The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol 29 - No. 48 - September 30, 2020
Read this week's articles below.
Lac Seul First Nation is demanding action to address an ongoing issue of erosion of sacred ancestral burial sites along the shores of Lac Seul.
Darlene Necan, a member of the Ojibway Nation of Saugeen, has walked hundreds of kilometres in a Peaceful Awareness Walk Against Nuclear Waste.
Read the top stories from October 2, 2002.
Kenora MP Eric Melillo is calling the recent Speech from the Throne, incredibly disappointing.
Sioux Lookout Mayor Doug Lawrance proclaimed September 25 as Franco-Ontarian Day in the Municipality of Sioux Lookout last week. The Franco-Ontarian flag was raised at the Sioux Lookout Municipal Office.
Eva Masakeyash, Dave Carroll, Kevin Berze, and Hayley Willoughby answer this weeks Question of the Week.
Photo labelled Jas Oxenar, Allen Shields and Don Rorke.
I was at Meno Ya Win Health Centre this week for an out patient medical service. I was reminded how fortunate we are to live in a place that has a medical facility, and staff, like we have at Meno Ya Win Health Centre.
If there were a competition for a local business sector most impacted by COVID-19, the tourist facilities dependent on the American market would be among the winners. Unfortunately to win they did so by losing 95%...
This year s annual Municipal Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event held on Sept. 19, was attended by 182 vehicles, which is the second highest count in the six years the annual collection event has been hosted, said Andrew Jewell,...
Rail Safety Week was observed across North America last week, encouraging communities to create awareness about the potential risks involved at rail crossings. Running from September 21-27 this year, the Canadian National (CN) Railway Police Service...
With her family by her side, Della Southall passed away on Friday, September 11 at the age of 91.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our mother (Baba) Joyce Hrynchuk at the age of 85. She loved to laugh and always made those around her laugh too. She had a colourful approach to life and was certainly never boring.
Last week a friend shared his thoughts with me about avoiding covid contamination. Eat and live healthy. Spend as much time as possible outdoors.
The Sioux Lookout Lions Club has initiated their Celebration Fundraiser, a replica of an initiative by the Dryden GM Ice Dogs, a junior ice hockey team from Dryden. It is an opportunity for community members to highlight special events...
Normally at this time of year the Sioux Hudson Entertainment Series would be gearing up to present an exciting season of live entertainment to fill Sioux Lookouts cooler months.