The Northern Action Group (NAG) wants the Town of Fort Frances to adopt a proactive pedestrian “Mobility Plan,” which would include a strategy to clear sidewalks and roads from snow and ice, as well as the timely filling of potholes.
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Whether or not the property located between Minnie Avenue and Williams Avenue, sometimes referred to as the “Nelson Street Park,” will be re-zoned now lies in the hands of the Ontario Municipal Board.
Town council will receive a trio of presentations from the recently-formed group, Seniors Retirees Against Pension and Elder Abuse, at tonight’s regular meeting.
Wendell Stevens will speak about the property assessment appeal by Resolute Forest Products Ltd., and how it might affect taxpayers, while Gordy Bell will talk about government budget cuts to Old Age Security.
Summer has arrived! Along with summer, welcome to the summer job search for students!
Lucky for those students, NCDS in Fort Frances has the Summer Jobs Service Program.
The SJS Program serves the entire Rainy River District, including Fort Frances and Atikokan, as well as out to Nestor Falls, Rainy River, and everywhere in between.
The sewer and water work on the 300 block of Third Street East is cruising along and should be completed on schedule, Operations and Facilities manager Doug Brown reported at Monday night’s council meeting.
Northwestern Ontario’s Travel Information Centres are not for sale.
That was the message being sent by local MPP Sarah Campbell to the provincial government at a rally Friday morning at the Manitoba-Ontario border.
More than 2,000 years ago, Aristotle made the observation that: “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts” and this observation holds true today for independent consultants in Kenora and the surrounding area.
FORT FRANCES—The federal government announced last month it would be cutting Community Access Program (CAP) funding to support public Internet services, but the Fort Frances Public Library board has written a letter asking to have it back.
If the Liberal government is serious about job creation in Ontario, why won’t it employ Ontario workers in its call centres?
That was question being asked by Kenora-Rainy River MPP Sarah Campbell during Question Period on Monday.
A productive and cordial meeting was held between Resolute Forest Products Ltd. officials and members of the Senior Retirees Against Pension & Elder Abuse on April 19 at the Fort Frances Public Library Technology Centre boardroom.