A drilling display part of the Nuclear Waste Management Organization’s (NWMO) Learn More Centre. The Centre hosted an Open House event Oct. 26-27. Photo by Amanda Wheatley
Year 1 No. 30 — Friday, November 4, 2017

The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) held an Open House in Ignace on October 26th and 27th. The Learn More Centre provided an opportunity for locals to engage with the project as the site selection continues.

The Sioux Lookout Hockey Canada Skills Academy met with former NHL coach Ted Nolan on Wednesday, October 26th. Photo by Tim Brody/Sioux Lookout Bulletin.
Year 1 No. 30 — Friday, November 4, 2017

Ted Nolan made a stop in Sioux Lookout on October 26th. He met with the local Hockey Canada Skills Academy to talk with students about his experiences.

Sandy Wabange. Photo courtesy Spuro Sourtzis
Year 1 No. 30 — Friday, November 4, 2017

Sandy Wabange was the son of Joseph and Nancy Wabange. Joseph was a veteran of the first World War. Sandy's family were devout Christians who followed the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.

Daniel Garneau with his sisters. Photo Courtesy Spuro Sourtzis
Year 1 No. 30 — Friday, November 4, 2016

Daniel Garneau was the oldest child of Francis and Mary Garneau. Born on the Wabigoon First Nation Reserve, he attended residential school in Kenora.

Year 1 No. 29 — Friday, October 28, 2016

Addictions professionals and the region’s health care authority believe the City of Kenora with benefit from a new approach to helping severe alcoholics in the community manage and treat their condition.