Volume 29 - No. 40 - Wednesday, August 5, 2020
Geraldine Morgan is this year s recipient of the John Alexander Jack McKenzie Memorial Award.
Sioux Lookout s 38th Blueberry Festival got underway on July 31 and will run through to August 9.
The use of masks or face coverings will become mandatory in enclosed public spaces beginning on August 17.
The Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) has changed the way positive COVID-19 test results will be reported.
This year s festival features approximately 60 events, with about 30 per cent of them being online.
Nancy McCord, Betty Lacosse, Shannon Brody, and Candice Fraser Goretzki answer this week s Question of the Week.
2nd, 3rd, and 4th buildings on Front Street 1909.
Read the top stories from August 3, 2005.
The Ontario government released its plan to restart school in September on July 30.
Scenes from the Travel Information Centre
Wasaya Airways has appointed James Ward as its new President and Chief Executive Officer.
I hope everyone has had a safe and relaxing long weekend. I realize businesses and families are still struggling to stay afloat amid this crisis, and that the government isn t doing enough.
Announced on July 29, the provincial government stated in a news release that the strategy focuses on, strengthening families and communities through prevention, early intervention and seeking more...
When Sioux Lookout residents Dwight Hildebrand, Jim Carroll and Knowles McGill began their round of golf at the Sioux Lookout Golf and Curling Club on Wednesday, July 15, it seemed like just another afternoon on the links for the three friends.