Submitted The Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) is encouraging individuals working or exploring the outdoors with friends, family or pets, to make small changes that can help to prevent tick bites. There are two main tick species in northwestern Ontario; wood (dog) ticks and blacklegged (deer) ticks. Wood ticks have reddish-brown bodies and legs with white […]
Published: June 13, 2018 BY SHAYLA BRADLEY Following Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is calling “a turning point in the Canada-U.S. relationship,” Kenora Rainy River MP Bob Nault says Canada is committed to defending the interests of Canadian workers and businesses. On May 31 U.S. President Donald Trump announced he would not renew temporary exemptions for […]
Published February 28, 2018 Logan Graber (right) shows Kenora MP Bob Nault his submission to the Red Lake Youth Art Show on Feb. 21. Nault was in the district meeting with constituents last week and made visits to the St. John’s School and the Red Lake Regional Heritage Centre Photo Submitted
By: Rhonda Beckman Published: February 14, 2018 I didn’t realize how “bushed” I was until I started to head down the highway today with Brad. Even just going to Dryden for the day and checking in at the farm for a few minutes was sweet reprieve from looking out the same windows for the last […]
Photo Submitted Motorist travelling Highway 105 recently had an opportunity to put together their own jokes after spotting a moose heading into the Ear Falls OPP detachment parking lot. The moose sauntered up to the building and wondered around the vehicles before departing.