As part of Project Journey, an initiative to provide alternative activities to youth in Pikangikum, the community and the OPP recently hosted a special hockey camp. Pictured are OPP Inspector Pat Morris, three time Olympic Canadian women’s hockey team player and OPP Sargeant Nathalie Rivard, volunteers from the Red Lake OPP detachment, as well as a number of students from Eenchokay Birchstick School, age 13-16.
By Jennifer Thurbide Looking for something to beat the impending winter blues? The Wilderness Entertainment Series (WES) says their seasonal line-up will bring the heat as representatives announced last week their first concert series showcasing an impressive list of prominent Canadian performers. From October to April the Red Lake District High School (RLDHS) will be […]
It’s no secret that the times they are a changin’ in the journalism industry—particularly print journalism—and they have been for quite some time now. It’s as exciting as it is nerve wracking. Publications across the world have had to invent ways to keep up with an increasingly digital world that tends to prefer small snippets […]
Published: September 28, 2016 BY JENNIFER PARSONS Fans of Patrick Hunter’s artwork can now purchase pieces in wearable form, thanks to a new collaboration with eBay. Earlier this month the shopping giant launched a fall sale of scarves featuring Hunter’s work, with the proceeds going to N’We Jinan, a program that works with First Nations youth […]