Organizations and agencies in Sioux Lookout said they ll be celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day and National Indigenous History Month differently this year due to COVID-19 restrictions, such as social distancing and gathering sizes.
A Tiger Swallowtail rests atop a dandelion between flights along the trails at Cedar Bay, where many others can be seen floating along the paths and between the trees.
Last Friday the majority of the province, including Northern Ontario, entered Stage 2 of the Ontario government s framework for reopening the economy.
A husband and wife were transported to Winnipeg s burn unit after escaping from an early morning house fire on June 11 in Muskrat Dam First Nation.
Last Friday, the Ontario government increased the limit on social gatherings from five to 10 people. People were also encouraged to establish a social circle , which the province pointed out is a different thing altogether.
Shannon Brody, Dorothy Broderick, Nancy McCord, and Kayla Bonello answer this week s Question of the Week.
Sioux Lookout Italian Community playing bocce at the Carbone residence circa 1965. Bocce was played at Carbone s every Sunday during the summer Sioux Lookout s first bocce court.
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Kiiwetinoong MPP Sol Mamakwa is calling on the government of Ontario to help First Nations in his riding contain COVID-19.
I was relieved to learn that our region of Ontario has progressed to Stage 2 of the economic re-opening, allowing campgrounds, restaurant patios, salons, outdoor recreation facilities, and other businesses to resume operations.
A proposal featuring smart-drones, Unmanned Autonomous Aerial Medical Supply Chain, from Big Rock Technologies, in partnership with the Municipality of Sioux Lookout and Valqari Drone Delivery Solutions, has been selected to the top ten...
Second Sandy Beach opened for public use on June 12 following the relaxation of certain Provincial Orders, giving people an opportunity to cool off in the waters of Pelican Lake this summer.
Did you know that our Municipality has an Environment Committee? Yes, we do.
Who we are: The Committee is made up of a group of environmentally conscious volunteers appointed by the Municipal Council, two Municipal Councillors, a Staff Resource person...
Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority (SLFNHA) is continuing to strive for excellence as it responds to the COVID-19 pandemic on behalf of the 31 communities it represents.
The Municipality of Sioux Lookout recently announced staffing changes within its Senior Management Team in a press release on May 28, which featured the retirement of long-serving Fire Chief and Emergency Services Manager Rob Favot.
Long-time Day Care Manager Kelly Negus celebrated her retirement this spring after 36 years of providing childcare services within the Municipality of Sioux Lookout.
Sioux Lookout residents have experienced a wide variety of weather patterns throughout early June, including heavy rainfall, warm sunshine, and below freezing temperatures overnight.
Sioux Lookout and area residents enjoyed another full weekend of Curbside Swapping last week. The event, which typically occurs once a month in the spring, summer, and early fall, will become a more frequent staple this year.
Inspired by the Corridor of Love initiative which took place in Sioux Lookout on June 4, Sioux Lookout resident Jessica Crawford and Kieran Davis, a Lac Seul band member, have asked community members to continue to show their support...
The Municipality of Sioux Lookout is, taking all reasonable and necessary steps to open our Children s Centres as soon as possible, according to Municipal CAO Michelle Larose.
Municipal Council Notes from a Special Council Meeting on June 3.
Check out some summer sights captured around Sioux Lookout!