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The Wynne government has a bit of a spending problem.That's according to the Fraser Institute, which says program spending is up about seven billion dollars compared to last year.Author of the...

Post date: February 07, 2018

The OPP are assisting the Treaty Three Police with a sudden death investigation.On February 3rd Treaty Three Police responded to an aggravated assault in the Seine River First Nation.The victim a 42...

Post date: February 07, 2018

28 northern communities are getting some lessons in how to fight climate change.It's part of Treaty 3's Climate Action School Project, which uses funding from the province to conduct...

Post date: February 07, 2018

It's been talked about for years, but it looks as if the Kenora District Services Board will be finally able to move ahead with a pilot project for non-urgent land ambulence service.Henry Wall is...

Post date: February 07, 2018

A group of northern First Nations is working on creating a twenty year regional tourism plan.Matawa First Nations, which is made up of nine communities, is looking to set a vision, goal and strategy...

Post date: February 07, 2018

The Kenora Sports Hall of Fame Committee is trying to drum up a few more nominations.The first induction ceremony will be taking place this September.Spokesperson Larry Patrick says they already have...

Post date: February 07, 2018

Beaver Brae's boys hockey team is back into the win column.The Broncos trounced Red Lake 10-4 last night at the Cochenor Arena.The Thomas Aquinas boys team wasn't as fortunate, as they were...

Post date: February 07, 2018

Thomas Aquinas will be hosting next week's NorWOSSA Single "a" championships.The Saints senior boys basketball team got by Sioux Lookout 58-47 yesterday to finish first in the standings...

Post date: February 07, 2018

An Ignace man faces sexual assault and incest charges.Provincial Police in Ignace were contacted last Friday to look into a sexual assault allegation.An arrest warrant was issued and two days later...

Post date: February 06, 2018

The Special Investigations Unit has been called in to look into an incident involving provincial police officers in Dryden.The OPP say police conducted a traffic stop on Highway 17 in Dryden around 1...

Post date: February 06, 2018

Hundreds of hockey players from northern first nations are taking part in the annual Little Bands Hockey Tournament in Dryden.The grand chief of the Nishinabe Aski Nation, Alvin Fiddler participated...

Post date: February 06, 2018

A big two points for Beaver Brae's girls hockey team.The Broncos beat the Sioux Lookout Warriors yesterday 3-2 in a shootout.The win ties Beaver Brae with Queen Elizabeth for fourth and final...

Post date: February 06, 2018

A good year for the owners of the oriented strandboard mill in Barwick.Norbord says adjusted earnings for 2017 reached 672-million dollars, a 75 per cent increase over 2016.Most of that was generated...

Post date: February 06, 2018

Students at Beaver Brae are looking to raise the awareness around mental health in their schools.Beaver Brae has just started its own Jack Chapter.Tanner Neufeld one of the students apart of the...

Post date: February 06, 2018

The Keewatin-Patricia District School board says it's trying to accomodate a growing demand from students from northern first nations.Sean Monteith is the director of education and says they need...

Post date: February 06, 2018

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