Almost $100,000 is on its way to community groups and organizations to help them in their goal of supporting local children and families.
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OTTAWA - A new opinion survey suggests Donald Trump’s recent decision to slap a tariff on Canadian raw aluminum is garnering poor reviews on both sides of the border.
In a web survey conducted by polling firm Leger and the Association for Canadian Studies, 58 per cent of American respondents said they disagreed with the 10 per cent import tax.
A 550 hectare forest fire prompted an emergency evacuation of Red Lake last night.
The municipality issued the order Monday night at 9:30 p.m., urging all residents to leave the town as soon as possible.
Ontario is reporting 115 new cases of COVID-19 today.
It's the first time in more than a week that the province has seen more than 100 new cases of the novel coronavirus in a day.
The total is now 40,161, with 36,381 marked as resolved and 2,786 deaths.
The recipients of this years Moffat Family funding in Fort Frances will be revealed at tonight's town council meeting.
Clear your schedule and get ready for a trip to the movies.
The first drive-in movie night is set for tomorrow night at the Fort Frances Public Library Technology Centre parking lot.
The Northwestern Health Unit is working with schools on the new school guidance that they have received from the province by providing support and information and answering any questions that they might have.
Dr. Kit Young-Hoon, medical officer of health for the NWHU, said provincial guidance for schools includes wearing masks from grades 4 to 12.
Homelessness is a complex problem. With so many needs, and so many stakeholders, an optimal solution is difficult to find. But for Jack Gray, solutions are imperative.
The Town of Fort Frances has announced that it will be re-opening a number of facilities and services to the public in the coming weeks.