From The Archives: Wednesday, May 28, 2003
St. Raphael home to many unique features
Considering its abundant lakes and rich, sometimes unique natural features, the MNR has more than just its scenic beauty to consider when deciding how and why to conduct a signature site study on St. Raphael Park.
Nault visits Northwestern Ontario to announce federal investments
Improving the quality of drinking water in Sioux Lookout and Hudson was on the agenda last Thursday when Kenora-Rainy River M.P. Bob Nault attended Hudson’s Lost Lake Drop in Centre.
OSSTF and KPDSB come to collective agreement after eight month wait
Despite the fact that it was an eight month period since teachers in the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board (KPDSB) last had a collective agreement, the bargaining unit of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) came to an almost unanimous decision May 15 on ratifying the decision.
Sun and Sand
(from left) Clinton Hollingsworth, Terense Korobanik, and Lawrance Littledeer weren’t afraid of getting their feet, or any other part of their body for that matter, wet or sandy at the Town Beach May 25. They were some of many kids out swimming in the lake on the weekend.