The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 33, June 19, 2019
Approximately 80 participants ran, jogged, and walked, all while getting coated in colour, during a five kilometre colour run sponsored by Sioux Lookout Pride on June 16.
The State of Emergency in Sioux Lookout has been rescinded as evacuees from Pikangikum First Nation have now returned to their community.
The 1st Sioux Lookout Beavers held their year end ceremony and wrap-up at Camp Mitchell on June 8th and 9th. We had the opportunity to learn new skills as well as practice and celebrate the skills we learned throughout the years...
Frog Rapids Camp, located along Highway 72 just five kilometres south of Sioux Lookout, saw its first customers in August of 1939, and they ve been operating successfully ever since.
Canada s tourism sector is booming, bringing in a record number of international visitors in 2017 and 2018. In fact, it s our number one service export accounting for one in ten jobs...
Chester Ash, Kishiah Oombash, Ronique Williams, and Kurt Duewel answer this week s question of the week!
Area leaders have responded to the release of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) Final Report earlier this month in Gatineau, Quebec.
Last Friday evening, the Sioux Lookout Shrine Club (a member club of Khartum Shrine) honoured the contributions of club and community members who helped make the Khartum Shriners Ritualistic Unit Fundraising raffle a success.
Students, staff, and family members packed the Sioux North High School (SNHS) cafetorium on June 11 to celebrate and honour individual and team accomplishments from the school s first athletic season under the SNHS name.
Sioux Lookout Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers have received 18 reports of stolen property in the past 45 days, which is up 200% from the six reported in the same timeframe in 2018.
Some dads spent their Father s Day out on the lakes with their child or grandchild participating in this year s Junior Walleye Championship on June 16.
Tonight (June 13) the Royal Canadian Air Cadet 270 Otter Squadron participated in our Adopt A Highway cleanup for our section of road. We cleaned both sides (of Highway 72) from the MNRF fire base to Drayton Road...
This evening I saw a Monarch butterfly. It s the first of the season and a heart thumping thrill. It flew around the yard for 15 minutes, jerky, dodgy, and fast. I wasn t able to get much of a picture.
As evacuees from Pikangikum First Nation are returning home, the community is mourning the loss of a teenager from the community who was struck and killed by a vehicle in Cochrane, Ontario on June 12.
On June 15, the Sioux Lookout Shrine Club hosted a charity golf tournament at the Sioux Lookout Golf and Curling Club to help raise funds for Big Wheels Keep on Turning.