The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 29 - No. 12, January 22, 2020
Sioux Lookout Municipal Council has approved a zero per cent residential property class general tax rate levy.
Community members gathered during a candle light vigil at St. Andrew s United Church on Jan. 13 to remember the lives that were lost when Ukraine International Airlines flight PS752 was reportedly shot down unintentionally on Jan. 8. All 176 passengers an
Grade six, seven, and eight students at Waninitawingaang Memorial School in Kejick Bay had the honour of receiving their spirit names during a traditional drum ceremony on Jan. 14.
It s been said that laughter is the best medicine, and participants at the Living Well Through Laughter workshop had the opportunity to learn the science of laughter and how laughter heals.
The Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre (SLMHC) Foundation has started their 23rd Annual Tree of Hearts Campaign.
The Government of Ontario is undertaking consultation on a proposal for a regular annual spring black bear hunting season.
The Municipality of Sioux Lookout and the Township of Pickle Lake are two of the 424 small, rural and northern communities which will receive funding this year through the Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund (OCIF).
Benna Linden, Flora Anderson, Leslie Quedent and Jeslynn Oskineegish answer this week s Question of the Week.
A dog team being used to haul firewood in the early 1900 s.
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Confederation College launched its new Diversity, Equity and Indigenous Lens Wednesday (January 15), a tool that will help ensure Confederation s policies...
The Pelican Falls First Nations High School (PFFNHS) Timberwolves hosted the St. Thomas Aquinas High School Saints in girls volleyball and boys basketball action on Jan. 14.
The Sioux Lookout Photography Club, which has been ongoing since the fall, has been attracting area residents who are looking to learn photography or take their existing skills to the next level.
Over the past three years, the Cedar Bay Trail Co has been maintaining, grooming, and building trails located at Cedar Bay.
Hello all. I hope you had a nice holiday and are ready for an exciting new year. May 2020 be one of the best years ever for you. Starting a new year is always exciting. We make plans and goals and work toward fulfilling them. If being a new...
Edward Hoshizaki Development Consulting conducted two public consultations on Jan. 14 to discuss sports tourism development initiatives for Sioux Lookout s Sports Tourism Strategy.
Chickee crashed our afternoon party, bouncing off the living room window, enroute to his famous feast of seeds piled on the fish cleaning table on the deck.
Marly Quince is in the midst of his first season with the Reading Royals, who compete in the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL).