The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol 29 - No. 50 - October 14, 2020
Read this week's articles below.
Thanks to funding support from Health Canada s Substance Use and Addictions Program, an improved Crisis Response and Harm Reduction Mobile Outreach Team will be established in Sioux Lookout.
October 4 has traditionally been a day in Canada when people gather for Sisters in Spirit Vigils across the country, honouring the lives of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG).
Kiiwetinoong MPP Sol Mamakwa says he plans to remain seated for the national anthem and God Save the Queen in the Ontario Legislature.
Sioux Lookout has always had a really robust economy and we currently have 211 jobs posted with our organization. In 2020, we ve posted 1095 jobs. In a community of 5,500 people, that s a pretty significant number of positions...
Victoria Linklater Memorial School (VLMS) in North Spirit Lake acknowledged and honoured Indian Residential School (IRS) survivors on Orange Shirt Day, September 30th. Orange Shirt Day was created in 2013 to educate people and spread...
The Good News Books store is offering a platform for local artists to display and sell their work. Heidi Weaver, the manager at the store said, We re encouraging everyone to support local businesses during this time. So that s part...
Elaine Elliott, Harmony Chawrun, Michael Chawrun and Kirsten Kokopenace-Beardy answer this week s Question of the Week!
Off-Road Vehicles (ORVs) are operated on local roads and trails throughout our Municipality year-round. In July 2020, the Ontario Off-Road Vehicles Act was modified to allow for additional vehicle types to operate on roadways throughout the province.
National Breastfeeding Week was celebrated between Oct. 1 and 7.
The event shares the aims of World Breastfeeding Week (WBW), an annual event to promote, support and encourage breastfeeding throughout the world. Organized by The World Alliance for ...
Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW) ran from Oct. 4 to 10 and according to the Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health (CAMIMH) is, designed to help open the eyes of Canadians to the reality of mental illness.
Sioux Area Seniors Activity Centre members Charron Sippola, Sandra Lockhart and Joan Kydd created this Halloween themed display on the Front Street facing windows of the senior centre last week.
I started when I was a kid (at the age of 8) and I kept on trapping all the years I ve been around, 96 year old Sioux Lookout resident Adam Zarecki shared when asked about receiving the OFMF s Lifetime Achievement Award.