The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 29 - No. 6, December 4, 2019
Community members filled Sacred Heart Church on Dec. 1 to listen to sounds of the holiday season during two Sioux Lookout Community Choir presentations of the Festival of Carols.
The holiday season in Sioux Lookout sees a number of initiatives, through donations and support from the community, provide hope for underprivileged families to help make the season a joyous time for everyone.
Evacuees from Bearskin Lake First Nation have returned home after spending approximately three weeks in Sioux Lookout due to severe flooding in the remote First Nation community.
Baked goods, knitted items, Christmas decorations and homemade perogies were all for sale at a special fundraiser put on by Sioux Looks Out for Paws animal rescue on Dec. 1 at the Fire Hall.
Through a letter that was issued to their customers, which was later confirmed by an Alterna Savings and Credit Union Ltd. representative, Sioux Lookouts Alterna Savings and Credit Union branch, located at 42 King Street, announced it will be closed as...
Brenda Baskatawang, Keegan Wesley, John Suprovich and Kristin Ningewance answer this week s Question of the Week.
Dear Mr. Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada: You need to work on reducing taxes and providing relief for everyone. Creating new MP positions increases your...
Children and their parents were treated to a story of adventure, friendship, and self-discovery on Nov. 28 at the Legion through Maritime Marionettes performance of Molly and the Oak Island Treasure, presented by the Kids Kaleidoscope Entertainment Series
Ten teams participated in the Sioux Lookout 2nd Annual Ladies Volleyball Tournament on Nov. 29 and 30, which raised $590 for the volleyball program at Sioux North High School (SNHS).
Approximately 300 local and visiting students interacted with a variety of career specialists during a career exploration fair at Sioux North High School (SNHS), which was hosted by Kwayaciiwin Education Resource Centre (KERC), on Nov. 29.
Members of the Sioux Lookout Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are requesting assistance from the public to solve a break and enter at a private residence.
Sioux Lookout s fourth annual Shine the Light on Woman Abuse campaign got underway on November 25 at St. Andrew s United Church where purple lights adorned the Peace Garden.
The William A. Bill George Extended Care Facility, which is a 20-bed Long Term Care Facility operated by the Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Care Centre, is looking for community volunteers to spend time with Extended Care Unit (ECU) residents.