From The Archives:
Wednesday, September 8, 2004
New hospital continues to move forward, but cost on the rise
The price for the proposed new Meno-Ya-Win Health Centre could end up being significantly higher than originally anticipated and the health centre is continuing to ask for community support to pay the tab.
New businesses opening, others expanding
“It is exciting as a business person and as a consumer to see the new businesses and expanded services in Sioux Lookout and hopefully other businesses in town will be able to follow their lead,” commented Sioux Lookout Chamber of Commerce President Michelle Castle.
First Nations key in plan to transport energy from Manitoba to Ontario
A transmission corridor that would transport energy from Manitoba into Ontario could impact First Nations communities in the area.
Back to school
Sioux Mountain Public School students eagerly wait to begin their first day of school September 1. Classes also resumed at many other schools that day throughout the area.