The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 25, April 24, 2019
The Sioux Lookout Chamber of Commerce is working to promote job opportunities from within their business members, and those increased efforts have seen the Chamber promote at schools locally and in Thunder Bay.
The Pelican Falls First Nations High School girls basketball team won bronze at the 2019 Ontario Native Basketball Invitational, which was held in Thunder Bay April 19-21.
Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation is celebrating the opening of their new health centre.
Today (April 17) marks a day of great celebration for Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation, commented Kenora MP Bob Nault. This new health centre...
More than 200 community members made the hike to the Cedar Bay lakeshore on April 19 for a Family Easter Egg Hunt co-hosted by The Friends of Cedar Bay and 1st Sioux Lookout Beavers.
The 37th Annual Sioux Lookout Blueberry Festival is just under 100 days away, and festival president Dori Hopko shared that preparations have been well under way.
To the Residents of Sioux Lookout: With spring right around the corner, something that is on the forefront of all of our minds is the number of littered needles that will be emerging in our parks, streets and walkways. This is an issue that citizens of...
Last week was National Volunteer Week; a time to celebrate and acknowledge individuals, not-for-profit organizations, and social enterprises and businesses that make positive change happen in our communities. Canada s Volunteer Awards help to celebrate...
The Sunset Women s Aboriginal Circle (SWAC) took part in faceless doll creation on April 18 to represent and honour murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls.
Ruby Bottle, Jacob Bottle, and Justice Brisket, Tess Moskotaywenene, Niska Monaco & Mallorie Goodman answer this week s question.
Hosted by the Sioux Lookout Area Fur Managers Council, approximately 200 people explored the fifth annual Pelt Prep Workshop at the Nishnawbe-Gamik Friendship Centre on April 20. Attendees had the opportunity to learn snowshoe weaving, trap dying...
The Upper Legion Hall was packed with parents, coaches, and Sioux Lookout Minor Hockey Association players on April 17 and 18 for their annual year-end awards banquet
With the arrival of warmer temperatures and the ongoing disappearance of this past winter s snowfall, families have been flocking to the playground at the Sioux Lookout Travel Information Centre, visiting Cedar Bay, and just enjoying being outdoors in...
Six proud students were the first to complete the new Maternal-infant Support Worker (MiSW) program offered in Sioux Lookout. On April 5, they accepted their certificates at the Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre.
Regional Supervising Coroner for Inquests, Dr. David Cameron, announced on April 12 that an inquest will be held into the deaths of Henry Meekis and Harold McDonald.
May the winds of Heaven blow softly and whisper in your ear.
We miss you, We love you, We remember your loving ways.
Forever in our healing hearts,
Tori, Papa, Nonno
The early morning reddish-sky view from my back door aligned well with the forecast for the day. After the breathlessly beautiful beginning, clouds came and stayed. The wind found its voice. Showers still threatened.