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Help our fire fighters help those in need

Help our fire fighters help those in need

Elliot Lake Fire Services will be out and about for the annual Christmas Food Drive
Northern shooters have a passion for nature, wildlife and the northern lights

Northern shooters have a passion for nature, wildlife and the northern lights

This week's Mid-Week Mugging features the photography of Rainy Lalonde and Richard Boose
Good morning, Elliot Lake!

Good morning, Elliot Lake!

Mainly cloudy skies today are likely to produce some flurries
One artist in residence will create seven school murals

One artist in residence will create seven school murals

Students will be closely involved with artist Mique Michelle in every step of the process, from design to unveiling
Here's the poop on what's going down at the dog park <b>(5 photos)</b>

Here's the poop on what's going down at the dog park (5 photos)

One resident is not impressed with what's not being picked up
Snow squall warning issued for Elliot Lake and area

Snow squall warning issued for Elliot Lake and area

Snow squalls cause weather conditions to vary considerably - changes from clear skies to heavy snow within just a few kilometres are common. Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions
New grant program announced for northern Ontario artists

New grant program announced for northern Ontario artists

The program for northern Ontario artists, arts organizations, and collectives aims to promote artistic work and develop relationships with arts presenters in Ontario, Canada, and abroad
City Council committee of the whole trial won’t be abandoned

City Council committee of the whole trial won’t be abandoned

Councillors voted 4-2 to keep the committee of the whole operating, at least until February
Good morning, Elliot Lake!

Good morning, Elliot Lake!

Some more snow is expected today, along with some gusting winds
Mantha wants the Liberal government to answer for Grassy Narrows cover-up

Mantha wants the Liberal government to answer for Grassy Narrows cover-up

A 2016 report commissioned by Domtar revealed that Grassy Narrows First Nations and First Nations along the Wabigoon River are still at risk of mercury poisoning, contrary to the claim that the river would clean itself naturally over time