Soulliere, the founder and original owner of the Orléans
Star, holds up a copy of the first edition of the paper
published on April 14, 1986. Mike Beasley/Photo
6 a.m., Jan. 21)
owner recalls newspapers beginnings
accomplished entrepreneur like Larry Soulliere was never
one to overlook an interesting business opportunity when
he saw one, and he always had a keen eye when it came
to making a couple of bucks.
MP appointed to Canada-U.S. relations committee
MPP Andrew Leslie has been appointed as the Parliamentary
Secretary to Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland
with the added responsibility of sitting on a Cabinet committee
charged with forging close and strong ties with the incoming
Trump administration. (Posted
MPP given new appointment as corrections minister
mourns the loss of 'gentleman's gentleman'
reigns supreme on the dawn of 2017
Spa expansion a labour of love and divine intervention
pair hope to show off gridiron skills in Texas
Texas, religion and football are the main topics of conversation.
During football season, its the only subject. (Posted
St. Peter Knight hoping 2017 is his year to shine
Years resolutions are the norm around this time of
year. Some people have already failed at whatever it is
they singled out as needing to quit or change, while others
stick with it and persevere every day. (Posted
Matt’s Tigers get nod for Team of the Year in 2016
St. Matthew Tigers senior boys football team has been named
as the overwhelming choice for Team of the Year by OrleansOnline.ca.
(Posted Jan. 19)
End Theatre's original panto production stays true to the
the past 17 years, the East End Theatre company has built
up a reputation of producing traditional Old English pantomimes
with such familiar titles as Aladdin, Jack and
the Beanstalk, and Dick Whittington and His Cat.
Vivo Ottawa delivers captivating holiday concert
comes but once a year, and unfortunately, so does Coro Vivo
Ottawas annual Christmas concert which is traditionally
held at Orléans United Church. (Posted