The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 34, June 26, 2019
Hundreds of community members, visitors to Sioux Lookout, and students gathered at the Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre (SLMHC) main entrance on June 21 to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day.
Lac Seul First Nation officially unveiled their Fire and Emergency Services Department, along with all of their equipment, at the Lac Seul Events Centre on June 21.
Twenty-six teams competed in the 22nd Bearskin Airlines Charity Golf Classic on June 20 at the Sioux Lookout Golf and Curling club, raising $49,237.40 for the Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre Foundation.
Superior Science visited Sacred Heart School (SHS) on June 20, sharing STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) disciplines in fun ways with grades 3 to 6 students.
Rod Wesley Sr., Margie Kimball, Percy Cameron
and Diane Quewezence answer this week s Question of the Week.
Earlier this spring, a group of elders from Treaties 3 and 9 came together in Lac Seul First Nation to share traditional knowledge and viewpoints on everything from health and health care, to raising children, to education, economics, world views and trea
The Sioux Lookout Innovation Station launched with a two-day conference at the Lac Seul Events Centre in Frenchman s Head on June 17 and 18.
Sioux Lookout Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) ended a vehicle pursuit on the Sioux Lookout Airport tarmac after officers were called to a report of an impaired driver on Highway 642, approximately 10 kilometres east of Sioux Lookout, on June 16.
Sioux Lookout and area residents gathered at the Sioux Lookout Public Library to watch a story of suffering, triumph, and hope during National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations on June 21.
Approximately 300 Lac Seul First Nation students, community members, chief and council, and elders participated in a powwow at Waninitawingaang Memorial School in Kejick Bay on June 20.
The Teacher Learning and Leadership Program (TLLP) is a project-based system that allows teachers to come together and pursue self-selected professional learning goals...
Students at Waninitawingaang Memorial School in Kejick Bay and Obishikokaang Elementary School in Frenchman s Head had an opportunity to hone their research, writing, and speaking skills by participating in a speech competition earlier this spring.