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Coldest Night helps homeless

Germaine Lovelace walks in support of the homeless Saturday in Kenora, during Coldest Night of the Year. It's a good reminder. Germaine Lovelace was among the walkers for the Coldest Night of the…

Pride & Prejudice at Beaver Brae

It's a step back in time. Beaver Brae's production of the Jane Austen's classic, Pride and Prejudice is on stage this week. Set in England more than 200 years ago, it delves into the romantic…

Dryden firefighters offer response

The association representing Dryden firefighters is responding to a message issued earlier by the City of Dryden. Earlier today, the city offered assurances they would be maintaining normal fire…

Rally for Tina

The justice system is in focus, again. For the second time in a month, a rally was held in Kenora to protest a court decision. This time, it was in response to the not-guilty verdict in the Tina…

Deceased not from the area

Officers investigating the fatal accident on the Trans-Canada are able to say the deceased isn't from the area. One lane is open to traffic, as police are also working with crews to clear away the…

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One lane open on Trans-Canada

One lane is open on the Trans-Canada between Kenora and Dryden at this time. Police are alternating between eastbound and westbound lanes being allowed through. The OPP are investigating a fatal…

Fatal collision

The Kenora OPP are investigating a fatal accident on Highway 17. Following a two vehicle collision near Willard Lake involving a pick-up truck and a tractor trailer unit, a male has been pronounced…

Fire services continue

Fire services will continue in Dryden. The City of Dryden has announced that they will be maintaining normal fire service coverage. Fire Hall 2 Volunteer Firefighters will be responding to emergency…

Housing supports for students

The Kenora District Services Board is working with the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board to develop more housing supports for students. Henry Wall, Chief Administrative Officer for the Kenora…

Mischief investigation in Hudson

The Sioux Lookout OPP are requesting the public’s assistance. On February 21, officers were dispatched to a report of mischief at 44 Second Street in Hudson. When officers arrived, they observed a…

Internet upgrades for local schools

The province is improving access to high-speed internet for students across the region. Ontario is connecting over 250,000 students at approximately 850 schools with high-speed internet, as part of a…

KPDSB welcomes Eric Bortlis

The Keewatin Patricia District School Board is working to better represent Indigenous students. The board has sworn in Eric Bortlis as their new Indigenous Education trustee, to add more…

Collision near Willard Lake

Emergency responders are on the scene of a two vehicle collision on Highway 17, east of Willard Lake. The OPP, firefighters and paramedics are on scene. The collision involved a pick-up truck and a…

Dryden firefighters on strike

Volunteer firefighters in Dryden are on strike. In a note sent to media this morning, Chris Stoiber from the firefighters association says they've withdrawn their services. He adds they're protesting…

Dryden seniors housing approved

More seniors housing will be coming to Dryden. At a recent council meeting for the City of Dryden, a conditional land purchase agreement was signed between the city and Bridge Road Developments for…

St. Louis School’s new initiative

Kenora’s St. Louis School is working to support the whole child. The school has launched an ongoing initiative, called “The Whole Child” which aims to support students academically, as well as…

$62,000 drug seizure

A traffic stop on Highway 17A has led to $62,000 worth of drugs being taken off the streets by the Kenora Detachment of the OPP. On February 21, at 11:40 a.m., police were on general law enforcement…

Child care expansion in PJP

The Kenora Catholic District School Board, the Kenora Association for Community Living, the Kenora District Services Board and the Ministry of Education are working together to provide families in…

Increase for community clubs denied

Community Clubs in Kenora aren't getting an increase raise in the city's yearly budget. Despite yesterday's vote at Kenora council, Mayor Dave Canfield says the clubs are important to the community.…

Improving transit in Kenora

The City of Kenora is hoping to improve their transit system. Together, the city and First Student Canada have launched an online survey for city transit riders, along with non-riders, to share their…

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