You are here
The Canadian Women's Foundation received $19.6 million to give as grants for women's and other organizations offering gender-based violence support. These grants were given from the federal government to help organizations deal with the surge in reported gender-based violence incidents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) would like to remind the motoring public to practice safe winter driving habits. Snow and freezing temperatures will create some hazardous driving conditions.
Due to the increase in COVID cases, it was decided Crossroads and Donald Young Schools would not resume classes on January 11. At this time schools are set to resume January 25. This late opening has effected several schools in the district.
No matter your skill level, if you have yarn, knitting needles and passion, there is room for you at the knit-a-long.
Birch Bark Yarns is hosting their "Sweater Weather knit-a-long". The virtual knit-a-long will run from January to March 31, 2021. For each sweater completed during this time, the person who made the sweater will be entered into a draw.
It's that time of year again when Alzheimer Awareness comes to the fore, and even in the midst of a pandemic the Alzheimer's Society of Kenora/Rainy River District is doing their best to raise awareness and educate others about dementia.
(FORT FRANCES, ON) - The fluctuation in temperature and warmer weather has caused concern regarding the condition of the ice in the Rainy River District. The Rainy River District Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police would urges members of the public to ensure they consider proper safety precautions if they are recreating on the frozen waterways.
THUNDER BAY — The 2020 Festive RIDE program saw close to 60 drivers charged with impaired driving offences in northwestern Ontario.
The Ivy Charging Network is hoping it has made electric cars more feasible in the north, with the addition of fast-charging stations at the Fort Frances Canadian Tire.