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This week in ElliotLakeToday+: A backyard oasis could be yours

Plus, details on our next Up Close & Personal

With the long weekend right around the corner, back yards will be the place to be!  Imagine what you could do to your yard with a yard care package valued at $750. Be ready for summer and enter for a chance to win a yard care rejuvenation package. +Members can enter daily, and don't forget to answer the poll question to secure an extra entry. Contest closes May 31st at 11:59 p.m.

Join hosts Scott Sexsmith and Michael Friscolanti and go Inside the Village with our brand new podcast. You can check out all episodes here. In the latest episode which goes live tonight, Scott and Frisco dig into a political controversy in Sault Ste. Marie. Also, tiny plastic particles are filling the Great Lakes-andour mouths- but scientists in small town Ontario are working on a solution. Finally, remembering Katrina Blagdon, a missing Canadian army vet from St. Catharines whose body was finally discovered after a massive search effort that united thousands of people.

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From the Newsroom

Elliot Lake students learn to cook with Indigenous chef is a story about students at Elliot Lake Secondary School spending three days learning about traditional Indigenous foods with chef Gerry Brandon.