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Cochrane natural gas plant getting government money for study

The Ministry of Energy has announced a $100,000 grant for HydroMega Services, the owners of a natural gas power plant in Cochrane. The money will be used to conduct a feasibility study to upgrade the 27-megawatt facility to include renewable generation, low carbon hydrogen production and storage. Energy minister Todd Smith...

Angus calls on Liberals to extend CEBA deadlines

Charlie Angus is calling on the Prime Minister to give businesses more time to sort out The Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) repayment plans, and to extend the deadline for applying for exemptions. CEBA came to light during the COVID-19 pandemic, offering businesses interest-free loans backed by the federal government...

Notre Dame Hospital Foundation in Hearst raising money for life saving software during radiothon

The Moose FM Community Cares Radiothon is less than two weeks away….on Friday, Dec. 8 from 6 am to 6 pm. The Radiothon raises money for healthcare projects at Notre Dame Hospital in Hearst and Sensenbrenner Hospital in Kapuskasing. Notre Dame Hospital Foundation coordinator Francine Laberge says they want to raise...

Paying for parking downtown supports the Kap Food Bank

The Kapuskasing Food Bank will be getting help from the town’s parking meters starting today. That program which began in 2014 allows you to help the food bank by just paying for parking until December 15th. This year the campaign has been extended to three weeks to help the...

Bourgouin receives support of his private members bill

The group Truckers for Safer Highways has come out in support of the private members bill for the MPP of Mushkegowuk James Bay. During a press conference this morning, co-founder Travis McDougall says there is no reason why the province shouldn’t adopt Guy Bourgouin’s proposed law that would make it...

Hearst resident charged after OPP execute search warrant

A 34 year old Hearst woman is up on numerous charges following an Ontario Provincial Police execution of a search warrant at a Hearst hotel room on Tuesday morning. During the investigation police seized drugs suspected to be methamphetamine, crystal meth, fentanyl, hydromorphone, and a quantity of Canadian cash. The...
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