A town hall-style meeting was held Thursday evening at the Fort Frances Public Library to discuss food policy with local MP Don Rusnak.
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The largest collection of publicly-available genealogical information on Ontario Métis will be able to help local residents complete their genealogies showing they are connected to a historic Métis ancestor as required by the MNO Registry Policy.
An assistant Crown attorney and a resident judge housed out of Fort Frances were among the requests local delegates lobbied for during the Association of Municipalities of Ontario's 2017 conference held Aug. 13-16 in Ottawa.
While the Rainy Lake Square likely won't be open until late September or early October, residents soon will get a taste of the type of cultural programming that will be a feature of the square in future.
The Rainy Lake 150 Series, made possible thanks to Tbaytel and “Ontario150,” kicks off with a street party tomorrow (Aug. 31) at 6 p.m. with The Orville Councillor Band.
Rainy River held its first-annual “Art in the Park" festival on Sunday, which was organized by the "People for Hannam Park” committee.
The day's main attraction was talent from all over the district being showcased for the attendees to enjoy.
Once again, it is time for children to head back to school—and for motorists to be on the lookout for school buses and students.
The OPP would like to remind everyone that school buses were back in service today.
A story in yesterday's Daily Bulletin incorrectly stated the International Falls Bass Championship features a format in which half the field fishes Rainy Lake and the other half on the Rainy River on Day 1, then switch for Day 2.
In fact, the tournament changed its format this year to give teams the option of fishing either on the lake or the river.
Local MP Don Rusnak was in Rainy River yesterday to announce more than $13 million in federal funding for a joint Canada-U.S. project to replace the international bridge at Rainy River-Baudette.
The federal funding is through the Major Infrastructure Component of the Building Canada Fund.
Yesterday, Rainy River District OPP officers responded to numerous mischiefs on several roads in the Township of Alberton.
Officers are looking for assistance in locating those responsible for damaging and destroying mailboxes in the early-morning hours of yesterday.
Town delegates met with Ministry of Finance parliamentary assistant Yvan Baker regarding the review of the railway taxation system in Ontario during the Association of Municipalities of Ontario's 2017 conference held Aug. 13-16 in Ottawa.
Back in the spring, the province set a minimum of $80 an acre for property tax rates in municipalities if a rail line goes through it.