Based on the recommendations of the Big Game Management Advisory Committee (BGMAC), the Ontario government has announced proposed changes to how moose are managed in the province through a media release on August 12.
The Sew What Print Wear Caution from Dryden defeated the Sioux Strikers 2-0 to win the Dryden Senior Soccer Women s Championship on August 18 in Sioux Lookout. The Sioux Strikers captured the regular season championship by finishing first place in the sta
When we talk about infrastructure, it can mean several different things; from keeping our families safe to addressing the challenges of climate change, our investments in infrastructure are setting communities up for success. For a city, infrastructure mi
Three and a half years ago the remote fly-in First Nations community of Neskantaga, located 433 km s north of Thunder Bay, entered into a revenue-share agreement with North Star Air. Revenues generated from...
More than 200 people visited the Sioux Lookout OPP detachment at 62 Queen Street in Sioux Lookout during this year s Blueberry Festival as part of an OPP Open House and Community Safety Day on August 4.
Skycare celebrated its 10th anniversary in Sioux Lookout on August 6, inviting the community to visit them at their hanger for a fun afternoon of kids activities, a slice of anniversary cake, and an opportunity to meet their team and view their aircraft.
Smiling faces were common during a fun-filled Kids Day at Fresh Market Foods on August 6. Children participated in a store-wide scavenger hunt, ate cake, had their faces painted, and enjoyed a visit from Blueberry Bert!
Teams of two competed in the Open 2s Blueberry Festival Beach Volleyball Tournament on August 5. The team of Justin Poling and Anthony Roberts defeated Stacey Lukye and Kevin Negus to claim first place.
Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority invited kids to join in on the fun during their children s day on August 8, which was hosted at 3 Sturgeon River Road. The day featured face painting, bouncy castles, various games, a hot dog barbecue...
Pictures, paintings, collectibles, furniture pieces, and decoration items were up for silent auction at St. Andrew s United Church from August 5 to 9. While browsing the silent auction, guests could also pick up some tasty treats from the...
The Federal Government is investing $133,886 in funding, under the Northern Aboriginal Broadcasting component of the Aboriginal Peoples Program, for a Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) First Nation digital documentary series.
Sioux Lookout residents and visitors to town were treated to more than a dozen musical performances on the afternoon and evening of August 4 during this year s Sioux Mountain Music Festival, which took place at the Town Beach.