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Town of Kap to apply to Connecting Link to fix up Government Road West

The town of Kapuskasing is taking another stab at the province’s connecting link program. Public works general manager Eric Cote says they are applying for a grant for the 2024-2025 year to fix up a two kilometre stretch of highway from Riverside Drive to Bonnieview Road. “And the reason for...

Donations help Angel Tree campaign

The Town of Kap is stepping up to help the Northeastern Ontario Family and Children's Services Angel Tree Campaign. Town Council approved a $1,000 donation on Monday night. That total has already been matched by Northern Ontario Wires. Town employees have also given to the program in the past...

Hearst area graphite mine put on hold

A company that was looking at developing a graphite mine northwest of Hearst near Constance Lake First Nation has put the project on hold. Zentek officials say due to a deteriorating market for battery metals and graphite the project is being shelved until conditions improve. They add the company believes in the...

Kap Winter Wonderland Parade postponed

The Kapuskasing Rotary Club announced via its Facebook page that the Winter Wonderland Parade scheduled for next Sunday, Dec. 3 at  2pm has been postponed until a later date. The organizers stated that due to unforeseen circumstances. No reschedule date has been announced.

Guy Bourgouin’s private members bill to be introduced today

As the fall session of Queen’s Park got underway, the MPP for Mushkegowuk James Bay made a heart-felt introduction of his new private members bill called Chad’s Law. Guy Bourgouin is proposing that Ontario join other provinces in making passing on a solid double line illegal. He says the...

Brunelle Road North complete reopening still two weeks away

It will be a couple of more weeks yet before Brunelle Road North is completely open to traffic. Public Works General Manager Eric Cote says work on one of the main arteries through Kapuskasing is about 95 per cent with an extension near the Enbridge offices being added to tie...
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