Sioux Lookout s Jimmy Roy is just the second player in Manitoba Moose history to have their number raised to the rafters at Bell MTS Place in Winnipeg after the team officially retired his number during a home game on Feb. 7.
Residents across the region had the opportunity to review and comment on the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry s (MNRF) proposed insect pest management program to control the jack pine budworm infestation...
Local musher Jesse Terry is gearing up for a dog sled season that he describes as one of the biggest seasons he s had.
Terry said he has two races approaching that will see him submit two teams in each, allowing him to race and travel with his family.
Sioux Lookout is one of just three northern Ontario communities that have been hosting a three-year project called Boreal Creates, which has allowed Pelican Falls First Nations High School (PFFNHS) students to explore different arts programming.
Educators from Sacred Heart School, along with their peers from The Northwest Catholic District School Board (TNCDSB), joined OECTA (Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association) members in a one-day strike on Feb. 4.
Lucas Ward, Logan Ward, Jett Bull, Marlie Squires, Kai Machimity, Theresa Machimity, Peter Oombash, and Gordon Oombash answer this week s Question of the Week.
As the son of immigrant Italian parents, I was taught by word and by example that we should respect all people and their property.
Long-time Friends of Cedar Bay volunteer Matt Culham was treated to a surprise birthday celebration, complete with cake, at the 4th annual Moonlit Cozy Cabin on Feb. 8.
Once again this year the Ojibway Power Toboggan Association s annual Poker Derby was a success.
The weather was excellent and we had a total of 110 riders that participated in the event.
The Pelican Falls First Nations High School Timberwolves hosted the Atikokan Voyageurs on Feb. 4, taking them on in girls volleyball and senior boys basketball.
Gloria Jean Candice Johnson Wylie passed away peacefully on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 at Mount Sinai hospital in Toronto.
It seems so long until ice will be off the lakes and we can frolic in tee shirts, but, really, we re seeing the signs every day that the time is coming.
Hundreds of young hockey players from across northwestern Ontario and Manitoba competed in the 19th annual Little Bands Native Youth Hockey Tournament in Dryden, Eagle Lake, and Vermilion Bay from Feb. 2 to 9.