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This week in ElliotLakeToday+: Members can enter for a chance to win $750 in free gas!

Plus, we sit down with Olympic gold medalist Brad Jacobs to discuss the winter games and more
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Fill 'er up! The price at the pumps continues to rise, but you can save big with our brand new contest. +Members can enter daily for a chance to win $750 in gas cards. Be sure to answer the poll question to secure extra entries. Contest closes February 28 at 11:59 pm.

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Happening this week for ElliotLakeToday+ members:

The Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games are underway and to kick off our new series Up Close & Personal we sat down with the skip of the 2014 Canadian gold medal winning curling team Brad Jacobs. Jacobs discusses what's next for his team, family life, and who gave them a pep talk in Sochi that helped propel them to the podium! Check out your +member homepage tomorrow for the full interview.

Ever thought of cruising for your next vacation? Check out our sit down chat with Celebrity Cruises to find out what's changed and get information about some of the top destinations and packages available through Celebrity.  Find the interview on your +member homepage tomorrow and get the details on an exclusive +member offer.

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Elliot Lake man brings a big goal to Snowarama - Leo Deveau came to Elliot Lake to retire a few years ago but that doesn't mean he's relaxed. The snowmobile enthusiast was moved by a meeting with an Easter Seals ambassador and has set some very high fundraising goals for the upcoming Snowarama. Catch up with him at Lyle's No Frills until Friday, if you want to support his cause.

Blind River Council rejects $60,000 Boom Camp Road winter maintenance motion - Despite residents call to open the Boom Camp Road this winter, Blind River council has decided to leave it closed after learning it would have to use funding that was earmarked for maintenance of downtown streets to pay the $60,000 plus it would cost to open the road for outdoor recreation enthusiasts.

Member-only offers from our +partners:


10% off God's Country Clothing apparel

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And if you missed it, here's what happened last week:

Congratulations Joanne M., winner of $1,000 to put toward holiday bills! Way to go Joanne, enjoy the windfall!

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