With Snowmobile Safety Week underway this week, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has released a ten-year data report on snowmobile fatalities, which officers hope will encourage snowmobilers to avoid the recurring behaviours that contributed to the majority of the incidents over the past decade.
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Treaty Three Police Service is asking for assistance in locating a male from the First Nation Territory of Couchiching in the Rainy River District.
30 year old Chauncey Lyle GROVER was last seen in Couchiching First Nation on Jan. 18, 2020 at approximately 9:00 a.m. He was last seen wearing a multicoloured toque, a long black jacket, blue jeans and black hi-top running shoes.
Road safety is every road user's responsibility.
OTTAWA-4-H Canada is pleased to announce the naming of Carm Hamilton, P.Ag. (Ontario), and Kim McConnell, C.M. (Alberta), as Honourary Members of 4-H Canada.
Proudly supported by RBC, 4-H Canada's Honourary Membership is a distinction bestowed upon individuals whose dedication and passionate contributions have advanced the 4-H movement in Canada.
The school boards in Northwestern Ontario have teamed up to once again offer families a Regional Kindergarten Registration Week for 2020. During this special week, March 2 - March 6, schools across the region will be hosting open house events and activities to support families with registering their child for school for Sept. 2020.
The Country Band, “Country Rewind” will perform some of the greatest country hits, Karaoke Style in the Emo Legion on Feb. 8, 2020, starting at 7 p.m. The cost of admission for the evening of entertainment and dancing will be only $5. Sing along, dance and enjoy a night down memory lane with this group from Atikokan. Come out for a great evening and support the Emo Legion.
You can kick up your heels in Barwick this Saturday, Jan. 25 beginning at 7 p.m. This “Country Jam” always proves to be fun event, with a variety of musicians performing. The cost to attend is $5, which includes pop, water, coffee and snacks.
The next Emo Country Jam is scheduled for March 13 at the Emo Legion.
A Lakehead University researcher and Thunder Bay Regional Health Research Institute scientist was awarded $448,800 from the Canadian Cancer Society to continue research into a new method of diagnosing breast cancer that may detect lesions earlier than current methods.
Creating a path forward for tourism development and marketing in Fort Frances has been the focus of the town's Municipal Accommodation Tax Committee as of late.
Rynic Consulting was recently hired by the town to assist in the development of these plans and spent a few days last week working with the committee.
Improving La Vallee's core infrastructure is one of the top priorities for its council in 2020.
“Our roads and bridge infrastructure is one of the few things that the municipality does have control over but a big thing is to secure capital funding to make improvements,” said La Vallee's reeve, Ken McKinnon, who's currently serving his fifth term.