Dr. Ian Gemmill is the acting medical officer of health for the Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU). Jon Begg, communications and public relations specialist at the NWHU administers and conducts weekly public meeting streamed on either NWHU’s Facebook page or GoTo Meeting sessions to answer questions. To find out how to participate in the next Question and Answer session with Dr.
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Borderland Pride is taking truckloads of queer cheer to a community in need of some rainbows this Pride Month.
On Saturday, June 27, we are taking LGBTQ2 Pride to Emo. All LGBTQ2 people and their allies are invited to join us for a peaceful protest.
Jamie Pryde’s life has followed a different path - one that’s led him around the world and back again. Along the way, he found himself, piece by piece, and has returned complete and confident.
Pryde is many things: a business owner, partner, son. He’s also a member of the LGBT community. Like so many who grew up gay, things weren’t easy for Pryde.
Emo Agricultural Research Station is planting yards of hops for this year’s plantation project. Hops are primarily used to add bitterness to beer, and are being explored as a future crop in the region.
The 54-hectare research station is owned by the University of Guelph and is located in Chapple Township in Rainy River District, and is in operation from mid-March to mid-December.
(KENORA, ON) Members of the Kenora Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have received several complaints of thefts from vehicles and outbuildings over the last week.
Police are reminding the public that these actions are crimes of opportunity, leaving vehicles unlocked and valuables inside place a target on your vehicle and property.
Some steps you can take to avoid thefts include:
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.
A significant amount of money is coming to Riverside Health Care facilities to help them realize a dream that’s been years in the making.
A 25-year-old Fort Frances man is in custody facing a number of charges in connection with a serious assault that occurred on June 11, 2020 in the city’s south side, according to Thunder Bay Police Services
FORT FRANCES – The Ontario government is investing more than $1 million through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) in two Rainy River agricultural projects, creating three jobs.