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On the way down

Decommissioning work continues on the ground wood buidling next to the Fort Frances Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) customs building. The ground wood building is one of the buidling that currently has a permit for demolition, alongisde the paper mill building, LAP building and new wood room.

On the way down

Decommissioning work continues on the ground wood buidling next to the Fort Frances Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) customs building. The ground wood building is one of the buidling that currently has a permit for demolition, alongisde the paper mill building, LAP building and new wood room.

On the way down

Decommissioning work continues on the ground wood buidling next to the Fort Frances Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) customs building. The ground wood building is one of the buidling that currently has a permit for demolition, alongisde the paper mill building, LAP building and new wood room.

On the way down

Decommmissioning work continues on the gorund wood building next to the Fort Frances Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) customs building. The ground wood building is one of the buidlings that currently has a permit for demolition, alongside the paper mill building, LAP building and new wood room.

Auction prizes

There's still time left to get in on the La Verendrye Hospital Auxiliary shop committee's Silent Auction being held in the hospital atrium. Those entering the hospital must wear a mask and undergo a temperature check before they can view the items through the Auxiliary shop's window and make their bids. the silent auction run until Friday, November 20.

It's beginning to look a lot like...

Fort Frances Power Corporation workers were on the job in downtown FortFrances this morning getting Christmas decorations on Scott St. ready for the holidary season. COVID may change some of our holiday traditions, but the Chamber of Commerce, Business Improvement Area and Town are joining forces to create a reimagined Santa Claus Parade, Tree Lighting and a fun new Shop Local Poker Derby!

Campaign kick-off

Salvation Army Fort Frances corps officer Arthur Heathcote, left, and mayor June Caul kicked off the Salvation Army's annual Christmas Kettle campaign at Walmart on Friday morning. The campaign will take steps like providing masks and sanitizing materials in order to keep both the volunteers ringing the bell and the general public safe and healthy.