There are a host of presentations and reports to be made at tonight’s town council meeting.
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The town has recalled three summer students to maintain the municipalities’ two cemeteries. Unforseen projects left existing staff unable to keep the grounds up to standard. The students will be devoted entirely to cemeteries, freeing staff to tackle other projects. -Submitted photo
A crew of pre-trained and experienced summer students have been recalled to maintain the town’s cemeteries.
SUDDEN DEATH IN FORT FRANCES AT WHITE PINE INN
(FORT FRANCES, ON) Members of the Fort Frances Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), are investigating a sudden death at 800 Scott Street in Fort Frances. The address is known as the White Pine Inn.
Camping at Point Park is an annual tradition for many. But this year is unlike any previous one - due to COVID-19, most services have been changed to comply with evolving provincial guidelines, and the Point Park campground is no exception.
Ontario’s Tourism Minister Lisa MacLeod and Ontario’s Indigenous Affairs Minister Greg Rickford held a telephone town hall meeting to update northern Ontario residents on the measures taken to alleviate the sweeping effects COVID-19 had on the tourism industry.
Anyone visiting downtown Fort Frances over the past week might have noticed a flurry of construction activity in an old mill parking lot. But not to worry; it’s just the next step in a longtime goal of the United Native Friendship Centre (UNFC).
Anglers from northern Ontario and Manitoba are being invited to the Rainy River District, to catch a tagged bass, worth $5,000, in a competition aimed at boosting the local tourism sector. To win the prize, the angler must prove residency outside the District, and prove they paid to stay at a local hotel or camp.
Not all U.S. plates spell trouble.