With word that the doctor shortage in Rainy River has been alleviated, the Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board passed a resolution last Thursday to suspend payment by municipalities of a supplemental levy for extra ambulance coverage.
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A local committee of stakeholders is recommending the old Rainy Lake Hotel be demolished and redeveloped as a “Mainstreet Market Square.”
The preliminary plans were unveiled at a public meeting last Wednesday night at the Legion.
Kenora-Rainy River MPP Sarah Campbell said the Ontario government once again is wasting taxpayers dollars because of Northern Development and Mines minister Rick Bartolucci’s refusal to take a proactive approach to work with First Nations and mining companies in Ontario’s north.
The Ontario government is taking strong action to help eliminate the shock many consumers get from opening their cellphone and wireless services bills.
The province is introducing legislation to make it easier to understand the costs and terms of wireless services agreements while ensuring service providers are upfront with information before contracts are signed.
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With the second phase of reconstruction set to begin on Third Street East next week, the public is welcome to attend a pre-construction meeting scheduled for tomorrow (April 12) at 7 p.m. at the Civic Centre.
The regular monthly meeting of the Rainy River District School Board was held April 3 at Donald Young School in Emo.
At the meeting, the board received a presentation on last year’s Young Women’s Conference as well as one on Challenge 2011.
The 12th-annual Young Women’s Conference was held last May 27-29 at Luther Village near Sioux Narrows.
Residents of communities in Northern Ontario have been very outspoken in recent days at the joint decision by the Ontario government and Ontario Northland Transportation Commission to dissolve the services of the financially-strapped carrier, and what this will mean for the communities that have relied on its services for nearly a century.
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Ontario students, who hope to find a summer job they love, will have a chance to be their own boss this summer thanks to the Summer Company program.
Summer Company is a unique program which assists young entrepreneurs with starting and running their own eight- to 12-week business over the summer.
Town council is getting rid of both the Children’s Complex and Recreation Advisory committees due to lack of public interest.
In a report from Community Services manager George Bell received by council Monday night, he noted town clerk Glenn Treftlin recently had completed another round of advertising for vacant committee appointments to a variety of advisory committees.
A public meeting to discuss a local committee’s recommendation regarding future use of the vacant Rainy Lake Hotel is scheduled for next Wednesday (April 18) at 7 p.m. at the Legion here.