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Treaty #3 Online Science Fair Contest winners

The winners of last week’s Treaty #3 Online Science Fair Contest Winners have been announced. The theme was ‘Biodiversity/Ecosystems’.

Each submission was in the form of a short video or photovoice submission. To view the Treaty #3 video science projects by clicking or searching the hashtag #Treaty3Science on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Kids Category 6-12

Second Shevlin Yard survey opened

The Town of Fort Frances is working with HTFC Planning and Design to develop a Land Use and Economic Development Feasibility Study for the Shevlin Woodyard and Gateway to Market Square.

As part of the public and stakeholder engagement process HTFC has developed another survey to gather input and feedback on their initial planning concepts.

Science Fair continues

The Grand Council Treaty #3 has announced the winners for its weekly online science fair, and the theme for next week.

“The Education Department would like to say Miigwech to everyone that submitted their creative science projects using the theme ‘Climate Change’. Everyone did a great job!” said the Grand Council’s website.

Thunder Pride joins campaign

Pride lives here - and is on the move to Thunder Bay. Thunder Pride Association has announced they are partnering with Borderland Pride to expand the “Pride Lives Here” campaign to Thunder Bay. The campaign is about promoting visibility of 2SLGBTIQ+ people and promoting inclusion and diversity in northwestern Ontario.

Muskie footballers moving up

Five local football players will be heading up to the big leagues this fall.

Fort Frances Muskie Football players Aaron Scheibler, Brady Meeks, Carson Noga, Colton Allen and Dale Berg each signed with the Winnipeg Rifles during the Canadian Junior Football League (CJFL) Signing Day held on Monday, June 1.