Dr. Christopher Mushquash, a Sioux Lookout born clinical physician now based out of Thunder Bay, has been recognized for being a leader in providing mental health and addictions services.
Squirrels, and other wildlife, can be seen all across the municipality and province. There will be more opportunities for Ontario residents to explore and see wildlife with the Provincial Government opening Provincial Parks and conservation reserves...
The Kenora District Services Board (KDSB) is one of six new Designated Community expansions approved for the Canada-wide Reaching Home Program.
Schools across the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board (KPDSB) and The Northwest Catholic District School Board (TNCDSB) celebrated Education Week and Catholic Education Week last week.
The Sioux Lookout Bulletin is practising social distancing and has opted to get Your Perspective through social media during the COVID-19 pandemic. Last week we asked on Mother s Day (May 10), do you have a favourite memory of Mom or special message?
I hope you are all keeping well in these difficult times. I would like to once again thank the first responders and essential workers who are doing their part to keep Canadians safe and provide access to crucial goods and services.
Real Estate Agents are working hard to make sure people who need to buy or sell property during the pandemic get quality service while minimizing health risks.
Dr. Ian Gemmill, Acting Medical Officer of Health for the Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU), said he feels our area has dodged a bullet .
Last week residents, businesses, and organizations across the country took part in National Mental Health Week, Maternal Mental Health Week and Children s Mental Health Week from May 4 to 10.
Should fire or flooding threaten any of Sioux Lookout s neighbours at this time, Sioux Lookout will not be in a position to host evacuees.
The Municipality of Sioux Lookout is advising that while Provincial Parks are beginning to open this week for day-use access, Municipal parks and recreational facilities remain closed in compliance with Provincial Orders.
On May 2, the Provincial Government stated it has been, actively working with federal and municipal governments, First Nations partners, and non-governmental organizations to prepare and respond to any flooding situation across the province...
Looking out my front door, here s what I saw this morning. Two days ago I was sheltering in the shade from the sweltering heat. This morning I scrambled for firewood to put a little heat in the cabin.
The Sioux Lookout Harley Owners Group (HOG) is reminding residents to keep an eye out for single headlights as motorcyclists start to hit the roads.