The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 9, January 2, 2019
Pikangikum First Nation has become the first community to be connected to the provincial power grid through the Wataynikaneyap Power project.
Forty new child care spaces are coming to Sioux Lookout.
Filipino Canadians in Sioux Lookout, along with invited guests, celebrated the Christmas season on Dec. 22 at Sioux Mountain Public School with a special Christmas party.
Public input meeting for Draft 1 of the 2019 budget is scheduled for Wednesday January 9th, 5:30 at the legion. Draft 1 of the budget was presented to Council and the public on December 13th. Draft 1 is absorbing a tax increase of 3.7% caused by the...
As we begin a new year, it seems a good time to reflect back upon the people who helped build this community in to the place it is today.
Gabi Griffiths-Wigg, Ron Laverty, Ziggy Beardy & Skyler Tompkins answer this week s question.
Check out the front page stories from our archives.
Sacred Heart School s Grade 6 and 5 6 class held a fundraiser to help support families in our community.
The Keewatin-Patricia District School Board (KPDSB) is promoting the health and well-being of its students, staff, and the broader community by becoming the first school board in Ontario to register all of its school for OPHEA (Ontario Physical and...
Participants in the Sioux Lookout Multi-Cultural Youth Music Program performed in, and hosted, a Christmas Concert Dec. 21 at the Youth Centre.
Sioux Lookout s 18th annual Ice Candle Memorial Service took place on the evening of Dec. 21.
The Canadian Competition Bureau will examine retail gasoline prices in northwestern Ontario at the request of Greg Rickford, Minister of Energy, Northern Development and Mines.
North Star Air employees were hard at work on the morning of Dec. 18, loading nine pallets 9200 pounds of Christmas cargo, in to the company s flagship Basler BT-67 aircraft at the Sioux Lookout Airport.
I call this little delight a breakfast brownie.
Ringing in the New Year is a time to spend with friends and family, but it is also a time to reflect on the year gone by, while setting new priorities for the year ahead. As we all know, a lot can happen in the span of a year and while there is always...
Ontario s Government for the People has appointed Clifford Bull to the newly created role of Special Advisor on Indigenous Affairs.
Snowfall on Dec. 27 kept Municipal roads crews busy, while providing an opportunity to get out and have some fun sliding on Blueberry Hill at the west end of King Street.