The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 49, October 9, 2019
Pelican Falls First Nations High School (PFFNHS), joined by the Jays Care Foundation, unveiled their new baseball field by hosting a tournament on Oct. 1.
Federal New Democratic Party Leader Jagmeet Singh visited Sioux Lookout on Oct.5 in support of Kenora Riding NDP candidate Rudy Turtle.
The Sioux Lookout Makwa Clan Patrol held its first patrol, a training exercise, last Sunday (Oct.6) afternoon, visiting the area around the water tower in Sioux Lookout.
Conservative Party of Canada, Kenora Riding candidate Eric Melillo was in Sioux Lookout on Oct. 6, holding a meet and greet at the Sioux Area Seniors Activity Centre.
Adult education, which is offered through a partnership with the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board (KPDSB) and Seven Generations Education Institute (SGEI), is encouraging adult learners to enroll and complete their Ontario Secondary School Diploma
Stephanie Carson, Logan Sharpe, Bruce Frogg, Nora Winter, Danis Mekanak, Jarrett Trout and Roxy McKay answer this weeks Question of the Week.
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Sioux Lookout and area residents flocked to Camp of the Woods Ministries Inc., located along Highway 72, for the camp s annual Fall Family Day on Oct. 5.
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Sioux Lookout joined communities and groups across Canada in recognizing Orange Shirt Day and commemorating Indian Residential School (IRS) survivors and descendants, on Sept. 30.
It is estimated that 1 in 5 Canadians will have mental illness at some point in their lives. Many others count people with mental illness among their family, friends, neighbours, and co-workers.
The Sioux Lookout HOG (Harley Owners Group) Chapter held its 15th annual Toys for Tots Run on Oct. 5.
Community members were invited to the Nishnawbe-Gamik Friendship Centre on Sept. 25 for a Fall Winter Community Clothing Exchange.
Sioux Looks Out for Paws animal rescue partnered with Fun-Tastic Castles from Thunder Bay to present fun, family oriented fun in town on Sept 27 and 28.
September was a wet month in Sioux Lookout, with Environment Canada informing the community received double the average amount of rainfall it normally receives.
High school sports are back in action and students and staff at Sioux North High School (SNHS) are looking forward to the athletic seasons this year.
This season of Sioux North High School Boys Warriors Hockey, I decided that it would be a good idea to give the community that supports this team on a yearly basis a bird s eye view of the goings on with the hockey club, and that s how...
Clouds ski overhead, art in the sky, a daily enchantment. The most flamboyant are orange and pink, tinged with subtle blue, a calm influence at day s end.
Sioux Mountain Public School (SMPS) students are taking time throughout the day to focus on their oral hygiene by participating in the Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) Brushing Program.
Sioux Lookout and area residents came together on Oct. 4 to honour the lives of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) by participating in a Sisters in Spirit Vigil that evening.