Angling duos converged on Howey Bay the morning of Aug. 30 for the first day of the 2014 Red Lake Fall Classic Catch and Release Walleye Tournament. Both Saturday and Sunday, 140 teams arrived for a bright and early start where live wells were checked and boats were called out by number. They then headed out onto the lake to compete for over $40,000 in cash and prizes. For full tournament results, visit www.redlakefallclassic.com.
Published: April 12, 2017 Members of the Kaha:wi Dance Theatre pose for photo following their production of The Honouring on Apr. 7 at the Red Lake District High School gymnasium. Presented by the Red Lake Wilderness Entertainment Series, the performance featured a depiction of Indigenous contributions to the War of 1812. The evening was capped […]
BY LINDSAY BRISCOE Wabauskang First Nation has ended an appeal against Rubicon Minerals Corporation and the proposed Phoenix Gold Mine after the two parties reached a settlement and an exploration accommodation agreement last week. “Our community is feeling positive that we have reached an agreement with Rubicon,” Wabauskang Chief Martine Petiquan stated on Nov. 24. […]
By Jon Thompson When Bob Rae comes to the Ring of Fire negotiating table representing Mattawa First Nations, he’ll be sitting across from a man who was a professor in his law school. On July 2, the province named Frank Iacobucci to negotiate on its behalf as it looks to mine what it deems to […]