Sioux Lookout Mayor Doug Lawrance and Lac Seul First Nation Chief Derek Maud honoured and celebrated Indigenous Peoples Month during a ceremony on June 22.
Representatives from Wataynikaneyap (Watay) Power and Valard Construction LP have informed that the Watay Power Transmission Project, which will connect 17 First Nations communities to the main electricity grid in Ontario for the first time, has been...
Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre (SLMHC), Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority (SLFNHA), and the Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) are responding to what is being described as a cluster of asymptomatic people, who tested positive...
Northwestern Ontario tourism outfitters voiced their need for financial support from the government to assist the tourism industry across the region during a Tourism Matters rally in Vermillion Bay on June 13.
The Sioux Lookout Chamber of Commerce is offering homebased businesses another opportunity to bring their products and services to the community and become more widely known in town...
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Pictures of Doctor Mitchella when he used to practice in Sioux Lookout in 1908.
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The Sioux Lookout Shrine Club will be hosting a charity golf tournament from July 1 to 5 this year to raise funds for Big Wheels Keep on Turning.
Vanessa Berry and her children Ameera and Brooklyn Swartz accept first price in the Sioux Lookout Chamber of Commerce s Take Pride Community Wide Competition from Chamber President Katie Positano and Chamber Director Dori Hopko.
Lately I ve been busy meeting with local business owners, volunteers, and community leaders across the Kenora riding.
Five new Provincial Constables have recently joined the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) in Sioux Lookout and Pickle Lake.
Former Sioux Lookout resident Danielle Desmarais-Clace has a passion for making food from scratch. That passion has evolved into a homemade food business called Village Chocolate Co., where she creates hand-crafted bean-to-bar artisan chocolate.
Keewaytinook Okimakanak is receiving thousands of dollars from the Government of Ontario, through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC), for two projects which will benefit area First Nation communities.
A boil water advisory issued on June 17 for all Hudson residences and businesses with a municipal water connection, was lifted on June 22.
Butterflies are all around. Even the first Monarch I ve seen this year joined White Admirals and Tiger Swallowtails, along with several other smaller species, to welcome us back to camp.
Since March, Connected North has been providing students and families with the opportunity to experience virtual adventures through their Connected [email protected] Program, allowing them to learn from providers, from the comforts of their own homes...
The Sioux Lookout Chamber of Commerce and Sioux Lookout Travel Information Centre have partnered to pay the cost of hanging flower baskets in Sioux Lookout this year. Both organizations worked with the Municipality of Sioux Lookout on the initiative.
Life-long Hudson resident Brad Hyslop, who has been doing amateur archeological work for over 25 years locally, said he recently came across an unexpected discovery along the shorelines of Lac Seul