The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol 29 - No. 51 - October 21, 2020
Read this week's articles below.
With Halloween right around the corner, the Northwestern Health Unit is providing tips to keep people safe as they partake in the annual tradition, which will look different this year during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dress Purple Day, held each October, commemorates and raises awareness of the important role that individuals and communities play in supporting vulnerable children, youth, and families.
Sioux Lookout artist Brent Wesley is featuring in Mamawi-nikamowak (They Sing Altogether), a project by Bawaadan Collective. He is one of 19 different artists who will each be creating short one to two minute videos.
The Sioux Lookout COVID-19 Assessment Centre, which had been operating out of a trailer located in the Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre s (SLMHC) Main Entrance parking lot, has now moved inside the health centre.
Bailey Gravelle, Gloria Beaver, Lorna Singleton and Scott Malcolm answer this week s Question of the Week.
On behalf of Canadian Mental Health Association Fort Frances Branch, we would like to thank Reeti Meenakshi Rohilla and the Sioux Lookout Bulletin for the article Mental Illness Awareness Week Breaking Societal Stigma (Oct. 14th edition).
The Sioux Lookout Legion remains closed for events and to the general public due to the Covid-19 outbreak, but that doesn t mean the activity has stopped.
The Kids Kaleidoscope Entertainment Series, running since 1995, is an annual series with a goal to bring live multidisciplinary performing-arts shows to Sioux Lookout for kids and families.
The FIREFLY EarlyON Centre in Sioux Lookout is recommencing some in-person programming for families, starting October 22.
Whoosh... the leaves are nearly gone.
Actually they aren t all gone yet, but should be by end of the day. When we arrived at camp they were blasting through the air like a snow blizzard in December. The wind should howl louder today than it did Friday.
Ovila Laurent Roussin, 85, passed away peacefully September 19, 2020 with family by his side at the Meno Ya Win Health Centre in Sioux Lookout, Ontario.
Ovila was born in Ste. Rose du Lac, Manitoba on October 17, 1934 to Alexandre and Alexandrine Roussin
The family of the late Gerry Pinkess would like express their sincere gratitude for all of the love, support and kind wishes they received during this difficult time. Thank you to all those who called, assisted, supported, sent gifts...
LEADBEATER - Mr. Barry Warren Leadbeater, age 64 years, passed away peacefully in St. Joseph s Hospital on Thursday, October 15, 2020. Barry was born in St. Catharines, Ontario on April 10, 1956, the son of Warren and Marjorie Leadbeater.
I m back in Ottawa this week, looking forward to being back in the House of Commons. After weeks of participating in Parliament virtually, it will be nice to sit in the Chamber again.