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Monday, February 6, 2023

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Au Château faces COVID outbreak and opposition to its COVID measures all at once

Suzanne Gammon Tribune Just before Christmas, a COVID-19 outbreak was declared at Au Château Home for the Aged, forcing the long-term care facility to tighten up...

Foursome save moose from drowning on Manitou Lake

Isabel Mosseler Tribune It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for four local men when, on Thursday, December 27th, north of River Valley, they rescued a cow moose...

Santa Fund dips into reserves to keep up with inflation as donations drop

Food and gift baskets going out this week Christian Gammon-Roy Tribune The West Nipissing Santa Fund volunteers are out this week delivering their yearly Christmas food and...

Food bank struggles with increased costs and demand despite Holiday influx of donations

Christian Gammon-Roy Tribune The Holiday season is one of giving, so it probably comes as no surprise that the West Nipissing Food Bank receives the bulk...

Municipal Affairs report coming in 2023

Town council and staff hope for good advice to avoid past pitfalls Tribune A final report from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH) regarding...

Service Canada reopens local office but just four hours per week

Christian Gammon-Roy Tribune West Nipissing’s Service Canada office has reopened in Sturgeon Falls following a quick move to a new location. The office, which is now...

WN Council highlights

Committee of the Whole meeting held December 20, 2022 Volunteer remuneration to be discussed later Before the agenda was adopted, Coun. Fern Pellerin requested procedural advice...

Twinkle toes in skates

Twinkle the Holiday mascot and the West Nipissing municipal elves have had a very busy December spreading cheer and fun. Twinkle and the elves...

West Nipissing police briefs

Provided by the Ontario Provincial Police Public assistance needed to solve vehicle theft  On December 16, members from the Nipissing West Detachment of the OPP responded...

Red scarves bring HIV/AIDS awareness to WN

Christian Gammon-Roy Tribune Some may have noticed red scarves suddenly appearing on lampposts and landmarks in Sturgeon Falls on December 1st. The scarves were distributed as...
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