Going winless in three games at the Dudley Hewitt Cup last week in Kirkland Lake to finish in fourth place and out of the playoffs certainly wasn’t the ending to their season the Fort Frances Lakers had hoped for, especially after coming within a win of advancing to the RBC Cup a year ago.
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Kudos to town council for initiating a “Fight the Blight” campaign over 11 days starting this coming Monday—and hopefully local residents take full advantage of this opportunity to help beautify our community.
Hydro One already is in most people’s bad books with its exorbitant rates—especially for those who live in rural areas like here in Rainy River District.
Needless to say, the Ontario Energy Board’s recent announcement of a 2.5 percent increase in time-of-use pricing only will exacerbate that view.
There’s a push on to better develop sports tourism in Rainy River District—and for good reason. It provides a major financial shot-in-the-arm that cannot be ignored.
There’s been a lot of buzz on social media this past week over the actions of some U.S. states directed against same-sex couples and the LGBTQ community in general.
There aren’t many district events that can boast a 75-year plus history.
The Rainy River District Festival of the Performing Arts is among those few—getting underway today for the 76th time and running through April 22, with the annual “Highlights” concert set for Tuesday, May 10 at 6:30 p.m. at the Townshend Theatre.
“The annual ‘Sunshine List’ landed not so much with a thud as a whimper,” Queen’s Park columnist Christina Blizzard wrote on Monday.
It is almost 50 years ago that Finance Minister Edgar Benson took the nation into high deficits in a time of no recession. On Tuesday, Prime Minister Trudeau, following his father’s example again, returned Canada to a large deficit.
Yes, he campaigned on a stimulus deficit of $10 billion but most CEOs in private business would be turfed for tripling the debt of the company.
Ahhh, the vagaries of spring—one day you’re sun tanning and then shovelling out from a blizzard practically the next.
Despite all the fanfare surrounding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s official visit to Washington, D.C. today and tomorrow, along with last week’s first ministers’ summit on climate change, many question the real value of such get-togethers.