The Fort Frances Lakers held their annual general meeting on Monday, August 10, 2020, with a change in leadership. After 10 years as President of the Lakers Association, Milt Strachan announced his departure from the club. “After many years in this game, it’s time for me to step aside.
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Minor hockey is planning a return to the ice this winter.
The Fort Frances Minor Hockey Association is planning an open registration in expectation of an upcoming hockey season. Registration will be held September 7, 2020.
Dust off your brooms, Fort Frances – curling is coming back.
The Fort Frances Curling Club has tweaked its rules and processes to comply with COVID-19 regulations, enabling it to move ahead with a season, starting the week of Thanksgiving.
“We're really excited,” said Christine Denby, curling committee chair.
Child and Family Services in Fort Frances partners with Sunset Water Sports by donating $5,000 to buy adaptive water equipment.
Adaptive water equipment provides accessible water sports and recreational activities for individuals with physical limitations.
Skeet shooting is a sport that anyone can participate in for recreation or competition. Participants and competitors use their shotguns to hit a clay disc target that mechanically flies from one of two cement stations on either side of the field.
Imagine yourself and your bike, alone, in the eerie depths of roads that stretch over nations. You have nothing but a travel-sized tent and a Canadian flag flapping at the rear of your bike. You encounter storms and thunders, rains and rainbows, deers and bears. Imagine doing this for three years and enjoying every bit of it.
The engines will be roaring to life this weekend at Emo Speedway, but the stands will remain silent.
The Borderland Racing Association will be holding its first race of the season on July 11, with a practice scheduled for this Saturday. However, due to COVID-19, spectators are not being allowed at either event.
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.
The student athletes of Fort Frances High School may not have played through to the end of their seasons, but they will still get the recognition they deserve at the annual Athletics Banquet, even if it comes in a new format.
THUNDER BAY, Ont. — The Kam River Fighting Walleye of the SIJHL announced the commitment of 2001-born forward Christian Veneruzzo.
The Thunder Bay product played in the NA3HL in 2019-20, where he amassed 52 points in 40 games for the Bozeman Ice Dogs.
“Bringing a player like Christian home is a huge asset to our program,” said Fighting Walleye General Manager Kevin McCallum.