On the afternoon of June 26 the website 1istoomany.ca was launched at a North West Region Detachment in Kenora. The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) joined representatives from Kenora-Rainy River Child and Family Services, Nishnawbe-Aski Police Services...
The 2017 Adopt-a-Book Campaign has officially begun at the Sioux Lookout Public Library! From now until Friday, August 18, you have the opportunity to support literacy and our community by purchasing a title for your library.
Summer provides the perfect opportunity to explore all the finest things the Kenora riding has to offer. Whether it s time spent out on the lake or camping at your favourite spot, spending sunny days in the North is time well spent.
Anyone under the age of 19 had the opportunity to attend the July series of Digital Creator workshops last week. Digital Creator North is a media arts program that was launched late in 2016 to give young people in Northwestern Ontario access to media...
Children ages 6-12 had the opportunity to participate in the Painted Turtle Arts Camp held at Sioux Mountain Public School during the week of July 10-14 in partnership with the Nishnawbe-Gamik Friendship Centre.
The Elites and Legends clashed July 13 in a Sioux Lookout womens soccer match.
The Elites edged the Legends 3-1 in the Dryden Senior Soccer League game played at the Sioux Mountain Public School soccer pitch.
Last Thursday afternoon Barb Carpenter held a pet care workshop in Lac Seul. Carpenter said the main purpose of the child oriented workshop was to educate and outline the responsibilities of pet care to young people.