Three new positive cases of COVID-19 were reported late last week. On July 2, Northwestern Health Unit has received a report of two new positive COVID-19 test results in the Sioux Lookout Health Hub area. The individuals were a 30 year old and a 60 year old, both male.
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The Town of Fort Frances is welcoming anglers from across the North and Manitoba to try their hand at landing a $5,000 tagged bass fish. Rainy Lake has earned an international reputation as one of the best bass fisheries in North America, and this year it will be home to a special prize bass available for visitors to catch.
It’s been a long handful of months being closed, but the Fine Line Art Gallery is ready to welcome customers and art aficionados back through its doors.
Both the government of Canada and the government of Ontario organized a joint federal, provincial, municipal and First Nation funding through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Plan that will support 12 road, airport and bridge projects in northern Ontario. The implementation of these projects will strengthen infrastructure in rural communities and support economic growth.
While there is still much that is unknown about the COVID-19 virus, Curtis Denture Clinic in Fort Frances isn’t taking any chances with the health of their patients or staff.
He’s been a fixture of the downtown business scene for nearly five decades, but on Friday, June 26, Richard Boileau retired.
Just when schools were ready to call it a year after a rollercoaster of unexpected events - including the teachers’ strike and COVID-19 - the Ministry of Education introduced a new math curriculum for elementary students to be taught starting September 2020.
New Gold Inc. has announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement with Artemis Gold Inc. to divest its Blackwater Project, located in B.C.
Under the terms of the Agreement - which is still subject to closing conditions, including Artemis shareholder approval and required regulatory approvals - New Gold will receive the following:
A highlight during the holiday season, this year’s Christmas Cantata is not to be.
Diane Maxey made the decision to cancel the annual Christmas tradition last week, saying in a call to the Times that it was a sad decision to make, but not a difficult one.
“It’s for the safety of everyone,” Maxey said.
Following suit with many of the traditional Canada Day activities that usually run in Fort Frances, the Fun in the Sun Mini King and Queen contest will not be running this year.