The International Rainy-Lake of the Woods Watershed Board invites you to attend a meeting of its Water Levels Committee in International Falls, Mn. and a meeting of the entire board in Kenora.
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A Toronto-based gold mining company has been fined for an offence under the Lakes and Rivers Improvement Act.
New Gold Inc. pleaded guilty and was fined $100,000 for failing to comply with the conditions of an approval under the Lakes and Rivers Improvement Act.
Riverside Health Care held its annual general meeting on June 28, at which time two vacancies on the board of directors were filled.
Joining the board for the first time are Carlene Steiner for a three-year term and Jon Begg for a two-year term.
Returning to the board for three-year terms are Doug Robinson and Jordan Forbes.
Tom Gable, a biologist who has conducted research on wolves in and around Voyageurs National Park in northern Minnesota for the past four years, will share his findings with Rainy Lake Conservancy members and the public at 2 p.m. on Aug. 12 at La Place Rendez-Vous here.
Seven Generations Education Institute (SGEI) has donated 22 refurbished iPod touches to the Kenora/Rainy River Districts Alzheimer Society's Music Project.
Rossana Tomashowski, executive director for the Alzheimer Society's Kenora/Rainy River Districts branch said that prior to the donation, the Kenora/Rainy River branch had a waiting list of patients awaiting MP3 players.
Seven days of activities recognizing LGBTQ2 equality and inclusion in the Borderland region have come to a close. Organizers of the first-ever Pride festival for the Rainy River District and Koochiching County are calling public enthusiasm and participation in the events “unprecedented" and "inspiring”
Colleges Ontario is pleased to announce Don Lovisa, president and CEO of Durham College, has started a two-year term as the new chair of Colleges Ontario, the association representing Ontario's 24 public colleges.
“In an environment of mass change, automation, and technological disruption, it is essential that more people have access to a high-quality college education,” Lovisa said.
When Premier Doug Ford asked me to serve as the minister of indigenous affairs, I was eager to take on the important role of working with First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people in the province of Ontario.
I am proud of my previous work with indigenous communities and I am proud to represent so many indigenous people in my constituency.
Communities along the border between Rainy River District and Koochiching County are gearing up to celebrate LGBTQ2 Pride in a uniquely international fashion.
This Saturday (July 14), they'll host one of the world's first Pride parades that crosses an international border.
The Backus Community Center in International Falls is pleased to accept a $550 grant from the Diocese of Duluth and its Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowl Small Grant Fund.
Funding from this grant will be used towards food purchases for the “Community Café,” which is a joint project of the Falls Hunger Coalition and Backus.