The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 29 - No. 2, November 6, 2019
Sioux Lookout Legion President Kirk Drew confirmed the Sioux Lookout Legion has a one-of-a-kind distinction in all of Canada. The Sioux Lookout Legion is the only Legion to have three 75-year Legion members.
Confederation College s Sioux Lookout Campus celebrated the grand opening of its new location on Oct. 29.
The Ontario Government has provided the Wataynikaneyap (Watay) Power Transmission Project a $1.34 billion loan for the project s construction costs, enabling the project to continue moving forward.
Andre Sakakeesic, Colin Davis, Brenda Gray and Trent Quedent answer this week s Question of the Week!
Two community improvement projects in Sioux Lookout are semi-finalists in the fall 2019 Tbaytel for Good Community Fund campaign.
Read the top stories from November 6, 2002!
The Pelican Falls First Nations High School Timberwolves hosted the Ignace Falcons for boys volleyball and senior girls basketball matchups on Nov. 1.
Sioux North High School helped kick off Treaties Recognition Week in the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board (KPDSB) by hosting the opening ceremonies on Nov. 4.
The Sioux North High School Warriors boys hockey team hosted the Red Lake Rams for a preseason doubleheader on Nov. 2.
The boys got their first taste of real action this past weekend, as we welcomed the Red Lake Rams to the Sioux Lookout Memorial Arena on November 2nd for a two game preseason set. The Rams had previously played two other games versus...
The Sioux-Hudson Literacy Council (SHLC) has been offering a digital literacy program, Discover Online Integrated Information Technology Program (DOI2T), since the summer of 2018.
The Government of Ontario and the Northwestern Health Unit are encouraging people to get the flu shot.
Restrictions put in place at the Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre (SLMHC) on Oct. 18 to limit the spread of a Gastroenteritis (gastro) outbreak were lifted on Oct. 30.
No matter where you live, chances are you will face some challenging driving conditions in the months ahead. Freezing rain, snow, sleet and whiteouts can make winter driving downright dangerous.
The 9th Annual Bearskin Airlines Skip to Equip women s curling fundraiser is taking place this weekend at the Sioux Lookout Golf and Curling Club and according to committee member Muriel Anderson, teams can t wait for the fun, non-competitive event to get
A Big Thank YOU to my family, friends (from afar and locally), as well as organizations for the flower arrangements, gifts and special wishes on my 90th Birthday Celebration!
Born in Transcona, Manitoba December 21, 1920, he attended high school in Leamington Ontario from 1934 to 1940, while working seasonally for H.J. Heinz in 1938 and 1939. He enlisted in Windsor in 1940...
Cloudy tonight... a late stroll on the deck showed no stars. A quick peek in the living room window, though, showed Grace splayed on her bed in front of the fire, oblivious to the dark sky outside.
More than 130 people packed the Edwin Switzer Memorial, Royal Canadian Legion, Branch # 78 last Saturday for a Remembrance Day Tea.
Residents at the William A George Extended Care Unit handed out candy to the many children who visited them on Halloween evening, putting a smile on the faces of residents and visitors alike.