The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 41, August 14, 2019
The Municipality of Sioux Lookout is supporting Grand Council Treaty#3 Ogichidaa (Grand Chief) Francis Kavanaugh s July 31 call for partnership and collective leadership to address social issues faced by the City of Kenora and other towns in ..
There was plenty of mud, tough obstacles, and warm weather, but a group of Sioux Lookout women persevered to complete Mud Hero Manitoba for the second straight year on July 27.
People packed Front Street between Fourth and Fifth Avenue on August 9 for a family street dance organized by the Nishnawbe-Gamik Friendship Centre. Participants also enjoyed drawing on the street...
Sioux Lookout community members and visitors to the area were invited to a free family fun zone at New Life Assembly on August 7. Guests enjoyed free hot dogs, sausages, corn on the cob, popcorn, and cotton...
The Lost Lake Drop-In Centre was packed for their Blueberry Luncheon on August 9. For just eight dollars visitors enjoyed soup, sandwiches, and various blueberry desserts.
The Sioux Lookout Public Library, in partnership with the Sioux Lookout GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance) and Fresh Market Foods, hosted an outdoor movie night on August 9, featuring a showing of Captain Marvel.
In 2015, our government promised to make a real, positive difference in the lives of Northerners and all Canadians by deciding to focus its efforts on helping families and seniors put more money in their pockets. This fall, Canadians will have an importan
Andrew Sailer, Al Friesen (left) and Vanessa Sutherland, Ruth Bellingham, Gabriel Montezuma (left) and Diego Feria answer this week s Question of the Week!
Sioux Lookout Mayor Doug Lawrance led a group of cyclists during the Second Annual Cycle to Hudson on August 10. Starting at the Train Station in Sioux Lookout, the ride to Hudson and back is approximately 50 kilometres.
Young golfers participated in the Junior Blueberry Open Golf Tournament on August 4 at the Sioux Lookout Golf and Curling Club. The 2019 Champions are Liam Jones in the Youth Division (ages 14 to 18), Cooper Labelle in the Junior Division (ages 11 to 13),
Twenty-two teams participated in the Mixed Blueberry Best Ball Tournament on August 5, which saw the team of John Bailey, Cam Bailey, Dylan Husak, and Hillary Cameron post a 27 (-8) to win the tournament. The Sioux Lookout Golf & Curling Club thanked all
People of all ages were invited to participate in a chalk decorating contest outside of the Travel Information Centre on August 4. The walkways featured chalk creations of flowers, rainbows, Blueberry Bert, and more.
Sioux Lookout and area youth competed in the 15th Annual Kids of Steel Triathlon on August 5, which featured a 100 metre swim, a three kilometre bike ride, and a one kilometre run.
Quiet day at the lake. I was up early, before the sun, and sat in my robe with hot coffee at the bar. I had wiped a spot dry of the dew to set my cup and my elbows...
Youth 11 to 19 years of age were invited to the media lounge at the Sioux Lookout Public Library on August 6 and 7 to enjoy an afternoon of learning digital art, photography, sticker making, and using virtual reality.
Dog owners supported Sioux Looks Out For Paws Animal Rescue by joining them on their annual five-kilometre Rescue Walk on August 3. The event has been held for more than a decade now..
Dick s Grillhouse invited Sioux Lookout and area residents, along with visitors to the community, for a barbecue brisket lunch on August 3. The meal also featured coleslaw, buns, and corn on the cob.