The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 28, May 15, 2019
Sioux Lookout hosted Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) board members on May 9 and 10 for their board retreat.
More than 200 people visited the town beach on the evening of May 6 for a vigil in support of the people of Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) First Nation.
The Municipality of Sioux Lookout welcomed and hosted representatives from the University of Toronto last week to pursue collaboration for their Innovation Station.
Fifty-five Northern Ontario libraries, including Sioux Lookout, released a joint statement on May 9 in response to recent cuts to the Ontario Library Service-North operating budget, which was announced in the 2019-2020 Provincial budget.
Sioux Lookout residents had the chance to buy tasty treats and find some new treasures during the Sioux Looks Out For Paws indoor yard and bake sale at Sioux Mountain Public School on May 11.
After more than three decades of advocating for and promoting harmonious relations in the community, the Sioux Lookout Anti-Racism Committee (SLARC) is coming to a close.
In workshop, rally held in response to 16 year old girl s arrest speaker Kevin Leatherdale says there are a lot of parallels between what happened here in Sioux Lookout to what s been happening in Thunder Bay.
In April, the Sioux Lookout Public Library learned that the provincial government had cut its funding to Ontario Library Services North (OLS-N) and Southern Ontario Library Services (SOLS) by 50%...
John Irwin, Jeremy Suteu, Quinn Young-Suteu, Doug Shields, Melissa Lambkin, Noah Lambkin, and Landon Lambkin answer this week s Question of the Week!
Anti-racism group wins human rights award, Wild winds, Big bike to take to Sioux streets, and Lac Seul fishery continues to lead Ontario s lakes are the top stories of May 13, 1998.
Sioux Looks Out For Paws collaborated with Paint Nite Thunder Bay to host a sold out evening of painting, dancing, and fundraising at the Sioux Lookout Golf & Curling Club on May 3. The crowd of 50 participants, along with the artists, raised $1060...
Sioux Lookout joined nationwide recognition and participation in the Annual Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Mental Health Week last week from May 6 to 12.
Local ladies packed the Forest Inn s Rainforest Conference Room on the evening of May 10 for a social evening of music, shopping, and fun in support of the Sioux Lookout Blueberry Festival.
The Northern Lights Community Theatre (NLCT) broke their attendance record during shows for their recent production Jack of Diamonds, which is a comedy by Marcia Kash and Douglas E. Hughes.
In the Kenora riding alone, the Canada Child Benefit helps 7,970 families and more than 16,000 children per year
Members from the Sioux Lookout Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) partnered with Lac Seul First Nations Police Service to attend the annual 2019 Lac Seul Career Fair on May 1st, 2019.
With warmer temperatures and nice weather approaching, foot traffic is increasing, and with it crimes of opportunity. Members from the Sioux Lookout Ontario Provincial Police (OPP)...
Black bears have a keen sense of smell. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry plans to take advantage of that to update our bear population data for the province...
The morning arrived, sunny and warm, ice partly melted and shifted on the lake. I drank coffee, communed with the ducks, viewed the far shores through binoculars, squiggled in my chair waiting for the grand moment.