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The Ontario government is making investments into the future of agriculture in the Rainy River District.
During a stopover in the area on June 10, Kenora-Rainy River MPP Greg Rickford made two funding announcements that will directly benefit agriculture producers in the area. The total amount of the funding comes to nearly $1.1-million.
The town of Fort Frances is looking to help out downtown restaurants who don’t have room for a traditional patio space.
The student athletes of Fort Frances High School may not have played through to the end of their seasons, but they will still get the recognition they deserve at the annual Athletics Banquet, even if it comes in a new format.
Prospective drivers lined up outside the DriveTest centre in downtown Fort Frances this morning as they waited to be let in to sign up for various licence tests and other services, following the announcement last week that centres would be reopening on a limited basis beginning this week.
A generous donation has the potential to help people in distress on Rainy Lake for years to come.
Recently, the Watten Volunteer Fire Department was gifted a used emergency boat for use in situations that may arise on and near the waters of Rainy Lake.
It won’t look like it has in previous years, but there are still plans for some fun to be had on Canada Day.
Both the Fun in the Sun committee and the Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce have announced plans for activities on Canada Day that will be replacing the traditional parade, fireworks and other festivities at the Point.
Now is the time of year when graduates of all stripes would normally be looking forward to their convocation ceremonies. While Confederation College campuses won’t be able to have theirs in person, the college is taking steps to ensure their students still have a special day.
A significant amount of money is coming to Riverside Health Care facilities to help them realize a dream that’s been years in the making.
Confederation College graduate Idrissou Ahamadou was surprised by staff and faculty from the Rainy River District campus with a “Diploma Delivery” on Tuesday afternoon to celebrate his completion of the Social Services Worker program.