With names like “Cactus Jack’s Death Valley Chili,” “Yer’ In Trouble Chili,” and “Labourin’ To Eat It Chili” about to be dished out at the third-annual “Great Chili Cookoff” on Friday, chances are there will be no shortage of adventures in taste.
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In an effort to bring home the message of how youth can be spiritual role models, local teens Shaunna Cuthbertson and Amanda Cotterill, together with a delegation of 13 others from Thunder Bay, will have their “day” in church when they lead services at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church here Oct. 18.
It’s been two years since parents and educators were mandated to elect representatives to individual school councils.
But now that it’s time to elect new members, many school councils are finding this round of elections has been much like the first one—low in nominees.
Creating opportunity and pulling Ontarians together is something the Liberals are pledging to do if elected in the next provincial election.
But with a 38 percent recognition rate, the party is working first to raise the profile of leader Dalton McGuinty, who was here Saturday to speak to about 50 supporters during a luncheon at the Red Dog Inn.
After 14 months of hard work, some members of the Boreal West Round Table are fuming over the lack of response they received from the province on a final report they didn’t see—even though it was a report they supposedly endorsed.
Chances are when my child used a car seat 13 years ago, it would not have protected her from serious injury in a car accident. Although I didn’t know it then, I most likely had not installed it correctly.
Luckily, I never had to find out the hard way how dangerous my ignorance was.
Results from a weekend seat belt count by the Rainy River Valley Safety Coalition, together with a 24-hour “Operation Impact” blitz campaign by the local OPP, indicate most drivers and their passengers are complying with the law.
A lit cigarette in the hand of someone sleeping. A wok fire out of control in the kitchen. A coffee maker left “on” while the family is at school and work.
Every year, these three leading causes of fires are responsible for the better part of 67,000 blazes in Canadian homes.
A group of 15 Chileans arrived in Rainy River District last week to see the Voyageur Panel OSB mill in Barwick.
Hosted by Boise Cascade, last Tuesday’s visit was an integral part of the company’s plan to build an OSB mill in Puerto Montt, Chile.
What started out as an idea from a friend came to fruition Monday as the Emo Community Children’s Chorus met for their first rehearsal at St. George’s Anglican Church.
Two boys and 18 girls, hailing from Crozier to Stratton and ranging in age from eight to 13, have signed up under choir director Renée Martin, a recent graduate of Lakehead University in Thunder Bay.