The Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship is only a week away as the anticipation continues to build for one of the largest events of the year.
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Wave after wave of support came crashing through Fort Frances during the Pride Week festival and just because it is over, does not mean the tank is empty.
Now that Pride Week has finished, the momentum continues to build and keeps rolling forward.
“Pride is powered by public participation, and our tank is full,” said Borderland Pride co-chair Peter Howie.
Paramedic Services Week came to a wrap this past Saturday as the Fort Frances ambulance base held the last open house and barbecue in acknowledgment of all the services paramedics provide to the district.
Fort Frances is turning into a town which is more inviting than ever.
This positive direction is punctuated by the second-annual Pride Week currently underway which seeing events taking place all week long to celebrate diversity, inclusion, and acceptance of difference in our communities and opportunities for learning and engagement on LGBTQ2 issues.