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On that sweltering Thursday, Ontarians going about their daily lives suddenly found themselves in the midst of the biggest blackout in North American history.
Two Indigenous students with a passion for the environment are this year’s recipients of OPG’s John Wesley Beaver Memorial Awards.
For her long-time commitment as a volunteer, Poulter was recently recognized with a Good Citizen Award for Exceptional Achievement.
OPG has identified a list of trades — including boilermakers, millwrights, pipefitters, electricians and carpenters — whose demand within the sector is likely to exceed supply within the next five to 10 years.
Members of the ERT were near the plant’s cafeteria the morning of March 17, 2017, when they were alerted to an employee who had collapsed in the kitchen.
During a small dedication ceremony at the Great Canadian Kayak Challenge and Festival on May 29, a race was renamed after Marcel Pelchat to honour him posthumously.
The Lake Effect Robotics team were part of a four-team alliance that won the FIRST Robotics World Championship in Detroit in April, beating more than 3,500 teams from 27 countries.
Divers in Northern Ontario helped check for walleye spawning activity at the new Smoky Falls Generating Station, located about 70 kilometres north of Kapuskasing.
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