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January 50/50 winner takes home $681,170

January 50/50 winner takes home $681,170

January's jackpot closed in at $681,170.
Superior North Catholic District School Board launches “Every school day counts” initiative

Superior North Catholic District School Board launches “Every school day counts” initiative

Regular school attendance can earn students a prize.
Snow squall watch in effect for Wawa - Pukaskwa area

Snow squall watch in effect for Wawa - Pukaskwa area

Snow squalls cause weather conditions to vary considerably; changes from clear skies to heavy snow within just a few kilometres are common.
Manitouwadge declares the year 2022 as The Year of the Garden

Manitouwadge declares the year 2022 as The Year of the Garden

Manitouwadge councillors dedicate June 18 to Year of the Garden.
Health unit reports rise in cases, hospitalizations

Health unit reports rise in cases, hospitalizations

Thunder Bay District Health Unit reports 53 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 on Friday.
TBDHU to hold vaccine clinic in Schreiber

TBDHU to hold vaccine clinic in Schreiber

Residents offered vaccination dates in February at the Michael King Hall.
Metis Nation of Ontario’s Mitch Case appointed to National Council for Reconciliation Board

Metis Nation of Ontario’s Mitch Case appointed to National Council for Reconciliation Board

Mitch Case, Region 4 Regional Councilor, appointed by the Government of Canada to serve on Transitional Committee.
Funding announcement to address gender- based violence through sexual health education

Funding announcement to address gender- based violence through sexual health education

$8M to be given for 21 projects to improve the health and well-being of women and girls, and eliminate gender-based violence.
North Shore palladium miner sharing the benefits with neighbouring First Nation

North Shore palladium miner sharing the benefits with neighbouring First Nation

Generation Mining signs contracting, training opportunities pact with Biigtigong Nishnaabeg.
Extreme cold in effect for parts of the region

Extreme cold in effect for parts of the region

Frostbite can develop within minutes on exposed skin, especially with wind chill.
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