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Boreal Wildlands Project near Hearst gets $10 million from TD Securities

The National Conservancy of Canada is receiving $10 million from TD Securities to help on the ground conservation work of the Boreal Wildlands Carbon Project near Hearst. NCC President and CEO Catherine Grenier says she’s thrilled that the organization and TD Securities are working together on a positive carbon-neutral future. The...

The end is near for Cambridge Ave. reconstruction

The teeth-rattling, coffee-spilling ride on Cambridge Ave. in Iroquois Falls will soon be but a memory. The stretch from Synagogue Ave. to Victoria Rd. has been undergoing reconstruction this summer.  Public works director Joel Cyr says all the equipment should be demobilized by the end of next week. All that’s left...

Cochrane meet the candidates event set

UPDATE THURS., SEPT. 29: Louvelle says the event will be livestreamed on the Board of Trade Facebook page. The Cochrane Board of Trade has set next Thursday, September 29th as a chance for voters to hear directly from the candidates for mayor and town councillor. President Frank Louvelle will moderate the...

Snowmobile club wants used snowmobile, raises enough money for new one

It took a lot of work over the summer  -- snowmobilers call it the off-season – and directors of the Jackpine Snowmobile Club from Iroquois Falls can’t believe how well they did. Director Carmen Girard says that using several methods, the club was able to smash through its $15,000 target...

Thousands celebrate the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II in Ottawa

It was as if the late Queen Elizabeth II was smiling down upon the Nation’s Capital. If the weather forecast was to be believed, it was almost certain that it would be raining non stop during the National Commemorative Ceremony for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. However, as the morning...

United in hockey

During a home opener ceremony prior to Friday's NOJHL game in Cochrane, the host Cochrane Crunch and visiting Timmins Rock gathered at centre ice for a moment silence in memory of Eli Palfreyman. The 20-year-old captain of the Ayr Centennials of the Greater Ontario Hockey League collapsed in the dressing...
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