In the midst of unusual times filled with social-distancing, isolation, and quarantine, organizations are stressing the importance of taking care of your mental health.
The Sioux Lookout Public Library (SLPL) is connecting Sioux Lookout residents, and library card holders, to online resources that provide access to a wide variety of readable and engaging content.
Last week we asked people how they and their loved ones celebrated Easter during this time of social distancing, if the Easter Bunny stopped by their house, and if they were using technology to keep in touch with friends and family. These were your respon
Stories are a universal way of connecting with people and communicating a message. Everyone enjoys a well told story, shared Sioux Lookout resident Merle Burkholder, who has begun sharing personal tales through a YouTube channel in his name.
Sioux Lookout OPP have charged a 27 year old from the First Nations Territory of Anishnawwek, Ontario following a string of graffiti tagging incidents in the Municipality.
In a news release on April 11, the Government of Ontario extended all emergency orders that have been put into place under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act until April 23. That includes the closure of outdoor amenities...
More than 100 Canadian Rangers have been placed on active duty in 30 First Nations across the Far North of Ontario as part of the Canadian Armed Forces initial response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The streets of our communities are quiet these days. We are grateful for everyone who is complying with the messages of social distancing and staying home. Yet some essential work must continue.
We are grateful for all those on both...
Sioux Mountain Public School has partnered with the Northwestern Health Unit, the Kenora District Services Board, the Nishnawbe-Gamik Friendship Centre, the Ontario Native Women s Association, and Sioux North High School to ensure families...
Many years ago I met Fred Gamble out in the middle of Abram Lake. Fred was an old man at that time, a lifelong Sioux Lookouter, outdoorsman, bachelor, and a good friend of mine.
With the arrival of spring The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) and the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are reminding the public to exercise caution as bears begin to come out of hibernation.