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    Ontario's aboriginal affairs minister visits Grassy Narrows

    Minister David Zimmer announcing funding for the Kenra Anishinabe Health Access Centre in 2013Ontario's Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, David Zimmer, is in Grassy Narrows today. He's visiting the community as the province tries to resolve a number of long-standing issues.They include resource rights on traditional lands, the contaminatio...

  • Cruisin' to end MS at A&W

    Randy Nickle is the franchise owner for A&W in Kenora.Cruisin' to End MS is returning to Kenora and Dryden tomorrow to raise money for a cure to Multiple Sclorosis. Franch ...

  • City to sit down tonight with Keewatin residents, businesses

    The City of Kenora is sitting down with Keewatin residents tonight. They'll be looking at suggestions for a community improvement plan. The meeting follows a rough winter on O ...

  • Construction on Second Street and Valley Drive update

    Construction workers pave Valley Drive.With construction all around Kenora, many people are having a difficult time getting from place to place. Superintendent for Pioneer con ...

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  • Upcoming Community Events

    Wednesday, July 16, 2014
    Casual gathering for caregivers. Chance to have coffee and danties. As well as, have the opportunity to gain and share i
    Monday, July 28, 2014
    *Date range includes weekdays only. Science North is a registered charitable organization that relies on community supp
    Tuesday, August 19, 2014
    The Lake of the Woods presents The Great War Project, from August 1st - November 15. An exhibit commemorating the 100th
    Wednesday, August 20, 2014
    Matiowski Farmers Market runs every Wednesday Under the Whitecap Pavilion from 8:30 - 2
    Thursday, August 21, 2014
    Presentation of master’s thesis research conducted by Rob Moquin, Natural Resources Institute, University of Manitoba
    Friday, August 22, 2014
    The Lake of the Woods presents The Great War Project, from August 1st - November 15. An exhibit commemorating the 100th