The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 47, September 25, 2019
Sioux Lookout Municipal Council has approved the implementation of a Municipal Accommodation Tax (MAT) for the community.
Community members packed the Nishnawbe-Gamik Friendship Centre on Sept. 21 to visit the Four Directions Fall Market.
Approximately 50 people took to the street last Thursday evening (Sept. 19) in support of everyone s right to be safe and live free from violence and abuse in Sioux Lookout.
What many refer to as the old Johnny s is a centre for students in Sioux Lookout that provides amenities and programming throughout the school year.
Curling season is approaching, and the Sioux Lookout Golf and Curling Club (SLGCC) is excited for what s in store.
Bob Johnston, Debbie Hochstedler, Andreas Asmus and Florence Woolner answer this week s Question of the Week.
After cycling across the country, I would like your readers to know that Sioux Lookout has a great weekly paper and news team.
Tuesday October 8, 2019, 6:30 p.m., Upper Legion Hall - All Candidates Forum.
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Former Sioux North High School Warriors Cortez Favot, Ben Forbes, and Kendall Schulz made their Dryden GM Ice Dogs debut when the Ice Dogs hosted the Red Lake Miners for their season-opening game on Sept. 21.
Pelican Falls First Nations High School (PFFNHS) is gearing up for another year of sports at the school.
Community members visited the Sioux Lookout Public Library last Friday evening (Sept. 20) with lawn chairs and comfortable sweaters and coats to take in a showing of the 2019 live action version of the animated Disney classic, Aladdin.
A new piece of equipment at the Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre (SLMHC), purchased with funds raised through the Bearskin Airlines Skip to Equip Classic women s curling event, donated to the SLMHC Foundation, is already having a big...
Irish-born Canadian contemporary folk singer-songwriter Irish Mythen helped kick off the 2019-2020 Sioux-Hudson Entertainment Series with a performance that featured talented guitar playing, humorous storytelling, and a soulful voice that filled...
Neskantaga First Nation community members began returning home on Monday (Sept. 22) after many residents evacuated the community due to a break down in its water-pump and back-up water-pump.
Today was cloudy, with some rain sprinkles spitting at us occasionally. The temperature stayed cool. Dozens of flocks of Sandhill Cranes squawked overhead.
Eight teams participated in the Second Annual Sioux North Fall Volleyball Tournament on Sept. 21, which raised $560 for the volleyball program at Sioux North High School (SNHS).
The Kenora Chiefs Advisory s Niigaanning Bimaadiziwin (Future Life) program hosted their Third Annual Child Wellness Day at Obishikokaang Elementary School on Sept. 17.
The Sioux Lookout Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) reminds all members of the community many children walk to school and motorists should be aware of the increased pedestrian traffic as children make their way to school and are returning home.
On September 23rd, 2019 the Lac Seul Police Service (LSPS) joined CN Police for the start of Rail Safety Week.
In memory of Trevor Raymond Jonasson who left us too soon. Love Mom & Dad, Edward, Heather,
Alex, Victoria, Tammy, Evan, Tarron, Troy, Betsy Lucko
Sioux Lookout band Hot Mess shared that they had the experience of a lifetime playing at the Wake The Giant Music Festival at the Thunder Bay Waterfront on Sept. 14.