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Reproductive Health Network calls for return of bus service

BY CLAIRE CUDAHY A recent letter to the mayor and council of Red Lake has brought the discussion of a bus service in Red Lake and Ear Falls back to the table. Jennifer Pedwell, a member [...]

Rubicon accepted into industrial electricity incentive program

BY LINDSAY BRISCOE Rubicon Minerals Corporation expects an annual electricity cost savings of approximately $4 million now that the company has been accepted into a special Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) industrial incentive program. The program, [...]

School schedule change means broader course selection for RLDHS

BY LINDSAY BRISCOE A change in start and dismissal times at RLDHS for the 2015-16 school year means that students attending school there will have a broader selection of courses to choose from. RLDHS Principal Liz [...]

Humility, integrity, courage at forefront for new English River Miners coach

BY LINDSAY BRISCOE With 25 years of experience both playing and coaching junior hockey in Saskatchewan and Alberta, Derek Sweet-Coulter is ready to head east and head up the English River Miners as the team’s new [...]

We are all treaty people

In May 2014, public schools across Ontario received the first new First Nations treaty map published by the provincial government since 1940. That came three years after the success of We are all Treaty People, a [...]