The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 21, March 27, 2019
Sioux Lookout Municipal Council has given new direction to Municipal staff for what they would like to see the residential property class general tax rate come in at for this year.
With temperatures beginning to climb above zero (degrees Celsius) in Sioux Lookout, many residents will be looking to prepare their vehicles for the spring and summer months.
Staff and students made the official move from the formerly named Queen Elizabeth District High School to the newly constructed Sioux North High School (SNHS) on March 18 and, so far, they re in love with the space.
Kiiwetinoong MPP Sol Mamakwa, the NDP s Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation critic said that today (March 22), on World Water Day, the Ford government must act so that Indigenous people can have the same access to safe drinking water as all Ontarians.
On Tuesday of last week, the federal government released Budget 2019 Investing in the Middle Class. Since 2015, we have made strategic investments to help make our economy one of the fastest growing in the G7. With over 900,000 jobs created...
Glenda Darling, Kennedy Rose, Brock Penner & Natasha Lawson answer this week s question.
With weather forecasts looking at above-zero temperatures, residents in northwestern Ontario will be looking to leave their homes with fewer layers on.
As we head towards the spring and summer months, many residents in Sioux Lookout will be looking to take advantage of the outdoors, where there s plenty to see and do.
April 1 marks the beginning of fire season in northwestern Ontario, and Sioux Lookout Fire Chief Rob Favot is reminding the public of the laws, rules, and hazards that come along with it.
As temperatures warm up this spring, maybe love is in the air for you and that special someone?
Spring has sprung and summer isn t far behind! It s a time of get-togethers with family and friends and good company means you ll want good food and drink to share.
The final Cozy Cabin Saturday of the season will be taking place on March 30 and community members are invited out for an end of season celebration!
The 2018-19 Sioux-Hudson Entertainment Series wrapped up on March 19 with a stellar performance from the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra during their biennial visit to Sioux Lookout.
Sioux Lookout residents visited Sioux Mountain Public School bright and early last Saturday for a pancake breakfast fundraiser put on by Sioux Looks Out For Paws, a no-kill animal shelter in town. The fundraiser featured plain and blueberry pancakes...
Former Sioux Lookout resident Kylie Moyer is a second-year St. Lawrence College student, and she s coming off of a decorated season of women s basketball at the school.
A private member s bill put forward by Kiiwetinoong MPP Sol Mamakwa passed second reading at Queen s Park last week.
The Sioux North High School Warriors boys hockey team has returned from their trip to the OFSAA tournament in Kincardine, Ontario last week and, although they went 0-3 in tournament action, the team showed sportsmanship and determination every step of...
A 21-year-old Kasabonika Lake First Nation man has been charged with second degree murder, following an incident that occurred in that community on March 20.