Lake Shore Gold Appoints Ingrid J. Hibbard to Board of Directors
Lake Shore Gold Corp. today announced that Ingrid J. Hibbard has joined the Company's Board of Directors, effective immediately.
Man charged with 15 counts in police chase that ended in Notre Dame lake
Joshua Ringle, 23, was charged Tuesday with nine felonies and six misdemeanors after leading police on a chase that ended a Notre Dame lake.
Blue-green algae closes Lake Tuggeranong
Lake Tuggeranong has been closed amid rising blue-green algae levels.
Two transport aircraft used to help rescue 40 dogs
SANDY LAKE??Chrissy Wade of Sheguiandah recently led a crusade to rescue and find shelter for 40 dogs from Sandy Lake First Nation, thanks to support from the community, the generosity of Manitoulin residents and countless volunteers from across the North.
Island Scottie aims for ?best of best?
LAKE MANITOU?Toulin?s Quite the Spectacle (Spec for short), a two-and-a-half-year-old Scottish terrier from the shores of Lake Manitou near Big Lake, owned and handled by Liz Lewis, is making quite the name for himself on the North American dog show circuit and even has his sights set on the prestigious Westminster Dog Show held each February in New York City.
Marion Seabrook was born on Lake Mindemoya?s Treasure Island and never has a birthplace been more appropriately named for Ms. Seabrook was, over the course of her long life, demonstrably Manitoulin Island?s own ?national treasure.?
Lawsuits against former Vancouver Olympic CEO Furlong in doubt
Case against former Vancouver Olympic CEO John Furlong unravels after one plaintiff drops charges, while another faces new fraud allegations
Woman drops sexual assault allegations, lawsuit against former Olympics CEO John Furlong
Beverly Abraham told the CBC she withdrew the lawsuit after seeking advice from local hereditary chiefs. ?They told me ... just forgive him, and leave him up to God?
Te Waihora restoration project a New Zealand first
When the massive beds of naturally-occurring macrophytes (karep? seed beds) disappeared from Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere in the 1960s, it was a turning point for the quality of the lake?s water.
After fire tears through home, friends deliver gifts, new tree
Santa came in the form of a firetruck full of toys for the Toporcer family this year. After a fire erupted in the ceiling of their Hunlock Creek residence on Dec. 7, the Toporcer family was forced out of their home for the holidays.