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The heart of ‘no means no’

Ontario’s health and physical education curriculum is the most outdated in the country. Since it was introduced in the 1990s, our lives—and particularly the lives of teens— have been inundated with social media, bullying and cyberbullying, [...]

Ontario Public Service contract bargaining on hold

BY CLAIRE CUDAHY Mobilizing members of the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) traveled from Thunder Bay to Red Lake last week to inform the local branch of the union that two of the three bargaining [...]

Low Loonie good for northwestern Ontario tourism industry

BY CLAIRE CUDAHY Things are looking up for the tourism industry in northwestern Ontario thanks to, among other things, the sliding Loonie. “I’m more optimistic this year than I have been in the last five to [...]

Nault seeks Liberal nomination

BY LINDSAY BRISCOE Bob Nault “just couldn’t sit this one out.” The former Kenora-Rainy River MP and former Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development announced on Jan. 22 that he is seeking nomination for the [...]

St. John School Sr. boys volleyball finishes first

Pictured is the St. John School Sr. boys volleyball team that won the Red Lake area’s annual tournament on Nov. 27. It’s never too late to celebrate. Here’s to a job well done boys! Photo submitted. [...]