In conjunction with Small Business Week (Oct. 19-25), a customer service training workshop will be held tomorrow from 7-9 p.m. at Confederation College here and all businesses and individuals are encouraged to attend.
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The Atikokan Crisis Centre is hosting its free monthly women’s luncheon this Thursday (Oct. 23) from noon-1 p.m. at La Place Rendez-Vous.
All Fort Frances and area women are invited to meet with the women’s support group, which discusses monthly topics determined by the group.
In an effort to give town residents a chance to do a little cleaning up before the snow flies, the town will suspend the collection of tipping fees at the local landfill on Saturday, Nov. 1 for half-ton vehicles and utility trailers.
Tipping fees will be waived from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., but only for leaves, tree branches, grass clippings, and garden waste.
This week marks Local Government Week, which is being promoted by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Association of Municipal Managers, Clerks and Treasurers of Ontario, and the Association of Municipalities of Ontario as a time for the public to learn more about municipal government.
The Fort Frances Jr. Sabres jumped out to an early 5-0 lead, then coasted to a 7-2 win over the still-winless Sioux Lookout Flyers here Friday night.
The Muskie football team wrapped up its regular season Friday in Winnipeg with a 48-0 shellacking at the hands of the undefeated Sturgeon Heights Huskies.
A public meeting was held prior to Tuesday night’s regular council meeting regarding a zoning bylaw amendment for property at 1345 Emo Rd.
The proposed amendment is to rezone the land from “institutional” to “multi-residential,” as Dave Petsnick wants to build a three-unit dwelling there.
With the official deadline to nominate a deserving individual or business for the Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce’s annual business awards having come and gone yesterday, organizers are looking for people to act fast and submit more nominees in three award categories.
Wanted: volunteer coaches.
The Fort Frances Minor Hockey Association’s Midget ‘A’ division has low enrolment this season, but the need for more coaches and volunteer support still is needed to keep it going.
The Fort Frances Curling Club wants to increase the number of teams in its Thursday afternoon ladies’ league—but is having trouble generating interest.
As such, the club will host an open house tomorrow (Oct. 16) at 1 p.m. at the club, which is aimed at showing potential female curlers what the club—and the sport—have to offer.