The Kenora Sexual Assault Centre is closed. The crisis-line service is still available. 

Copperfin branches in Kenora, Sioux Narrows, Ear Falls and Nestor Falls are closed today due to weather conditions. If members need assistance they should call (877) 202-5722.

Seven Generations in Kenora is closed today, along with the offices in Kenora for the Northwestern Health Unit.

Garbage pick up in Kenora has been cancelled.

The Dryden Eagles boys' hockey game in Fort Frances has been postponed.

All schools and school buses in the district are closed tomorrow. This includes KPDSB, KCDSB, Northwest Catholic and Aurore Boreale.

Transit buses for the City of Kenora won't be running tomorrow, and daycare centres at Ecole Ste-Marguerite Bourgeoys and Pope John Paul II will also be closed.

The before and after school programs run by Firefly at St. Louis School are also cancelled for tomorrow.

Similarly, the FIREFLY offices and all FIREFLY child care programs will be closed for the day tomorrow, due to the weather.

However, the KACL offices and their KidZone location in Lakeside will remain open.

Tonight's Kenora Kinsmen meeting has been postponed until next Monday.

Special Olympics bowlers will take a break this evening, due to the storm.

Today's Broncos senior girls hockey game has been postponed, due to the weather issues.

Tomorrow's senior boys hockey game has also been postponed, along with tomorrow's court sport games in Dryden.

Tonight's high school girls hockey game between the Saints and Broncos will be rescheduled.

This evening's Bronco basketball practice has been cancelled. They've also decided not to travel to Dryden tomorrow for court sports.

The Dryden Eagles are waiting on the weather, before making a decision about their game in Fort Frances tomorrow night against the Muskies.

The Warriors court sports teams are still hoping to be in Red Lake tomorrow, weather permitting.

Tomorrow's Grade 6 information night at Beaver Brae has been postponed by weather. It's now set for next Tuesday, Dec. 12. All the other details for the event will remain the same.

The opening of a new exhibit at Dryden's museum has been postponed until Friday. Be Prepared: Scouts and Guides will focus on the historical connections of scouting and guiding in the Dryden area, along with the changes to Boy Scouts and Girl Guides over the years.

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