On March 11, World Health Organization (WHO) Director General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus characterised COVID-19 as a pandemic.
The Sioux Lookout Legion presented a donation, thanks to proceeds from their Valentine s Day meat raffle, to Sioux Looks Out For Paws.
Sioux Looks Out For Paws, a local no-kill animal shelter, said the donation will be used for vet bills and animal food.
The Thunder Bay Symphony Youth Orchestra (TBSYO) took centre stage, delighting Sioux Lookout community members with classic masterpieces and contemporary works, during a concert in the Upper Legion Hall on March 14.
Sioux Lookout self-made blacksmith Kaden Kanakakeesic, who forges specialty knives in his own Sioux Knives shop, has been on a recovery journey since June after a fire broke out in his shop, causing him to sustain serious burns.
Slate Falls Airways has shared that no one was injured in an accident which took place on the afternoon of March 15, approximately 30 kilometres west of Slate Falls First Nation.
The beginning of fire season in northwestern Ontario is quickly approaching, taking effect on April 1. With the fire season comes laws, regulations, and potential hazards.
Coreen Zygar, John Hall, Dallas Crowe, and Lucas Johnup answer this week s Question of the Week.
It is not the practice of the Chamber of Commerce to formally respond to posts, tweets, or opinion pieces, preferring instead to work cooperatively with the town and local businesses to promote the growth and prosperity of Sioux Lookout. However...
When I left Sioux Lookout 20 years ago after having lived there for three years, the late Leo Bernier told me, You are getting out at the right time. Boy was he ever right.
COVID-19 spreads quickly, is impacting entire work places, and will soon place immense stress on hospitals. We are spiralling into a global recession. So far approximately 6,000 people have died around the world. This is terrible and frightening.
It feels a bit like we were watching a two hour long movie and in the last few minutes we found we were suddenly actors in the movie. Except the movie we were watching was two months long and our few minutes was a few days...
For Sale By Owner (FSBO): Trying to sell your home yourself may look like a great way to save thousands of dollars, but is it worth it? Let s have a closer look to help you decide.
Wrestlers from Sioux North High School (SNHS) and Sacred Heart School represented Sioux Lookout on a large stage, participating in the Ontario Winter Games and OFSAA (Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations) tournaments.
It is with sadness that we say goodbye to our father, James Henry Brannan, who died peacefully in his home on February 24, 2020. Jim was born May 19, 1937 in Sioux Lookout, Ontario to Percy and Irene (nee Maloney)Brannan.
My friend Omar at Ramsey Smoke Shop sold me the torch lighter insert for a Zippo lighter. When I got home this week I dug out my old Zippo from a box in the basement.
Award-winning Canadian country music group Doc Walker made their Sioux Lookout debut during their Sioux-Hudson Entertainment Series performance on Feb. 21.
Chris McKhool (centre) invited Kids Kaleidoscope Entertainment Series showgoers to perform on stage with him and his friends Kevin Laliberte (right) and Drew Birston (left) during the trio s performance at Sioux North High School on Feb. 27.
The Sioux North High School (SNHS) girls curling team had a packed schedule that saw them play over 25 hours worth of games from March 4 to 10, averaging three games a day.
The Sioux Lookout Dart League hosted their annual Sioux Lookout Dart Tournament on March 13 and 14, which saw 28 participants compete at the Legion in Sioux Lookout.