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Kapuskasing to still host evacuees in coming weeks

Precautionary evacuations of residents from Kashechewan First Nation to Kapuskasing in the coming weeks will proceed, albeit with some changes. That’s the word from Missanabie Cree First National Business Corporation General Manager Joe Sayers. He says that Missinabie Cree and ISN Maskwa gotten support from the federal government to...

Help for newcomers to Canada available monthly at Cochrane Public Library

Newcomers to Canada living in and around Cochrane have a free resource to help them navigate the immigration process. On the third Wednesday on every month – so this coming Wednesday – the outreach coordinator from the Timmins Multicultural Centre is at the Cochrane Public Library between 10:00am and 3:00pm.. Jaspreet...

Sensenbrenner Hospital CEO says healthcare in Kap is at a `breaking point`

The medical community in Kapuskasing says it’s at a breaking point and not in a position to host forest fire and flood evacuees from the far north. This, as the town is expecting evacuees within the coming weeks. Sensenbrenner Hospital CEO France Dallaire says she doesn’t want to create panic...

Kap Foodbank and Soup Kitchen to benefit from Tim Horton’s Smile Cookies again this year

The Kapuskasing Food Bank and the Warm Belly Soup Kitchen will once again benefit from the proceeds from the Tim Horton’s Smile Cookie campaign. This year the Smile Cookies will be available between April 29 and May 5th. Kitchen coordinator Amanda Rickard was thrilled with the news and knows there’s...

Author Terry West says the north and his hometown provided lots of memories for his books

A northern Ontario author says his hometown provided him with lots of great memories growing up that he’s been able to include it in his books. Hearst native Terry West has penned several books where the early days of the north are featured. He said a well know author and...

Kap town council settles on 11 and a quarter per cent tax increase

An 11 and a quarter per cent tax increase was approved by Kapuskasing Town Council last night. It’s one of the largest increases seen in recent memory. Council first voted against the original proposal of eight per cent, and settled on the new amount after some additional services were...
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