The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 31, June 5, 2019
As evacuees from Pikangikum First Nation have fled their community due to its proximity to a wildfire, Sioux Lookout has stepped up to provide as much assistance as possible.
Sioux Lookout community members, and visitors, joined the Sioux Lookout Community GSA (Gay Straight Alliance) and Sioux Lookout Pride at the Municipal Offices on May 31 to kick off Sioux Lookout Pride 2019 with a flag raising ceremony.
More than 30 elders gathered together for a language and knowledge sharing symposium in Sioux Lookout from May 27 to the 31.
Siouxper Speakers Toastmasters Club President Rebecca Perry and Dryden Toastmasters Club member Louise Lomas received their Distinguished Toastmaster awards during a presentation in Sioux Lookout on May 30, attended by Toastmasters executives who...
A Junior Canadian Ranger team representing Northern Ontario did well competing in the annual Junior Ranger national marksmanship competition.
The issue of health care is close to the hearts of all Northerners. Whether directly or indirectly, we are all affected by the many ways health care impacts our personal lives and our families. The delivery of health care services, particularly in...
James Wesley, Beth-Anne Gray, Scott Pichlyk & Ishmael Fiddler answer this week s question.
On June 15, the Sioux Lookout Shrine Club will host a charity golf tournament at the Sioux Lookout Golf and Curling Club to help raise funds for Big Wheels Keep on Turning.
On May 25th, 1st Sioux Lookout Scouts Group (Beavers, Cubs, and Scouts) held our annual tree planting event. Together with our families, we managed to plant 1200 jack pine trees in just a couple of hours.
Sioux Lookout residents, and visitors, explored the abundance of bird species that the area has to offer during the second Sioux Lookout Bird Walk on June 1.
As part of Victims and Survivors of Crime Week across Canada (May 26 to June 1), Sioux Lookout and area community members, agency representatives, and OPP representatives attended a Human Trafficking Awareness Forum on May 30.
More than 100 Lac Seul First Nation elementary students, the Lac Seul Drug Strategy Committee, Elders, and community members united together to promote sobriety and healthy living during a March To Wellness on May 28.
Members from the Sioux Lookout Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are requesting assistance from the public to solve a break and enter at a local community space.
Two Kejick Bay, Lac Seul First Nation residents are facing multiple charges after Lac Seul Police Service officers responded to a home invasion in Kejick Bay on May 30 at approximately 5:17 a.m.
On Sunday, May 5th, 2019, Sioux Lookout Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were notified of a mischief occurrence at a local school. Between 1:00 pm and 6:00 pm Sunday afternoon, unknown individuals smashed the glass at the rear entry door of the school...
The train whistles in the distance,
A good joke makes us laugh,
Every time we have pickerel,
All reminders of you,
When we walk in the eve,
And a dime crosses our path,
We think of how lucky we were,
To have loved you.
Hole 17 Forever.
ric Dalzell went home to be with Jesus on Wednesday May 22, 2019 after an almost 10 month battle with brain cancer. He fought long and hard to stay here with his family and friends and we are very proud of him.
A lot of years ago two cooks, influenced by the giggly juice, on a boys fishing weekend, sliced up an apple, battered the chunks, and deep fried them, along with the evening s walleye dinner, and served them as a joke.
Warrior Wrestling Club athletes concluded their season on May 16 at the Annual Watermelon Wrestling Festival at Sioux North High School.