The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 46, September 18, 2019
Sol Mamakwa, Merle Burkholder, Christen Wesley and Adam Hill answer this week s Question of the Week.
The Municipality of Sioux Lookout and Lakehead University solidified their partnership on Sept. 9 in Sioux Lookout, where they came together at the Innovation Station, located at the Heritage Railway Station on Front Street, to sign a memorandum...
September is Fetal Alcohol Awareness Month world-wide, and Sioux Lookout took part by hosting a two-day conference on Sept. 9 and 10 at Calvary Baptist Church.
The Municipal Council Notes from August 22, 2019.
Neskantaga First Nation has issued an elevated Statement of Emergency (SOE) after the community says an emergency evacuation request to Indigenous Services Canada on Sept. 14 was denied as it deals with what it is calling an exacerbated water crisis.
I write to you as the elected representative of the Kiiwetinoong riding in Ontario. It is an honour to be its first elected representative in Ontario s Legislature but the challenges in Kiiwetinoong cannot be addressed solely in the Ontario Legislature.
Read the top stories from September 18, 2002!
Members of the Community Choir have started preparing for this year s Festival of Carols, with practices beginning on Sept. 16.
I looked out the kitchen door, and there was a new day, early September, silently peeking in. The air was cool, a few degrees, but not many, below normal.
Sioux Lookout area schools have welcomed returning and new students through their doors as classes resume across Canada.
Sioux Lookout resident Marc-Nicholas Martin-Paulichenko spent his summer cycling coast-to-coast across Canada, completing a ride of approximately 7900 kilometres.
A desire to know more about the Kenora riding federal candidates and a curiosity about what they have to say about questions local residents might have has spurred Sioux Lookout resident Anne Saltel to organizing a federal candidates forum in Sioux...
With our deepest sympathy, at the young age of 22, Skyler Howard Don Meshake, beloved son of Jeannie Carpenter and Howard Meshake Jr, was tragically taken from us on August 31, 2019. Skyler was a cherished son, grandson, nephew, cousin, boyfriend...
Lordy, Lordy, Look Who s 40!
With great joy you danced into our lives on September 17th, 1979.
We are looking forward to many more dances with you!
Your O Fhlaithbheartaigh Clan
Smile Cookies are back at Tim Hortons this week and local cookie purchases will once again support The Friends of Cedar Bay (FCB).