Community agencies have come together to provide a warm, safe space for those experiencing homelessness on the streets of Sioux Lookout.
The Independent First Nations Alliance (IFNA) celebrated the grand opening of their Home Away Community Student Dwelling, located in Sioux Lookout, on March 3.
Family, friends, and community members are mourning the passing of elder Juliette Blackhawk, who was a member of Lac Seul First Nation and lived in Sioux Lookout.
Members of the East-West Ring of Fire Road Coalition, a group made up of Indigenous, municipal and businesses representatives, were at the Ontario Legislature in Toronto on March 2...
R-L: Banjo Morrison, Orville Duff, Gene Guerten and Doughy Florence standing in front of Clarke s Hotel (present day McFee s Tavern) on Front Street in the late 1930s.
I am writing this letter regarding concerns of our downtown core. While there are valid concerns for business owners in our downtown core and on Front Street, there is an undertone of someone needs to make the problem go away .
Good people have been doing good things for many, many years in Sioux Lookout. When it comes to helping vulnerable people, this is certainly the case.
A traffic incident at the entrance of Cedar Bay has resulted in the installation of a new temporary stop sign as vehicles exit the Cedar Bay parking lot.
Broomball players from across the region competed in Lac Seul from March 6 to 8 during the Northern Lights Broomball Championship
Friends and colleagues filled Sioux Lookout s FIREFLY office to celebrate Janet Paterson s retirement on March 4 after almost 38 years of working in children s services with the organization.
The LSPS (Lac Seul Police Service) are pleased to announce they have hired two new officers, Constable Ben Stevens and Constable Rob Lawrance.
Cst Ben Stevens started working in January 2020. He is from the Cornwall area.
Cst Rob Lawrance is from Sioux