This Queen Street residence in Sioux Lookout displays messaging asking people to stay home during the COVID-19 pandemic and reminds the community We re in this together.
The Northwestern Health Unit confirmed Sioux Lookout s first positive case of COVID-19 on April 2.
Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority (SLFNHA) confirmed a positive case of COVID-19 in the remote northern community of Eabametoong First Nation (also known as Fort Hope First Nation) on Monday (April 6).
In a news release on April 2 the Government of Ontario announced, starting April 3, a Restricted Fire Zone for the entire province (Zones 1 to 36) will be in effect during the COVID-19 epidemic.
The Municipality of Sioux Lookout said a Sioux Lookout COVID-19 Vulnerable Persons Committee has been assembled, comprising of various organizations and agencies, to help protect the local vulnerable population.
People are being urged to stay home during the COVID-19 pandemic to protect themselves, their families, and their communities. But spending so much time at home could get boring. In an effort to help relieve that potential boredom...
Last week we asked people if they had any words of encouragement, support, or thanks for those providing services which have been deemed essential during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Log cabin construction in the early 1920s. Photo believed to have been taken near Hudson.
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People in the Sioux Lookout area have watched the COVID-19 virus spread across the globe and now it has arrived in Sioux Lookout.
Last week Sioux Lookout s first case of COVID-19 was identified. First let it be said that our thoughts go out to each and everyone who contracts the coronavirus. It is our hope that this case and all cases will have positive outcomes.
For millions of Ontarians, the rent was due last week. And for many, the COVID-19 pandemic has left them without a way to pay their rent.
This year s 23rd annual Tree of Hearts campaign, which is run by the Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre (SLMHC) Foundation from the New Year until Feb. 14, raised $3,500, assisting the SLMHC in purchasing needed equipment.
On March 31 the Ontario government announced that schools and child care centres will remain closed to protect the health and safety of students and staff.
Despite office closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, FIREFLY is offering tips and information for parents through social media, their website, and over the phone to help families discuss and cope during the current pandemic.
Local organizations are providing information, along with resources, to better help seniors during the current COVID-19 epidemic.
The Original Bottle Cap Lure Company, who appeared on season 13 of CBC s Dragons Den, has brought their products to Sioux Lookout shelves.
First Step Women s Shelter (FSWS) in Sioux Lookout is continuing to provide a safe and secure emergency shelter for physically, emotionally and or sexually abused women and their children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As temperatures rise and the snow melts this spring, the Northwestern Health Unit is reminding people to follow safe disposal practices if they come across any discarded needles.
As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread across the province of Ontario, in an effort to stop the spread, the provincial government reduced its list of businesses classified as essential on April 3.
Sioux Lookout and area residents will be restricted when it comes to enjoying outdoor facilities, and activities, locally due to increased efforts provincially to stop the further spread of COVID-19.
At 10 o clock Tuesday morning Mary and I left the house. She drove me around to the west side of the lake where, 20 minutes later, Grace and I loaded a few supplies into a small sled, said bye to Mary, and began our foot trek across the ice...