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Motorcyclist dies in Hwy. 11 collision

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HARLEY (Staff) – Police say investigation is continuing into a collision last week that left an Etobicoke motorcyclist dead. Daryl Smith, 50, was pronounced dead at hospital after the July …

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Northern Ontario News - The Temiskaming Speaker - Rod Inglis Memorial Earlton Steam & Antique Show

A STEAMY PAST

More than a century after its manufacture, the Sawyer-Massey steam engine is still chugging away. John Brown of North Bay made some minor adjustments to the 1896 powerhouse on display …

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MOVING EXPERIENCE

The recently-held Get Moving Temiskaming event attracted hundreds of people to the New Liskeard waterfront near the Algonquin Beach ballpark. The event was sponsored by the Timiskaming Active Living Collaborative …

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Twenty Questions with Jarret Larabie

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter This week’s Twenty Questions features an interview with Royal Canadian Army Cadet, Algonquin Regiment Jarret Larabie. He won the Outstanding Cadet Award five years in a …

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A dream comes true

Million-dollar milestone reached for Community Cancer Care program Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter NEW LISKEARD — How many people put forth the hard work needed to raise a million dollars… then …

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TORCH RUN SUCCESS

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The annual Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Ontario was held on June 18 in New Liskeard. From the left in the front row are Temiskaming Detachment Constable Marc …

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CIBC thinking pink

Northern Ontario News - The Temiskaming Speaker - CIBC Run for the Cure

TEMISKAMING SHORES (Special/Staff) – The New Liskeard CIBC branch is in the pink as it raises money for breast cancer research. It’s supporting the CIBC Run for the Cure. The …

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Letter to the Editor

Not enough known about wind power Dear Editor, Kathleen Wynne has sent the wind power developers to the unorganized and Crown lands of the North where there will be little …

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From the Editor’s Desk

Survivor Diaries The book The Temiskaming Speaker has been putting together on the stories told over the past two decades from World War II veterans is now nearing completion. The …

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From the Editor’s Desk

These Stories With this issue yours truly notes the 30th year anniversary of being the editor of The Temiskaming Speaker. To mark the occasion, the following list of the top …

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Learning to Sail

Northern Ontario News - The Temiskaming Speaker - Temiskaming Shores Sailing School

Sailing School teaches lifelong love of sailing Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES — Children between the ages of 8 and 16 years enrolled in the July Temiskaming Shores Sailing …

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Sport Shorts

Owning the Podium The upcoming 2016 Rio de Janiero summer Olympic games could prove the best for Canadian athletes, judging by our outstanding performance at the 2015 Pan Am Games. …

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Sports Digest

STATO GOLF The fourth annual South Temiskaming Active Travel Organization’s (STATO) Mixed Scramble Par 3 Golf Tournament, Steak Dinner and Social is Saturday, July 25. This fun tournament takes place …

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Equipment failure blamed for outage

TEMISKAMING SHORES (Staff) – An equipment failure has been blamed for an outage earlier this week that left much of southern Temiskaming without power. The problem was traced to coil-like …

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Sweltering heat

Northeastern Ontario’s heat wave raises health concerns Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter DISTRICT — Summer’s here and the living is easy. After an unusually cold, harsh winter, many people living in …

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Attention readers

Has any published Veteran’s story been left out? DISTRICT (Staff) –The Temiskaming Speaker is nearing completion of a book containing the stories we’ve told over the past two decades with …

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MPs tout summer job funding

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – South Temiskaming accounts for about a third of the young people in Nipissing-Timiskaming with summer jobs through a federal wage subsidy program. About …

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Hydro generation initiative

First Nations, Latchford and Coleman partner on project Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter LATCHFORD — The Communities of Montreal River Hydro Initiative held a public meeting in Latchford Thursday, July 9 …

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Hotel, clinic considered for New Liskeard property

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – The property slated for a new medical clinic in New Liskeard may also house a hotel. Pro-Nor Developments of North Bay has proposed …

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Minister warns against change

Conservatives tout enriched benefits program Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – As the first cheques for an enriched federal family benefit reach mailboxes and bank accounts this week, some …

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City of Temiskaming Shores backing regional positions

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – The city is joining its counterparts in the District of Cochrane in backing a proposal to build a rail line to the mineral-rich …

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Latchford concludes five-year debt

Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter LATCHFORD — The Latchford budget was passed at the town’s regular council meeting Tuesday, May 19. Councillor Theo Cull, who is chair of the finance committee …

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