(THUNDER BAY, ON.) -On the 25th of June 2020 at approximately 9:25pm members of the Thunder Bay OPP responded to a single motorcycle collision on Highway 61 near Little Norway Road.
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Confederation College has been regularly assessing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic situation and has been following direction given by government and health authorities. The health and safety of the College community remains its primary concern.
Thunder Bay, Ont. – Bryan Graham, who has served as the commissioner for the Superior International Junior Hockey League since 2014, has ended his term as league commissioner.
The SIJHL will immediately begin a national search for the commissioner’s position, led by an internal hiring committee.
Two new fires were discovered in the Northwest Region by the mid-afternoon of June 28.
- Nipigon 10 was discovered between the shoreline of Lake Superior and the rail corridor, approximately 20 kilometres east of Nipigon. The 0.3 hectare fire is being held.
Borderland Pride has filed a complaint to the Human Rights Tribunal, against the Township of Emo, and three councillors who defeated the group’s Pride resolution.
Northwestern Health Unit and Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre have been notified of several positive test results from a screening program of hospital staff. There are no cases of illness at this time. The NWHU is working together to follow up and make sure that all necessary measures are in place, and will report more as additional information becomes available.
(FORT FRANCES, ON) On June 19, 2020, officers of the Fort Frances Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were called to the report of a suspicious male person at the 300 block of Scott Street in Fort Frances, ON. The male was quickly located in a back alley of the same block acting erratically.
Grand Council Treaty #3 stands in support of Wabaseemoong Independent Nations after the positive test for COVID-19 in the community last week. Our staff is working with Wabaseemoong, the Kenora Chiefs Advisory, and other service providers on response efforts.
The Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) and Associated Medical Services (AMS) are pleased to announce the historic appointment of Dr. Darrel Manitowabi as the NOSM-AMS Hannah Chair in the History of Indigenous Health and Indigenous Traditional Medicine for a five year renewable term effective July 1, 2020.
Toronto, June 8, 2020. As many as 6 million Canadians are caregivers, caring for children with disabilities, elderly parents and other loved ones who need assistance. Together with an army of health professionals, they’re working tirelessly to make a difference in the lives of others.