Riverside Health Care Facilities Inc. should know next month whether it will be able to cash in on the Ministry of Health’s $2.7-billion restructuring fund for hospitals across Ontario.
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It's got to get worse before it gets better—that's the motto Emo Reeve Brian Reid is taking with the road construction on Highway 11/71 between Barwick and Devlin.
Motorists travelling west from Fort Frances will encounter stops, slow downs, and large sections of gravel road where asphalt used to be.
When Susan Affleck of Rainy River first heard about the Relief Fund for Chernobyl Victims in Belarus, she realized what a difference it could make in a child's life to receive all the health benefits just from visiting this beautiful area.
Renée Desbiens (Daw), Miss J.A. Electric, is 17 years old and entering grade 12 at Fort Frances High School. She plans on being a registered nurse.
Living in Emo with her parents and brother, Ryan, she is bilingual in French and English, which will be handy in years to come. Her hobbies include camping, fishing, rollerblading, music, reading and just being with friends.
Does the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship have an impact on the local economy?
The answer has been a resounding “yes”—and a positive one at that.
Shirley Livingstone, a co-owner of Sunset Country Shell here, spent most of her mornings last week getting up early and making muffins for a slew of anglers gassing up their boats and getting ready to fish.