The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 50, October 16, 2019
Sioux Lookout s Municipal Council hosted their first budget presentation of the 2020 budgeting process on Oct. 9 where they went through a full agenda.
Five of the six Kenora Riding federal candidates were in Sioux Lookout last week to participate in the All Candidates Forum organized by Sioux Lookout resident Anne Saltel and moderated by Dick MacKenzie.
Approximately 600 Sioux Lookout and area students ventured through the Sioux North High School gymnasium to learn about future career opportunities during a career fair, hosted by the Sioux Lookout Area Aboriginal Management Board (SLAAMB), on Oct. 10.
The Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) is encouraging individuals working in or exploring the outdoors with friends, family or pet this fall, to make small changes that can help to prevent tick bites. Even though exposure to ticks can occur from April...
Mikhail Rae, Abigail Harder, Janelle Sawanis and Tristan Bouchard answer this week s Question of the Week.
Sioux Lookout Fire Services had goodies and gifts, as well as a fire truck, at Fresh Market Foods on Oct. 10 in honor of Fire Prevention Week across Canada, which took place Oct. 6 to 12.
Sponsored by St. Mary s Anglican Church and St. Andrew s United Church, a Messy Church and Blessing of the Animals took place on Oct. 2 at Cedar Bay.
Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler has issued the following statement on the federal government seeking a judicial review of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ruling ordering Ottawa to pay compensation to First Nation children...
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, in partnership with Cancer Care Ontario, is encouraging Ontario women ages 50 to 74 to talk to their primary care provider about getting checked for breast cancer.
Members of the Sioux Lookout Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are investigating an incident that took place on October 9, 2019, at a local business on Front Street, Sioux Lookout. Officers are requesting public assistance to identify the individual in the