Sometimes, you just need a break. These ducklings took a break from swimming to sun together on a local dock. If you see something photo worthy, take a picture and send it to us, so we can share it with other readers. Send your photos to email@example.com.
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Summer is the perfect time to view local wildlife, like this butterfly. Keep your camera handy, so you can capture all the beauty our region has to offer. If you have a great shot of your family, an event or some local wildlife, send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, so we can share it with other readers.
Lou Neilson spent some time in the sunshine, tending flowers in the courtyard in front of her room at Rainycrest long-term care home in Fort Frances.
Sophie (left) and Claire Bisson have been enjoying walks with their mom along the riverfront during COVID-19. What has your family been doing to stay busy during COVID-19? Take a high resolution photo and send it to us at email@example.com.
A local resident caught this breathtaking view while she watched her kids swimming at the dock. We love to see your pictures of life in our beautiful communities! Send us your pictures, so we can share them with other readers. Send your high resolution photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Fun in the Sun Committee was overwhelmed with a wide variety of entries to their Canada Day contests this year. To celebrate Canada, COVID-style, the committee launched a colouring contest, a writing contest and a home and business decorating contest, with participants sending pictures of their patriotic submissions.
Arie Hoogerbrugge had an unexpected stay in Fort Frances when his bike broke down. The cyclist is in the middle of a 55,000 km bike ride, which will see him travelling across Canada, with the goal of heading south to Argentina.
Emo Speedway roared to life on Saturday, as 20 drivers took to the track for practice laps in a Test and Tune event. The first race of the season will take place this Saturday, July 11. Although spectators will not be allowed, there will be up to 60 cars participating in three divisions.
These gulls were circling in search of a snack over Rainy Lake. If you spot some of our local beauty, take a picture and send it in, so we can share it with other readers. Send your high resolution pictures to email@example.com.
Virginia Bruyere was on hand last week, making and selling beaded items at the Rainy Lake Square Market. The market runs every Thursday in the downtown Fort Frances square, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., featuring local handiwork, produce and other items.