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With Christmas fast approaching, service clubs, charities and businesses are busy organizing ways for the community to provide for those in need. Here's a listing of ways to give this holiday season:
Report outlines solutions to tackle the backlog in healthcare and ensure all Ontarians have access to timely and
With the recent spike in cases in Treaty #3 communities and several First Nations entering into lockdown this week, Grand Council Treaty #3 and Ogichidaa Francis Kavanaugh are calling upon citizens of the Anishinaabe Nation to limit social gathering.
The Rainy River District School Board is pleased to announce that elections for the office of Chair and Vice Chair were held at the Board Meeting on December 1, 2020 in Fort Frances.
December is the month for the annual Christmas Bird Count which therefore made it one of the topics up for discussion at the most recent meeting of the Rainy River Valley Field Naturalists. Ilka Milne, president of the club has once again volunteered to organize the event which is something she has taken on for the past 20 years.
Things are as busy as ever at the Fixit Club in Rainy River. Gord Armstrong was showing off some of the projects nearing completion at the club. This past year has seen the installation of the wooden play train structure in Hannam Park. It is regularly festooned with kids emphasizing its popularity.
Once again the area residents have generously supported another successful Stuff A Cruiser campaign in Emo. Due to COVID, organizers felt the donations might be far less this year. However, monetary contributions and donations on Saturday exceeded 2300 pounds. This will help keep shelves stocked at the Emo Food Bank for those in need.