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Two EV charging stations open at Kap’s Welcome Centre

After several months of delay, two electric vehicle charging stations are now available at Kapuskasing’s Welcome Centre. General Manager of Economic Development Paul Nadeau says there were supply chain issues that created the problems. He adds that there are two level three ports which are rare for the north. Timmins and...

Nellie Lake flooding and the prospect of your house collapsing into a watery pit

With the water level at an all-time high, Nellie Lake homeowner Daryl Smith and a couple hundred of his neighbours are facing potential disaster. He says the worries include the loss of their homes and their lake frontage, and the inundation of wells and septic systems causing lake pollution. Smith says...

Ontario implements Restricted Fire Zone at midnight

The natural resources and forestry ministry is implementing a Restricted Fire Zone effective at midnight Wednesday. Fire information officer Amy Peltonen  says it covers the ministry’s northeast and northwest regions and part of the southern region. Under an RFZ, the use of open flame for a campfire or debris burning is...

Fire Marshal’s Office and OPP investigate apartment fire

The Ontario Fire Marshal’s Office and Ontario Provincial Police are investigating a fire at 13 Richmond Street in Kapuskasing on Monday after 9 pm. Fire chief Pat Kennedy says the fire was contained to the top apartment. Kennedy says 12 families were displaced from the blaze and won’t be allowed...

Kapuskasing teenage weightlifter heading to two major competitions

A 17-year old Kapuskasing girl has a lot to be proud of in the sport of weightlifting. Naza Grant will be competing at a Commonwealth event in India later this summer and will soon be off to the Canadian Junior Nationals in Montreal. Grant says she got involved in the...

Nellie Lake flooding: Aurora Twp. doesn’t meet standard for provincial emergency

Timiskaming-Cochrane MPP John Vanthof says he has contacted the natural resources and municipal affairs ministers about the flooding at Nellie Lake. And the New Democrat says Conservative natural resources minister Graydon Smith agrees that something must be done to lower the water level. While a municipal state of emergency is in...
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