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It may be a moot point but a vote date has been set for striking college teachers to accept or reject management's latest offer to end the college strike, now into its fourth week.The Ontario...

Post date: November 08, 2017

The Trudeau Government has introduced legislation aimed at curbing workplace harassment and violence. Thunder Bay-Superior North MP and Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour,...

Post date: November 08, 2017

It could be slow-going on Highway 17 west of Vermilion Bay Wednesday morning. There are reports that a transport has gone off the road near the turn-off to the Experimental Lakes area. Right...

Post date: November 08, 2017
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Ontario Provincial Police in Sioux Lookout are reporting a boat theft from their Town Beach. Police say the boat and motor was stolen sometime between November 3rd at 6pm and November 4th at 8pm...

Post date: November 07, 2017

The Keewatin-Patricia District School Board is holding its first ever Recruitment Fair Thursday. It will take place at Sioux Mountain Public School in Sioux Lookout from 3pm to 8pm....

Post date: November 07, 2017

An Edmonton pilot has survived a plane crash in the dense bush in northwestern Ontario. Provincial Police say a Cessna 150L went down Monday afternoon just before 3:30 between Marathon and...

Post date: November 07, 2017

Sioux Lookout Hydro customers will have a chance Tuesday night to comment on a proposed rate increase. The Ontario Energy Board is holding a community meeting at the Heritage Railway Station on...

Post date: November 07, 2017

The head of the union representing striking Confederation College teachers says she's very disappointed talks in the contract dispute have broken down. Rebecca Ward says the latest offer tabled to...

Post date: November 07, 2017

Foul play has been ruled out in the death of a 34-year-old man in Kenora. The determination comes following a post mortem exam held Monday. Last Friday afternoon, Provincial Police were...

Post date: November 07, 2017

By wearing a poppy you are remembering those who fought for our freedom as well as your supporting local causes. That's the message from Brian Buffett, the Chair of the Dryden Legion Poppy...

Post date: November 07, 2017

A huge display of support for a Dryden resident. With your support and Domino's Canada support, the Dryden store has been able to hand over more than $17,000 to George Adams. The money comes...

Post date: November 07, 2017

If you're a customer of Sioux Lookout Hydro, you can get yourself a free block-heater timer and save up to 25% on energy costs. All the municipally owned electric utilities in northwestern Ontario...

Post date: November 07, 2017
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A number of students at Dryden High School have been recognized for outstanding academic achievement. A small ceremony was held at the Centre Monday for Grade 9 and 10 students who finished on the...

Post date: November 07, 2017

This is Crime Prevention Week and Dryden Police are taking the time to launch their 'Lock It or Lose It' campaign. Community Services Officer Denise Szachury says officers will be patrolling area...

Post date: November 07, 2017

The president of Confederation College admits to disappointment and some frustration following the breakdown of negotiations between the colleges and the Ontario Public Service Employees Union. It...

Post date: November 06, 2017

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