Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) is advising people who shopped at Walmart and No Frills grocery store in Kenora between 2 and 4 p.m. on Thursday June 4 that there is a very small chance that they may have been exposed to COVID-19.
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The family is safe, but their lives are forever changed.
On Sunday afternoon, the home of Brian and Diane Major of Morson filled silently with thick, black smoke. It took only 20 minutes for the home to be reduced to ash. In that 20 minutes, the family lost everything - except their lives.
Riverside Foundation for Health Care is taking part in the 6th Annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge, a nationwide contest run by CanadaHelps. Every dollar donated to the Foundation through the online donation form found at www.riversidefoundation.ca is an entry for the Foundation to win $20,000.
Last week Borderland Pride officially kicked off Pride month in Fort Frances with a little help from some friends.
Thunder Pride Association and Borderland Pride will host a virtual townhall meeting on issues facing 2SLGBTIQ+ people in rural and northern communities, such as those in Northwestern Ontario.
The event, to be held online, will take place on Thursday, June 18 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. The speakers on this virtual panel will include:
Tourist camp owner and operators are coming together this week in an effort to have their voices heard by the government.
The event is the Tourism Matters NWO Rally, and it is being held at Fort Vermilion in Vermilion Bay this Saturday, June 13 from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
Ontario Unveils a Plan to Reopen Postsecondary Education
June 10, 2020
Phased Approach Prioritizes the Health and Safety of Students and Staff
OTTAWA — Canada’s ban on non-essential crossings of the U.S.-Canada border is being loosened slightly to allow some families to reunite, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Monday morning.
TORONTO — Today, the Ontario government announced that it is getting more people back to work and more recreational activities open by moving forward with a regional approach to Stage 2 of reopening the province.
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.