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.
Goldcorp fourth quarter results Lisa Dumontier It was good news for Goldcorp shareholders last week as the Company released its fourth quarter results for 2011. Reporting gold production of 687,900 ounces at a total cash cost of $261 per ounce, record revenues of $1.5 billion and operating cash flows before working capital changes of $831 […]
BY CLAIRE CUDAHY Liberal Bob Nault came out on top in the federal election for the Kenora riding, narrowly beating out NDP Howard Hampton in what was expected to be a tight three-way race between the major parties. The results came in hours after Justin Trudeau was declared the next Prime Minister with 184 seats […]
BY CLAIRE CUDAHY Glass sculptor Cheryl Wilson-Smith is one of 52 finalists selected from 800 artists across Canada for the inaugural Salt Spring National Art Prize (SSNAP). Participants are contending for $25,000 in prize money and the Salt Spring Island Artists Residency in 2016. Out of the three works that Wilson-Smith submitted, her vacation-inspired piece […]