The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 18, March 6, 2019
The Sioux North High School (SNHS) Warriors boy s hockey team is heading to OFSAA (Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations) once again after edging the Fort Frances Muskies 3-2 in an overtime thriller that was reminiscent of a year ago.
Sioux Lookout Municipal council has directed Municipal staff to finalize the 2019 Municipal budget with a 1.7 per cent rate increase.
Both Sioux Mountain Public School and Sacred Heart School welcomed prospective kindergarten students and their parents guardians into their kindergarten classrooms to give them an opportunity to find out more about the programs and how to register...
The executive of the Edwin Switzer Memorial, Branch #78, of the Royal Canadian Legion is working hard to breathe new life into the organization and its building.
This past week (Feb. 18 22) the Sioux Lookout OPP were proudly joined by three new Provincial Constables, PC Maecker, PC Raddatz, and PC Robb. All three officers have successfully completed their training at the Ontario Provincial Police Academy, and...
Every Northerner deserves a fair chance to participate and thrive in our economy, and when this opportunity is present, we know all Canadians are better-off. Tackling poverty and helping more people become a part of the middle class continues to be one...
The Honourable Bob Nault, Member of Parliament (Kenora riding) released the following statement regarding the Canada Summer Jobs program. Last summer, more than 70,000 jobs for young Canadians were created thanks to funding from the Canada Summer Jobs...
Alex Jardine, Blayne Binguis, Anita Bruins-Burke (left) and Elizabeth Burke & Kayla Craig answer this week s question.
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Fourteen charges were laid during a three day safety blitz (Feb. 25 27) conducted by Sioux Lookout OPP and the Ministry of Transportation in the Sioux Lookout and Pickle Lake areas.
The digital media room at the Sioux Lookout Library was packed with residents looking to get a taste of six short films, which are all produced through Regent Park s Home Made Visible initiative.
Visitors walked, skied, and snowshoed their way down to the Cedar Bay lakeshore to enjoy an evening at the Cozy Cabin on Feb. 23.
The Digital Creator North program, which is hosted in the digital media room at the Sioux Lookout Public Library, is continuing with the addition of new program lead Sarah Fraser.
Twenty-five riders took part in a free Family Ride put on by the Ojibway Power Toboggan Association on March 3.
It seems so long until ice will be off the lakes and we can frolic in tee shirts, but, really, we re seeing the signs every day that the time is coming.
Students in Tallie MacDonald s Grade 1 2 class exemplified Sacred Heart School s virtue of the month, love, by conducting a fundraiser for Sioux Looks Out for Paws animal rescue in Sioux Lookout.
Since early January, youth aged 8 to 13 in Sioux Lookout have been learning the sport of curling at the Sioux Lookout Golf & Curling Club. According to curling coach Natalie Popovic, this new and improved program has been going well so far.