Two Sunset Country whitetail bucks crossed paths in front of Jeff Gustafson's trail camera.
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Here's an image from Calder's film, “Keewaydah," which tells the Chanie Wenjack story from another point of view—that of a Métis woman who grew up in Fort Frances before moving to Toronto. Calder uses the time- and labour-intensive process of stop motion animation to bring her "actors” to life.
Fort Frances native Terril Calder was honoured to have her new short film, “Keewaydah (Let's Go Home),” premiere at the imagineNATIVE Film Festival in Toronto on Oct. 21.
The new Lake of the Woods Speedway hosted its first-ever event earlier this month. Work on the track is now 90 percent complete.
Jeff Gustafson held up a large northern pike caught earlier this fall by Erin Rody on Lake of the Woods.
Greta Fedoruk captured the gold medal in leading the Muskie junior high girls' contingent to a first-place finish during the annual Hial Pike cross-country competition in International Falls last Tuesday. Ashlyn Beck, Alexia Gate, Jaida Norris, and Emma Toriseva completed a top-five sweep for Fort High.
Muskie Emma Toriseva captured a bronze medal in helping the Grade 7/8 girls' contingent to another team victory at the annual Turkey Trot Races in Dryden on Friday.
Heather Whitmell (left) and Sherrill Tucker, both from Toronto, spoke with Onigaming First Nation Chief Kathy Kishiqueb after making their donation of supplies to the Mikinaak School there on Thursday. The donation was collected in southern Ontario and personally delivered by the two women to raise awareness around the funding needs of First Nations' schools in honour of “Canada 150.”
Mike Richards and Jeff Gustafson held up their bass from the weekend at Whitefish Bay on Lake of the Woods.
Dennis Favreau and Jeff Gustafson displayed their bass catch from Day 1 of the Shoal Lake “Last Chance” tournament over the weekend.