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Family Centre fights for the homeless despite controversies

Family Centre fights for the homeless despite controversies

The Family Centre operates as an unaccredited shelter, offering refuge to anyone in need.
Anishinaabe Elder develops land-based healing program

Anishinaabe Elder develops land-based healing program

An Anishinaabe Elder is helping teach people how to heal.
Former MP for Kenora-Rainy River, John Reid, passes away

Former MP for Kenora-Rainy River, John Reid, passes away

John Reid, the former Member of Parliament for Kenora Rainy-River from 1965-1985, passed away in Ottawa on Aug. 25.
Part of Front Street in Sioux Lookout is renamed Valour Way

Part of Front Street in Sioux Lookout is renamed Valour Way

Part of a busy downtown street in Sioux Lookout will be renamed Valour Way to honour veterans who have served and are still serving in the military.
Project Dogwood leads to five arrests, and multiple charges

Project Dogwood leads to five arrests, and multiple charges

All five accused have been remanded into custody and are scheduled to next appear in court on Monday.
NWO Candidate list set for October’s municipal election

NWO Candidate list set for October’s municipal election

Atikokan, Dryden, Fort Frances, and Kenora among the many communities getting a new mayor this fall as the municipal candidate field is set and awaiting official certification on Monday.
Artsfest starts this weekend in Kenora after COVID hiatus

Artsfest starts this weekend in Kenora after COVID hiatus

After a two-year hiatus due to COVID, one of Kenora's biggest arts festivals returns to the Lake of the Woods.
As the Northwest drowns, where is the province with help?

As the Northwest drowns, where is the province with help?

The flooding in the northwest region is hitting new highs as MP Marcus Powlowski calls on the province to request federal assistance.
Esox Dam is operational, but what about Front Street and Idylwild Drive <b>(28 photos)</b>

Esox Dam is operational, but what about Front Street and Idylwild Drive (28 photos)

Although Fort Frances has seen a fair share of flooding over the years, as Rainy Lake reaches new heights, the town is trending in uncharted waters.  
Learn more about nuclear waste management with a tour of the Mobile Learn More Centre

Learn more about nuclear waste management with a tour of the Mobile Learn More Centre

The Mobile Learn More Centre invites visitors to view 3D models, interactive technology, hands-on learning opportunities, videos, and photos in an attempt to help de-stigmatize the conversations surrounding nuclear waste by learning how a deep geological repository will safely contain and isolate used nuclear fuel in a manner that protects people and the environment for generations to come.