The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 29 - No. 8, December 18, 2019
Approximately ten community members were in attendance as Municipal Treasurer Christy McIntomney presented the second draft of the 2020 budget to council on Dec. 12, at the Sunset Suites Conference Room.
As of the Dec. 13 nomination deadline, four candidates had submitted their nomination forms to fill a vacancy on Sioux Lookout Municipal Council.
The Digital Creator North program, which is hosted in the digital media room at the Sioux Lookout Public Library, announced the Digital Creator program received a grant of $150,000 to be divided between their six Digital Creator North spaces.
Sioux Lookout s Benjamin Goldstein shared this photo of an ice Hanukkiah (also known as a Menorah), which he and his family created at their Government Row home.
Rotary Club of Sioux Lookout members have been recognized over the years for their annual contributions and donations to the Rotary Foundation.
Jason Duewel, Dominic Sakchekapo, Arielle Sakchekapo, Destiny Thomas, Weston Chabbert and Iftikhar Masih answer this week s Question of the Week!
An 18-year-old Junior Canadian Ranger from Fort Severn is one of five Junior Rangers from across the Canadian North who has won a Canada Company bursary to assist in their education.
The Nishnawbe-Gamik Friendship Centre (NGFC) served approximately 300 people at their annual community feast on Dec. 6. Ten turkeys, 10 hams, and 100 pounds of potatoes were served during the evening.
The Sioux Lookout Nordic Nomads Cross-Country Ski Club is hoping to see more snow in the coming weeks as they hope to prepare and hit the local ski trails.
The Ojibway Power Toboggan Association (OPTA) is looking to set and start grooming their trails in the coming weeks as they prepare for the approaching snowmobile season.
Physicians and staff at the Sioux Lookout Hugh Allen Clinic are getting in the festive spirit by participating in a Christmas door decorating challenge. Each physician, admin staff and the nursing staff have been assigned an examination room door...
Christmas bazaars and craft shows, Moonlight Madness, the Festivals of Carols, the annual Santa Claus Parade, and annual Senior Citizens Christmas Dinner were all highlights of the Christmas season in Sioux Lookout.
Family, friends and celebrating the festive season were highlights of the evening at this year s third annual Filipino Christmas Party, which took place at the Sunset Suites on Dec. 7.
Sioux Lookout and area residents had an opportunity to get some additional Christmas shopping done while browsing a variety of vendors during the Last Minute Market, which was hosted by the Sioux Lookout Chamber of Commerce at Sioux Mountain Public School
Santa Claus visited residents at the William A. Bill George Extended Care Facility and their families during the Extended Care Facility s annual Christmas dinner on Dec. 6.
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Snowmobile enthusiasts gathered at the Ojibway Power Toboggan Association s clubhouse to check out new sleds, quads, accessories, and clothing during their annual Dealer Showcase on Dec. 7. Red Lake Marine, Lakeside Marine, Pearson Auto, and Madsen Motors
Thank you to the Meno Ya Win hospital doctors, nurses and hospital staff for the wonderful patient care I received during my hospital stay...
The Sioux North High School Warriors hosted the Dryden High School Eagles for senior and junior matchups in boys basketball and girls volleyball on Dec. 10.