TEMAGAMI (Staff) – Four candidates will be on the ballot for next month’s by-election in Temagami to choose a new municipal councillor.Annette Cloutier, Paul Middleton, Marvyn James Morrison and Ron Prefasi are seeking to fill the seat left vacant in March by the resignation of Deputy Mayor John
TEMAGAMI (Staff) – The groundwork for a by-election to fill a vacant seat on Temagami council has begun.The deadline to nominate candidates is July 4.Voting day itself will be August 18.Voters will get ballots in the mail, as has been the practice in Temagami municipal elections.
DISTRICT (Staff/Special) — Nipissing-Timiskaming federal Liberal candidate Anthony Rota says that the launch of the 2015 federal election will cost taxpayers millions of dollars.Governor General David Johnston has been asked by Prime Minister Stephen Harper to dissolve parliament until the next federal election which will take place Monday,
DISTRICT (Staff) — Timmins-James Bay New Democratic Party MP Charlie Angus is optimistic about the possibility that his party can form the next government for Canada.The October 19 federal election campaign was officially called Sunday, August 2, and candidates are lining up and parties are now starting to
Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter DISTRICT — It is now the time after the municipal election when the municipalities work together to elect representatives to the area boards.Timiskaming Health Unit medical health officer and chief executive officer Dr. Marlene Spruyt told The Speaker that some of the municipalities are
Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – The city’s new councillors are eager to begin work.Temiskaming Shores’ elected councillors had a chance to introduce themselves after being sworn in to their new office December 1.Returning councillor Doug Jelly paid tribute to firefighters and the larger community in
Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter The above is a breakdown, by polling station, of the 2014 vote in the City of Temiskaming Shores. As one can
Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter LATCHFORD — An initial discrepancy has been resolved regarding the number of voters who participated in the Latchford municipal election.The town’s returning officer had initially reported that 269 votes were cast in Latchford.However, that number did not match with the fact that the
Kidd back in mayor’s chairDiane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – Incumbent Carman Kidd will return as the city’s mayor after easily outdistancing his two opponents by a vote of almost two to one.He had the support of 2,147 voters, or 64 per cent of the
Most incumbents returned, most municipalities had very low voter turnoutGordon Brock Speaker Editor DISTRICT — On an overcast Monday, October 27, with daytime temperatures hovering around five degrees Celsius, Temiskaming voters turned out in varying degrees of enthusiasm to elect new councils for the 2014-2018 term.