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A cutline that appeared in Friday's Daily Bulletin contained incorrect information supplied to the Times.

It should have read Taliah and her mom, Jenny Tucker, were among the children and parents who attended a candy house-making night Tuesday at the Fort Frances Nursery School.

The Times regrets any confusion or disappointment this may have caused.

Second refugee family arriving here soon

Only about a month after the arrival of an Iraqi refugee family to Fort Frances, a second one is due here Dec. 21.

The local “Families for Families” committee has found a place for the family—consisting of Rami Canoon, his wife, Fivyan Shamoon, and their two daughters, Fbaana, six, and Oryana, two—to stay but will start preparing for their arrival next week.

Ex-resident scales mountain to raise money

Although not everything went as planned, former Fort Frances resident Haven Labbe, whose family relocated to Kenora a few years ago, is very pleased with her mountain climb and the awareness it brought to a small-town organization.

Labbe told the Times last week that she saw the work her mother was doing for indigenous youth and wanted to make a difference, as well.