The Town of Fort Frances wishes to confirm for all of its citizens, stakeholders, and regional partners that the properties comprising the pulp and paper mill in Fort Frances have been sold by Resolute Forest Products.
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An internet outage at the Fort Frances Public Library has continued into its third day.
The library has been without an internet connection since Tuesday, when a truck doing work in the area pulled down their service cable.
The outage has affected all computers at the library, meaning anyone looking to access any of the library's internet services will be unable to connect.
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.
The Fort Frances Public Library has met 100 percent of the Ontario Public Library Guidelines and has been recommended for accreditation.
While libraries only need 90 percent to pass, the local facility has gone above and beyond to meet all of the guidelines in 166 separate categories.
A Sault Ste. Marie-based filmmaker recently travelled to Fort Frances to direct a short film that gives a snapshot of urban indigenous culture and the United Native Friendship Centre.
The production, “Zaa-gi'idiwin,” was a community project and primarily the vision of the UNFC.
Riverside Health Care is pleased to announce Henry Gauthier as its executive vice-president and Chief Operating Officer (EVP and COO).
The EVP and COO position is accountable for the day to day operations, including integration, alignment and development of programs in
collaboration with directors.
There are few buildings as versatile as a barn.
Somewhere across the country, and around the world, a barn has been repurposed for almost any function that can be imagined. A restaurant operates out of a converted barn in Smithville, OH, while, coincidentally, in Smithville, NJ a historic barn functions as an inn.
Throughout the summer hundreds of children in Fort Frances are going to be stopped by police and ticketed for their behaviour.
But the charges themselves are predominately aimed at rewarding youth for practising bicycle safety and doing good deeds.
The Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) is encouraging residents and visitors to enjoy the beautiful weather this summer by getting active and exploring the great outdoors.
Whether you are hitting the trails, out on the water, playing at a park, or having fun at the beach there are things you can do to ensure you, your family and friends stay safe.
Running crop trials and studying their results have taken up the summers of two local college and university students.
Claire Hyatt, who's currently studying at Carleton University and Confederation College student Nicholas Donaldson, are both spending another summer at the Emo Agricultural Research Station (EARS), under the direction of crop research technician, Kim Jo Bliss.