The Municipality of Sioux Lookout announced burning without a permit will be allowed until July 12.
As of June 13, residents will then be required to have a permit.
As the Ontario economy reopens, I ve heard from many constituents who are eager to get back to work, but still concerned about their financial stability, as well as many local employers who are struggling to recruit workers.
Marie Marguerite Therese Bower, the matriarch of the Bower family left her large family with an abundance of fond memories. Therese was born in St. Omer, Quebec on December 12, 1927 to Irma and Hector Landry.
The number of homes sold in Canada in May compared to April has surge 57 per cent but sales are still weakest since 1996 and 40% lower from a year ago.
In Sioux Lookout and across Canada July 1st will be different this year. The restrictions we are using to protect ourselves from COVID-19 put Canada Day celebratory gatherings on hold.
A 30-year-old man wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for being Unlawfully at Large has been arrested in Hudson.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sioux North High School (SNHS), Sioux Mountain Public School (SMPS) and Sacred Heart School (SHS) held virtual graduation ceremonies to recognize this year s graduating students.
With small painted rocks, Sioux Lookout residents are bringing a smile to the faces of their friends, family and neighbours.
Notes from the June 17, 2020 Municipal Council Meeting.
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Sioux Lookout Sunrise Bombers in front of a store. They were allstars in 1938 and champions in 1939.
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: The school year has come to a close and it has been an unprecedented year for students.
Sioux Lookout s Salvation Army Thrift Store has transitioned to selling clothing and houseware items on Facebook, due to COVID-19, helping them to clear out some of their inventory.
In a Facebook post on June 22, Community Living Dryden Sioux Lookout confirmed Ojibway Park will remain closed for the summer.
The Rotary Club of Sioux Lookout is asking the community to nominate dedicated volunteers as candidates for the Jack McKenzie Memorial Award.
Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre is reporting no new cases of COVID-19 amongst its hospital staff as of June 26.
Charron Sippola, with the help of a few assistants, created a Canada Day scene on the Front Street facing windows of the Sioux Area Seniors Activity Centre on June 23.
National and regional leadership, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Kenora Riding MP Eric Melillo, Kiiwetinoong MPP Sol Mamakwa, and Sioux Lookout Mayor Doug Lawrance, celebrated Tikinagan Child & Family Services annual Honouring Our Children Day.