The Matheson detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police is investigating an ATV mishap which took place on Friday afternoon. OPP responded to the scene, ...
UPDATED WEATHER ALERT: Official warnings issued as Niagara ...
Bullet News Niagara
“Eastern and southern Ontario should prepare for the potential impact of Hurricane ... “Objects that can be blown away by wind such as garbage lids, outdoor ...
To all of our fans and friends at Ontario Trails, with the severe weather on its way to our region please stay safe! The south-eastern part of our province will experience severe winds of 60 gusting up to 100 km/h beginning this evening. S...
Zombies Invented In Buffalo?
The event, billed as "The Zombie Parade," and the idea spread to other cities, and in October 2003 the second zombie gathering on record, billed as a "Zombie Walk," was held in Toronto, Ontario. In 2009 Terror Technologies started looking into the ...
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The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs is currently seeking proposals from qualified individuals or organizations to provide project planning, implementation, and administrative oversight for the development of a Responsible Rider Safety Campaign. A copy of the Request for Proposals document can be found here:http://www.ofsc.on.ca/images/stories/About_Us/Opportunities/RFP-Responsible_Rider_Safety_Campaign-12-10-24.pdf
8 DAYS LEFT TO VOTE FOR ANISHINAABE BABAMADIZWIN: A JOURNEY BY CANOE….PLUS STILL A CHANCE UNDER AT-RISK YOUTH COMPETITIONby Mike
Aviva Community Fund: Anishinaabe Babamadizwin: A Journey By Canoe Only about 8 days left to vote in the 2nd round of Aviva Community Fund....currently sitting at 74 votes....if this idea gets at least 500 votes it will still be considered for the At-Risk Youth Grand Prize....so even if doesn't win a place as a SEmi-Finalist in this round or the 3rd and final qualifying round....there is an opportunity to qualify for some funding....so please vote for Anishinaabe Babamadizwin: A Journey By Canoe, http://www.avivacommunityfund.
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