With restrictions easing by the Ontario Government, numerous businesses are now reopening with social distancing measures in place. We have complied a list of businesses that are currently starting to open to the public, and will continue to update this list in the days to come as more information is provided to us.
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The Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board (RRDSSAB) announced several future community housing projects.
The Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board (RRDSSAB) announced several newly added children’s services in the Rainy River District.
Tile drainage projects are reshaping the future of agriculture in the Rainy River District.
That's one of the messages that the Rainy River Future Development Corporation (RRFDC) gave as part of their presentation to the Rainy River District Municipal Association (RRDMA) on January 16.
The Social Department of Grand Council Treaty #3 with support of the Women’s Council Gaagiidoo-Ikwewag, is introducing The Red Ribbon Campaign in awareness of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
The Red Ribbon Campaign is a Treaty #3 Territory movement for Indigenous and non- Indigenous people who stand against violence toward Indigenous Women and Girls.
Ed Carlson is retiring from his position as Deputy Chief of RR District Paramedic Services.
Ed started his career with Paramedic Services 33 years ago.
According to a report recently published by the Northern Policy Institute, Northern Ontario communities need to create a collective brand to make the North more attractive to new residents.
As I've mentioned in previous Devlin news stories, there isn’t a lot of news happening. Please contact me If you know of any newsworthy happenings.
School did start back Monday (January 25) and the word is that both students and teachers were happy to get back to the classroom.
The provincial government is investing $10.9 million to bring broadband internet to several towns and First Nations communities across northern Ontario. This also includes $1 million investment for First Nation communities in the Rainy River District.