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It's Fraud Prevention Month in Canada.A questionnaire paid for by the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada indicates one in three people fall victim to some type of financial fraud.Credit...

The Ministry of Natural Resources is looking for the culprits responsible for shooting two moose on Highway 105 just south of Perreault Falls.The animals were shot either late in the evening on...

If you think the month of February was bitterly cold, you are right!CKDR Meterologist Bill Laidlaw says a pool of arctic air covered the entire region.Laidlaw says the average temperature was -20.3...

Aboriginal delegates are coming from a roundtable on missing and murdered Indigenous women in Ottawa Friday with a sense of optimism. While there has been no agreement to hold a national inquiry...

A step forward for the development of the Ring of Fire in northern Ontario.Ontario's Minister of Northern Development and Mines Michael Gravelle and Canada's Natural Resources Minister Greg...

Local leaders are once again calling for changes at the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation.Terrace Bay Mayor Jodi Davis says the tax assessment process for towns with large industrial and...

Over 55 businesses and organizations from across Northern Ontario will take part in a mining showcase this week.The Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada's International Convention...

Looking for a job or a change of scenery?The Kenora District Services Board is holding a Job Fair in Dryden, Kenora and Sioux Lookout this week.Life Skills Trainer Dallas Ledsham says the event...

A major step in establishing French Immersion at New Prospect School in Dryden comes Tuesday.A registration session is being held at the school from 5:30 until 7.Principal Deanna Pachecco is excited...

 The Kenora District Services Board has seen a dramatic increase in land ambulance calls.The KDSB is reporting an 11% increase between 2013 and 2014 and officials don't expect to buck the...

Natural Resources Minister Greg Rickford is brushing aside comments made last week by NDP member John Rafferty on the economic benefits of the Keystone XL Pipeline project.The Thunder Bay-Rainy River...

Loblaw is recalling PC Blue Menu brand Bran Flakes Cereal over concerns the product could be contaminated with plastic.The recall affects 775-gram products with best before dates of August 26 of this...

The provincial government is setting up its summer jobs program for students.  Applications are available now.  GTA MPP Han Dong says the province has seen success, noting that since 2004,...

Mines Minister Michael Gravelle is defending the province's mining prospects amid recent findings from the Fraser Institute.The Global Mining Survey ranked Ontario only 9th out of the 12...

Two Lakehead University professors are comparing the creator of a popular '90s tv show to Shakespeare.Philosophy Professor Douglas Rabb and English Prof Michael Richardson have penned a new book...

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