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Red Lake artist selected as finalist for Salt Spring National Art Prize

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 [...]

From the film biz to camp life: South Bay on Gull Rock celebrates 40 years

BY CLAIRE CUDAHY The year was 1963 and Mary Spenceley was on a plane from Chicago headed for her first visit to Red Lake. Spenceley was travelling with NBC radio and TV announcer Gregg Donovan and [...]

Rack up some good times at Red Lake’s first Rib Fest

BY LINDSAY BRISCOE Get ready to bust out your finest bib, some Wet-Naps, and a healthy appetite; the Red Lake area’s first ever Rib Fest is right around the corner. Norseman Festival committee member Brendan Williams [...]

Canada Day 2015 in Red Lake

The heat and humidity had the kids splashing in the water all day. Face-painting, balloon animals with Rainbow the Clown, many children’s activities and games, as well as barbecue and cotton candy served up by the [...]

Live! @ the 2015 Norseman Festival

BY LINDSAY BRISCOE From country and blues, to AC/DC and Fleetwood Mac covers; from jugglers and magicians, to the Red Lake area’s finest bands and solo acts, the 2015 Norseman Festival (held over two weekends: Rock [...]