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MNO election set for May 2

Sunset Country Métis Council members will be among those voting for a new Métis Nation of Ontario executive on May 2.

Voting will take place from 9 a.m.-8 p.m. at the Sunset Country Métis office (426 Victoria Ave.)

An advance poll will be held there this Saturday (April 23) from 3-7 p.m.

Lakers knot series again

Just call him Pierce Dushenk‘0.’

The Fort Frances Lakers’ goalie turned away all 35 shots he faced last night, and A.J. Rupert and Dylan Robertson each scored, in a 2-0 win over the host Dryden GM Ice Dogs in Game 4 of the SIJHL final.

The best-of-seven showdown is tied 2-2 heading into Game 5 here tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at the Ice For Kids Arena.

Muskie pair off to golden start

The Muskie track-and-field team already has its rivals on the run.

The 17-member Fort High contingent captured 11 medals last Thursday at its first meet of the season—the Bronco Booster Invite in International Falls.

The host Broncos were the overall champs in both divisions, with the girls scoring 193 points and the boys racking up 160.

Catholic Education Week coming up

The Northwest Catholic District School Board will be celebrating the significant contribution Catholic education has made to the community, the province, and to Canada during May 1-6.

Local Catholicity co-ordinator Amy LaFroy will inform trustees of the details of Catholic Education Week at tonight’s regular board meeting.

Clothing items sought

It’s that time of year once again.

The United Native Friendship Centre’s CAP-C program will be holding its “Spring Clothing Give Away.”

It will take place Friday, April 29 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and again Saturday, April 30 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Circle of Life Centre (616 Mowat Ave.)

Bujold tops yet again

Setting goals is important.

Aaron Bujold makes reaching those goals look easy.

The Grade 10 member of the Muskie badminton team claimed his second-straight senior boys’ singles title at the NorWOSSA finals Wednesday in Atikokan.

“My goal was to go undefeated,” said Bujold, who went 4-0 to earn the crown against a field of players all older than him.