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Between robust mandatory alcohol screening laws, vigilant citizens and dedicated officers, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) reminds drivers they'll have plenty to worry about if they choose to get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol or drugs over the holidays.
The OPP's Festive R.I.D.E. campaign kicks off this week and runs until January 3, 2021.
Whether it's the new Lego set or the latest Spiderman action figure, toys top most children’s Christmas list. But not all are so fortunate to receive them.
On Friday Dec. 4, the Fort Frances Lakers and the United Native Friendship Centre (UNFC) hope to rectify that, with their annual toy drive for the Adopt-a-Family program.
A dramatic transformation is planned for St Michael's School, which could fulfill the town's need for lower cost and senior housing.
The Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board (RRDSSAB) has purchased St. Michael's school located at 820 Fifth St. East, with an additional offer to purchase the playground. RRDSSAB will have access to the school in April 2021.
New funding for improvements to Rainy River's water and wastewater infrastructure was announced Thursday by Thunder Bay-Rainy River MP Marcus Powlowski.
In order for Canada to continue moving forward in reconciliation, the public education system must teach the true history of Indigenous people, according to Sen. Murray Sinclair.
Sinclair served as the chairman of the Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission from 2009 to 2015.
Nominations are now open for the Barbara Laronde Emerging Artist Award for Indigenous women and gender marginalized people in northern Ontario.
As the first snow falls, it is hard to imagine that COVID-19 has had the world wrapped in its vortex for eight months. For some of us, the hardest adjustment was working from home. But for others, this year has been tougher than most even without the pandemic.