The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 27, May 8, 2019
Condolences are pouring in for Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) First Nation after an early morning house fire on May 2 killed five residents of the community.
A small group of youth attended a workshop in Sioux Lookout on May 1 to learn more about their rights when interacting with police and took part in a peaceful rally on the site where a 16-year-old Indigenous girl was forcefully arrested...
The Pitch-In Canada event, which is an annual nationwide community cleanup event that runs from April 22-29, is sanctioned as a one week event but, to allow for any late snow to melt, the Municipality of Sioux Lookout, including Hudson, has extended the c
Cedar Bay Stables would like to acknowledge Perron Construction for their generous donation of time and materials to help the horses of Cedar Bay through their recent dilemma of a hay shortage.
After reading the book Every Breath by Nicholas Sparks, Nancy Roy was inspired to give Sioux Lookout residents and visitors an opportunity to write and share personal thoughts and stories.
With the majority of our government s four years in the rear-view mirror, it is an opportune time to recap some of the accomplishments of our first term. By concentrating on building our economy, creating quality jobs, and investing in important social pr
Peter Windego, Anton Capay, Eleanor Beardy and Tristan Ray answer this week s Question of the Week.
Government adds new fishing regs, Garbage dumping a huge problem and Lions Club bottle reclamation to start Saturday; the top stories from May 5, 1999.
Anne Rae, who is from Sioux Lookout, was on what she thought was a regular drive down Highway 72 to Dryden on April 27, until she saw a rescue effort to help an adult moose that had managed to get stuck in mud at Moose Creek.
Pelican Falls First Nations High School celebrated the athletic and academic accomplishments of its students over the past school year at an awards banquet on April 26.
Lisa Salonen s grade 5 class and Suzie Hughdie s grade 4 5 class from Sioux Mountain Public School cleaned up in the community on April 23, collecting 19 bags of garbage.
A 59-year-old Pickle Lake man and two women from Mishkeegogamang First Nation, 37 and 36 years of age, have been charged with manslaughter following an investigation by police into a 2018 occurrence.
Community members had the opportunity to learn about, and practice, growing medicines during a workshop hosted by Equay-Wuk (Women s Group) at the Nishnawbe-Gamik Friendship Centre on April 30...
Mrs. Helen Margaret Blab, age 87 years, resident of Thunder Bay, passed away peacefully Monday April 29, 2019 at Hogarth Riverview Manor. Born on December 14, 1931 in NW1 4 Sec. 2-26-12W1, Ste. Rose Du Lac, Manitoba...
The surprise of delicate ice shards springing from sheets of ice clashing together with enough force to knock down a house is as inspiring as the first bloom in a fresh garden.
Hundreds of surrounding area students had the chance to explore opportunities for their future during the Annual Lac Seul Career Fair at the Lac Seul Events Centre on May 1.