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CMHA locks out workers; they worry about the impact on their clients

Almost 150 unionized employees of the Cochrane-Temiskaming branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association have been locked out. Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) Local 631 president Maggie Wakeford says talks broke down over concessions being demanded by the employer. She says management is only offering a three-percent raise, while...

Opportunity to learn to cope with mourning

Beginning Thursday, February 15th, you can get help to cope with the crushing grief you’re feeling at the loss of a spouse, a child or close friend. Ted Bendell is one of three facilitators for the hybrid in person-online series called “Mourning to Joy”.  It lasts 13 weeks. Bendell says...

New internal study shows town of Kap needs to increase capital works project for watermain repair

An internal study suggests that town of Kap needs to invest more money in the capital works budget to address aging watermain pipes in the community.  Asset management coordinator Jean Francois Philippe made the presentation to town council last night, and noted if the problems are not addressed then...

Labour and delivery room complete and running at Sensenbrenner Hospital

Sensenbrenner Hospital in Kapuskasing now has a spiffy labour and delivery room. The new equipment that included a fetal heart monitor, post-natal family bed, labour and delivery bed and an overhead light has all been recently installed and now working. Project manager Mireille Dubosq says the project was completed in...

Two healthcare organizations receive funding in Kapuskasing

The Kapuskasing Area Family Health Team and the Centre de Sante are getting $355,000 from the province as part of $1.373 million in funding announced today. Centre executive director Denis Beaulac says the two health organizations submitted a proposal together but still awaiting details from Ontario Health of how the...

Hearst town council wants Highway 11 west of community slowed down

Hearst Town Council will be asking the Ontario Ministry of Transportation to reduce the speed at the west entrance of the community on Highway 11. Mayor Roger Sigouin says council would like to see it reduced from the current 90 km/h zone down to at least 70 if not lower. “People...
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