Riverside Health Care currently is experiencing high levels of patient activity at La Verendrye General Hospital, the Emo Health Centre, and the Rainy River Health Centre.
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Been thinking about who to nominate for a business award this year?
Don't sweat it—you have more time to think it over.
The Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce's 22nd-annual Rainy River District Business Awards has been moved from next month—when it traditionally is held—to September.
How much do you really know about child car seats and proper car seat use?
If you have any questions about how to use them and whether yours is safe, drop by a public car seat clinic tomorrow (Jan. 18) from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Rainy River District EMS ambulance garage (801 Scott St.)
The school boards of Northwestern Ontario have teamed up to offer families a regional kindergarten registration week for 2018.
During this special week (Feb. 26-March 2), schools across Northwestern Ontario will be hosting open house events and activities to support families with registering their child for school for September.
The “Go Local” program is off to a strong start in 2018, and now is sporting a new Premium Members Club to reward its most active and loyal members.
“The program continues to go like gangbusters,” economic development consultant Tannis Drysdale told council at its regular meeting last Monday.
The Rainy River District Women's Shelter of Hope will open its first-ever women's resource centre here in March.
The agency's board of directors gave its final approval last Thursday night to purchase the building at 330 Scott St. and move forward, and outreach worker Heather Johnson couldn't be happier.
Ever thought of taking part in the annual Rainy River District Festival of the Performing Arts?
The festival committee is holding its first-ever open house and registration night on Tuesday, Jan. 30 from 6-8 p.m. at the Fort Frances Public Library Technology Centre.
The Alzheimer Society of Kenora/Rainy River Districts announced Jan. 8 that while awareness about dementia has increased, stigma and negative attitudes around it continue to persist.
Local delegates will continue to lobby for the province to address the dire need for access to justice in Rainy River District, among other demands, when they attend the Rural Ontario Municipal Association conference Jan. 21-23 in Toronto.
Unifor is supporting the federal government's new complaint to the World Trade Organization over the United States' unfair trade tariffs on the forestry sector.
“The U.S. is trying to bully us and we're not going to stand for it,” said Jerry Dias, Unifor national president.