traffic light repairs start this weekend

Traffic light repairs start this weekend

Duke St Intersections along Hwy 594 will receive traffic light repairs September 23-29.
NOHFC invests in Signature Trail enhancements

NOHFC invests in Signature Trail enhancements

The City of Dryden will NOHFC grant to complete trail enhancements along the riverfront Signature Trail.
Failing to stop for school buses puts children at risk say OPP

Failing to stop for school buses puts children at risk say OPP

OPP received numerous reports of drivers failing to stop for school buses when upper read lights are flashing.