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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(Couchiching) On Thursday, Oct 8, members of the Treaty #3 Police Service's Street Crime Unit conducted an investigation into the sale of controlled substances on the Couchiching First Nation, resulting in two people being charged with several offences and a search warrant being executed on a residence on the community.
Ogichidaa Francis Kavanaugh and Grand Council Treaty #3 stand in resolute solidarity with the Mi’kmaw Nation. The eruption of violence in Nova Scotia between Mi’kmaw and non-indigenous fishermen over the past several weeks has been closely observed by the leadership and citizens of the Anishinaabe Nation in Treaty #3.
A passionate group of scare fans and volunteers have made Rainy River the home of the scariest event in the district.
In conjunction with Rainy River Rec Centre, the town will be playing host to the Trail of Terror, a haunted walk that is being held for the next two Saturdays in order to provide safe and spooky fun for those with a stout constitution (and their families).
(UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP) - On Friday October 9, 2020 at approximately 1:16 p.m. members of the Rainy River District Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a report of a camper trailer that had been burned to the ground. The camper trailer was located on Charles Road adjacent to Cedar Narrows Road, which is off Hwy 502, in Unorganized Township.
It is Spooktacular. The Rainy River Trail of Terror will send a Covid 19 chill up your spine. Envisioned by Shannon Hagarty and Marty Kreger this concept opened a way for the community to be active and involved in a fun Halloween Season activity while not being cowed by the Covid 19 pandemic that seems to control all our lives.
Paws and Claws, a non-profit charity based in International Falls, Minnesota, is expanding into Fort Frances.
Before the borders closed, animals found on the Canadian side were transported to International Falls where they received treatment and foster families, until they got adopted.
Ogichidaa Francis Kavanaugh and Grand Council Treaty #3 congratulates Randy Fobister, newly elected Chief of Asubpeeschoseewagong Netum Nation on his successful election on October 8.
The Dance Community Hall may be coming back to life. If volunteers have anything to do with it, this will happen with a large amount of changes being done to the Hall.
This Hall was once a vital part of the Dance Township, and if things go as planned the Hall will be open year round.