The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 29 - No. 9, January 1, 2020
Glenn Knobby Clark who passed away on Dec. 1, was warmly remembered on Dec. 28 at the curling bonspiel named in his honour.
Sioux Lookout s Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) celebrated their long history in Sioux Lookout, reaching the 100-year mark of serving the community, during a cake-cutting ceremony on Dec. 18.
Sioux Lookout residents will have an opportunity on Jan. 7 to hear from the four candidates running for the vacant Councillor-at-Large position at the Sioux Lookout municipal council table.
The Government of Ontario is investing over $5.8 million into this season s winter roads network, which will be used by 31 First Nations and the Town of Moosonee to build and maintain 3,160 kilometres of temporary winter roads.
The Sioux North High School (SNHS) junior and senior boys basketball teams suited up against former Warriors during an evening of alumni basketball games on Dec. 18.
A highlight of the holiday season for many, the 2019 Warriors Alumni Tournament was held on Dec. 28 at the Sioux Lookout Memorial Arena.
Bradley Grenier, Elijah Campbell, Jory Campbell, Eileen Moskotaywenene and Shane Tait answer this week s Question of the Week!
Sunrise Bombers circa 1938 40. The following names appear on the back of the photo: Alma Simboli, June Pond, Wayne Forsyth, Mary George, Hood, D arcy.
The band Hot Mess entertained visitors to the Sioux Lookout Multicultural Youth Centre on Dec. 20 with songs of the season and a variety of cover songs.
Family members had the opportunity to join students in cookie decorating, craft making, and playing games during Sioux Mountain Public School s holiday open house on Dec. 18.
Ice candles lit up the night with their soft glow at local churches and cemeteries on Dec. 20 as part of Sioux Lookout s 19th annual Ice Candle Memorial Service.
In loving memory of my baby girls, Avery. I sadly announce her passing on December 6, 2019 at the age of 7 years old. Avery passed surrounded by family and friends at the Children s Hospital in Winnipeg, MB.
WTH isn t part of my usual vocabulary. I rarely use the phrase.
Today I got the look, though. No mistake. It was the WTH look by a Whiskeyjack staring right into my face from three feet away. He had discovered...
The Cozy Cabin nestled upon the Cedar Bay lakeshore is open for another season.
Friends of Cedar Bay volunteers Mike and Nancy McCord, along with their children, opened the Cozy Cabin for the first time this winter on Dec. 28.