Sioux Lookout Municipal Council has asked that staff work with the municipal treasurer and Keewatin-Aski Ltd., engineering consultant on the Municipality s Waterfront Development Project at Farlinger Park (the town beach), to determine...
Lodges and fishing camps in Sioux Lookout said the border closures, and other COVID-19 restrictions, are greatly affecting their ability to operate, with the vast majority of their clientele coming from the United States.
After approximately three weeks with no new COVID-19 cases being reported by the Northwestern Health Unit, new cases were reported in the Red Lake area on May 21, in Fort Frances on May 20, in the Dryden area on May 19 and in Sioux Lookout on May 16.
Speaking during Question Period on May 19 at Queen s Park, Kiiwetinoong MPP Sol Mamakwa said the provincial government must consult with First Nations before reopening the north.
The Sioux Lookout Bulletin is practising social distancing and has opted to get Your Perspective through social media during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A lake-side camp site in the early 1920s. Photo believed to have been taken near Hudson.
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Because of the pandemic, the Legion Ladies Auxiliary as many other organizations, has not been active. However, we are still sponsoring a scholarship this year for any graduating students at Sioux North High School.
Thank you once again for the steps you ve been taking to help each other and protect public health. It s been heartening to see our communities come together, even as this crisis requires us to distance ourselves physically.
After a province-wide Restricted Fire Zone (RFZ) was lifted on May 16, an RFZ is now back in effect for the Thunder Bay and Dryden Districts, as well as the eastern Fort Frances district and southern portions of Sioux Lookout and Nipigon Districts as of..
National Police Week was recognized across the country from May 10 to 16.
Kenora resident Tania Cameron, who is the North West Regional Coordinator for Indigenous Sport & Wellness Ontario, has been working with farmers in the Winnipeg area who are looking to offload potatoes. Cameron has been delivering those potatoes...
Meeting was held via videoconference.
The full meeting can be viewed on the Municipality s Facebook page @municipalitysiouxlookout.
Students across the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board (KPDSB), The Northwest Catholic District School Board (TNCDSB), and the rest of the province are continuing to learn from home for the remainder of the school year after the Government...
The Municipality of Sioux Lookout is advising the public how some reopened outdoor spaces may now be used with restrictions, following the provincial government s May 19 announcement that Ontario has officially entered the first stage...
Paramedic Services Week is May 24 to May 30, and Kenora District Services Board s Northwest Emergency Medical Services (NWEMS) is honoured to promote this year s theme: Pandemic: Paramedics on the Front Line .
In a Facebook post on May 19, Sioux Lookout Lions club member Debbie Michaud confirmed that this year s annual Canada Day activities and fireworks are cancelled.
The Sioux Lookout Multi Cultural Youth Centre Music Program has recorded and shared its first remote video, featuring the four members of the band Hot Mess, performing Wake Me When It s Over by The Cranberries.
The Sioux Lookout Golf and Curling Club (SLGCC) officially opened on May 19, allowing golfers to enjoy a sunshine-filled week on the course last week.
The Sioux Lookout Minor Hockey Association (SLMHA) recognized their players, teams, coaches, and other volunteers in a Facebook post on May 19, where they featured their year-end award winners.
Dennis Ernest Hoey Sr, Age 82, of Sioux Lookout passed away peacefully, Wednesday May 13th, 2020.
The long weekend and opening of fishing season have brought us a bonanza at camp.
Weather has been beautiful, sunny and warm. Dandelions are shooting up all over the yard and some butterflies and bumblebees are showing up and hanging around...
Sioux Lookout s animal rescue, Sioux Looks Out For Paws, said COVID-19 has affected their ability to fundraise as they normally would to cover operating costs and vet costs.
The Lake of the Woods Control Board (LWCB), who regulates the water levels of Lake of the Woods and Lac Seul, said a dry period dating back to January has resulted in lower-than-average water levels on Lac Seul.