It was said the 2018 provincial election was all about change—and that's precisely what voters delivered.
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After a relatively short “official” campaign, Ontarians head to the polls tomorrow to elect a new government. Will you be among them?
Turnout for provincial elections has been dismal of late. It was just 52.8 percent in 2007 before sinking to a record-low 48.2 percent in 2011. It then crept up slightly to 51.3 percent in the last election held in June, 2014.
Whether vying to be named the “Ultimate Fishing Town" or "Hockeyville," trying to land the "Kraft Celebration Tour," or supporting a local group like the "I am Awesome (And I Know it!)” girls' self-esteem retreat, district residents have answered the call when asked to back an online voting campaign.
A small but vocal group stood by the border crossing here for about a half-hour or so on Friday morning to deliver a very important message: welcome tourists.
It was late in being completed, and cost more than initially estimated, but downtown Fort Frances officially will unveil its newest addition tomorrow.
The grand-opening of the Rainy Lake Square will be a day-long affair, starting with the first “Rainy Lake Market” starting at 9 a.m.
The campaign for the June 7 provincial election kicked off officially today but the race to woo voters has been underway for months by all the parties.
All eyes certainly are focused on the upcoming provincial election, with the campaign expected to get underway officially in the coming days leading up to the June 7 vote.
Barely two weeks after a horrific bus crash on a highway in northern Saskatchewan claimed 16 members of the Humboldt Broncos Junior 'A' hockey team, Canadians are in mourning again after a lunatic in a van mowed down innocent pedestrians walking along Yonge Street in Toronto on a beautiful Monday afternoon.
The Rainy River District Festival of the Performing Arts will put the wraps on its 78th year this Friday with the final performances in the Piano Division. The annual “Highlights Concert,” featuring the best of the best, then will follow on Tuesday, May 8 at 6:30 p.m. at the Townshend Theatre, at which time the various awards—including the prestigious Rose Bowls—are presented.
The lead-up to June's provincial election took another twist with word that local resident Matt Soprovich, who announced in March he was seeking the NDP nomination for Kenora-Rainy River riding, was disqualified from running by party brass in Toronto.