Some local businesses in town are displaying signs featuring a message of thankfulness and appreciation for essential workers thanks to an initiative started by a Sioux Lookout resident.
Businesses and community members in Sioux Lookout have been working tirelessly to help provide personal protective equipment (PPE), such as face masks and face shields, to workers and residents locally and in northern communities.
Darrell Morgan, Martha Quedent, Matt Cairns, Theresa Oombash-Machimity, and Evelyn Bunting answer this week s Question of the Week.
There is now much discussion about re-opening the economy. Discussions are taking place at all levels from households to employers to governments.
I ll be back in the House of Commons on Wednesday, April 29th to advocate for the Kenora riding.
Members of Parliament have been working remotely from their ridings since the House of Commons was suspended in mid-March.
FIREFLY will be hosting a two-day Virtual Conference in May, providing parents, caregivers, educators, and healthcare workers a chance to learn about a variety of topics.
Protecting children and supporting families during a global pandemic and the challenges of social isolation takes a community effort, and that continues to be Tikinagan Child & Family Services approach, the child welfare agency shared...
Northwestern Ontario s longest running triathlon has been cancelled for 2020.
This August would have marked the 31st edition of the Sioux Lookout Triathlon, held annually during the Sioux Lookout Blueberry Festival.
In April, we celebrate Earth Day so your Environment Committee would like to share some information about the beneficial impacts of forest operations and wood products on the climate.
The Kenora District Services Board (KDSB) has announced the delivery of free emergency child care services to essential front line workers across the region, including Sioux Lookout.
Community members, local leadership, and the Sioux Lookout OPP detachment honoured and remembered the lives that were lost during a mass shooting in Nova Scotia on April 18 and 19.
Thirty years ago my friend Dave McKay was getting a new puppy. Delivery was a couple weeks away and the search was on for a name for the little boy. Dave thought Booger would be perfect.
In a statement on April 24, Sioux Lookout Golf and Curling Club s (SLGCC) Board of Directors provided an update regarding the opening of the course as well as membership availability.
From left: Siblings Winter, Forrest, Maple and Lake Woodrow, cleaned up around Sioux North High School on Earth Day (April 22), collecting four bags of garbage.
It is with great sadness that the family of Roger Dell announce the passing of our beloved husband, father, and grandfather on April 20, 2020 peacefully at home at the age of 74.
It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Dennis Ward (Gus) Goodfellow on April 16 with his family by his side. Dennis was born in Sioux Lookout and resided there until 1972.
At a time when programs and activities have been shut down or cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sioux Lookout Multicultural Youth Centre Music Program has moved online to continue to support its guitar students.
This year, we managed to sell over $15,000 worth of popcorn in our community! This money will be used for programming, updating our camp and providing the youth with many opportunities without additional costs to the families!