The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 13, January 30, 2019
Thirty-eight riders braved extreme weather to participate in 2019 s Sioux Lookout Hudson, and Red Lake Snowarama for Easter Seals Kids on Jan. 26.
Sioux Lookout s newly renovated airport terminal building will increase passenger services, has created new job opportunities, and will help the community further expand its role as Hub of North according to dignitaries in attendance for the official...
The Sioux Snipers Women s Hockey League hosted their 14th Annual Women s Hockey Tournament at the Sioux Lookout Memorial Arena this past weekend.
The Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre (SLMHC) Foundation is excited for the 22nd year of the annual Tree of Hearts Campaign.
Community members came together to celebrate Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2019, through hymns, prayer and a service, at Cornerstone Christian Fellowship on Jan. 21.
During our recent fundraiser for three of our citizens with cancer it became very apparent that there are several citizens of Sioux Lookout and surrounding area that could use some financial assistance at times. The assistance that seems to be most...
Last week s column explored why we need a national climate change plan. We know that Northern Ontario is getting warmer and our winter season is getting shorter. As a result, we are seeing less snow and an increase in tick- and mosquito-borne diseases...
This is great news for First Nation families and their children
Alex Spooner, Creedance Morris, Mariah Lawson & Shane Tait answer this week s question.
Check out the front page stories from our archives.
Members of the Sioux Area Senior s Activity Centre hosted a well-attended soup and sandwich luncheon on January 25. The event was a fundraiser for the senior s centre.
The Municipality of Sioux Lookout will benefit from FedNor funding, which will enable the Municipality to hire a consultant to prepare a detailed inventory of existing infrastructure, products and services, and provide a plan for the development of new...
Sioux Lookout area schools, and the Patricia Pelican SCUBA Club, had the opportunity of a lifetime when world-class Canadian cave diver, writer, photographer, filmmaker and expert technical diver Jill Heinerth paid Sioux Lookout a visit on Jan. 17.
The Sioux Lookout Anglers and Hunters are excited for a variety of events that they have planned in upcoming months.
This past week the Beaver Scouts had an amazing opportunity to go tour our local OPP detachment.
An extreme cold warning has been issued by Environment Canada for the region and the Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) would like to remind people to take extra caution when spending time outdoors.
The Sioux Lookout Recreation Centre is reaching out to the community in search of needed volunteers.
Memories of Dad
Edmond Theodore (Ted) Roy Dec 10, 1936 Jan 30, 2018
We will take this special moment to turn our thoughts to Dad. Thank him for the home he gave, for all the things we had. We think about the fleeting years too quickly gone for good.
Despite a hard-fought effort, the Sioux North High School Warriors girls hockey team went in to the exam break on a tough loss after dropping their match up against the Dryden High School Eagles on Jan. 21.
Boomer, Grace, and I went for a winter walk this afternoon. Along the way we met my white whiskered friend Al Kona who whispered to the dogs, If it s too cold for you out here, it s too cold for Dick. Take him inside.