From the Archives:
Wednesday, January 29, 2003
Lac Seul First Nation signs contract with Buchanan Forest Products
It’s 4:30 a.m. Leslie Carpenter, 29, of Lac Seul First Nation, sits in the heated cab of a 2003 model John Deere 748G-III Grapple Skidder in the heart of the boreal forest.
All season road to improve quality of life in Slate Falls
Residents of Slate Falls, a remote reserve north of Sioux Lookout, will have new job opportunities and a better quality of life.
Town meets with Ontario’s finance minister to make concerns known
Sioux Lookout needs more help from the province with funding, tax assessment and community reinvestment to help deal with the down loading of responsibilities, according to two representatives, who met with the province’s finance minister.
Leslie Myers (left) and Aileen Urquhart, also known as the St. Andrew’s Angels, earned top prize for best costumes and best vegetarian chili at Saturday’s Chamber Chili Challenge during the Sioux Lookout Winter Festival.