Archive : ' Pikangikum'
BY LINDSAY BRISCOE Pikangikum First Nation hosted one of the largest career fairs ever to take place in the community on May 2, with several post secondary institutions and potential employers from Red Lake to as [...]
BY LINDSAY BRISCOE Local author, Kathy Tetlock, has had a passion for writing since she first learned to spell. She particularly enjoys writing poetry, and as of January, 2014, she’s the author of two books. The [...]
BY LINDSAY BRISCOE Nine passengers aboard a Sky Care aircraft en route from Thunder Bay to Pikangikum, with a stop in Red Lake last Friday, are shaken up after the Piper Navajo hit the runway at [...]
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 [...]
BY LINDSAY BRISCOE The Red Lake detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), the National Crime Prevention Centre, and the community of Pikangikum recently announced that in working together they’ve secured close to $2.4 million in [...]