Manitoulin


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Man•i•tou•lin

(ˌmæn ɪˈtu lɪn)

n.
an island in N Lake Huron belonging to Canada. 80 mi. (130 km) long. Also called Man′itou′lin Is′land.
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Since Manitoulin Island is a mecca for hunters from all over North America, the magazine idea seemed to be a natural fit.
Hydro One is alerting Manitoulin Island customers of a planned power outage on Sunday, October 23, 2016 from 8 a.m.
Growing up in M'Chigeeng First Nation on Manitoulin Island, Kathryn Corbiere was always trying to prove that she could do anything the boys around her could do.
An innovative project on Manitoulin Island may produce the next generation of traditional healers.
According to Manitoulin, the acquisition rounds out its service offerings, allowing it to offer clients with the full suite of international freight forwarding offerings available.
In the fall of 1972 I arrived in Little Current, Manitoulin Island with an old Volkswagen van (pop-up roof), a motorcycle, a beard, a change of clothes, and a C chord harmonica.
The event was organized in memory of Mary Lou Fox (Odemin Kwe), a Manitoulin Elder who made the establishment of the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation (OCF) one of her primary goals.
Manitoulin Transport has opened its newly built terminal in Brandon, Man, marking its second new terminal in the province within the last seven months.
For the denizens of Manitoulin Island, who flock to the popular vacation spot when the warm weather hits, summer is filled with sun, lakes, barbecues --and now, a homegrown beer.
Visitors to the annual Wikwemikong Powwow on Manitoulin Island have always witnessed the best First Nations.
Patients on Manitoulin Island are one step closer to improved access to culturally appropriate health care services at the Noojmowin Teg Health Centre.
Manitoulin Group of Companies has purchased another transportation company, this time Ridsdale Transport Ltd.