While preventing drug use is ideal, it's not always an achievable goal. For individuals with an existing drug dependency, the Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) is offering harm reduction services.
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Bev Sisco, above, was one of the many attendees who turned out to the Cloverbelt Local Food Co-op's “Farm to Fork" event at La Place Rendez-Vous on Friday evening. She and her husband, Gord, enjoyed a three-course dinner featuring ingredients sourced solely from producers across the Rainy River District.
Crystal Lake Mining Corp. is in the early exploration stages of searching for minerals here in Rainy River District.
The company has started an aggressive 2018 exploration program—in search of nickel, cobalt, and copper—at its properties located 35 km east of New Gold's Rainy River project north of Barwick.
Virtual reality may be coming to local Catholic schools sooner than some might think.
The technology is becoming increasingly prominent in classrooms and the Northwest Catholic District School Board is taking note of this.
The implementation of virtual reality in the classroom was one of the topics discussed at last Tuesday night's board meeting.
An Emo resident recently won the largest jackpot to date for the district's “Catch the Ace” lottery.
Over the last 23 weeks, the pot has been building and last Friday, Gerry Allan won approximately $16,400.
“Catch the Ace” is a locally operated lottery, where tickets are sold each week and a winner is drawn.
Good deeds didn't go unnoticed at the Northwest Catholic District School Board's meeting held last Tuesday night.
Our Lady of the Way School was awarded the board's monthly Recognition of Excellence for its charitable efforts during Lent.
School staff worked with students every day after class to turn pillowcases into dresses.
Agriculture plays a crucial role here in Rainy River District.
To celebrate this fact, the Rainy River Federation of Agriculture is hosting an “Ag Day” for the second-straight year on Friday, April 13 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Emo Legion.
Its aim is to educate producers, farmers, land stewards, and environmentalists on a variety of relevant topics.
An Anishinaabe engagement session is coming to Fort Frances for those looking to learn more about treaty relationships, shared lands, and Anishinaabe history.
Dr. Andrew Affleck spoke about current management trends for opiate use at the “Substance Awareness and Pathways to Healing” confrence at the Copper River Inn here yesterday. During his presentation, he discussed heroin use in Fort Frances, opioid-related mortality, opioid prescriptions in Ontario, naloxone, methadone, and a variety of related topics.
Patti Boileau of the Fort Frances Curling Club, left, and Laurie Moxhan of Cater 2U hosted booths during the annual bridal show hosted by Northwoods Gallery & Gifts here. About two dozen brides had registered for the event, which featured a wide variety of vendors offering just about every wedding service or product.