The Town of Fort Frances wishes to confirm for all of its citizens, stakeholders, and regional partners that the properties comprising the pulp and paper mill in Fort Frances have been sold by Resolute Forest Products.
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The Emo & District Hospital Auxiliary recently completed their pledge to the Riverside Foundation for Health Care to purchase two Spirit Select beds and specialised mattresses for the Emo Health Centre.
Riverside Health Care is pleased to announce Henry Gauthier as its executive vice-president and Chief Operating Officer (EVP and COO).
The EVP and COO position is accountable for the day to day operations, including integration, alignment and development of programs in
collaboration with directors.
The Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) is encouraging residents and visitors to enjoy the beautiful weather this summer by getting active and exploring the great outdoors.
Whether you are hitting the trails, out on the water, playing at a park, or having fun at the beach there are things you can do to ensure you, your family and friends stay safe.
The Rainy River Health Centre has reopened its Emergency Department observation and treatment areas following five months of repairs initiated after a main sprinkler break.
Due to significant water damage, the Rainy River Emergency Department was temporarily relocated to inpatient rooms to avoid any disruption in emergency care.
Riverside Health Care welcomes a new member to the board of directors and announces its officers.
On Tuesday, June 25, Riverside Health Care held its annual general meeting (AGM) of the corporation.
At that time, one vacancy on the board of directors was filled. Joining the board for the first time is Kathy Lampi for a one-year term.
THUNDER BAY, Ont.—The SIJHL announced on Friday that the Dryden GM Ice Dogs have been named the recipient its second-annual Team Community Service Award.
Riverside Foundation for Health Care is excited to announce that this year's Annual Canada Day Cash Lottery raised a net profit of approximately $25,000!
These profits will go towards the purchase of a mammography monitor which will allow residents of the Rainy River District to continue to receive breast health care close to home.
Riverside Health Care, in conjunction with the Northwestern Health Unit, has declared the gastroenteritis outbreak over at Rainycrest Long Term Care, effective yesterday (July 2).
All social events and activities at Rainycrest have resumed. All visitors are now welcome.
The 2018 Lieutenant 2018 Lieutenant Governor's Medal of Distinction in Public Administration Governor's Medal of Distinction in Public Administration, Ontario's highest honour for public service, has been awarded to Dryden native and now-Thunder Bay resident David Cleaveley.
David retired from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) fire program at the end of 2018.