For most high school students, Encounters with Canada is an opportunity to leave behind the familiar and embrace the new and unknown as they mingle and live with more than 100 students from across Canada for a week.
What do a nickel mine in northern Quebec, a gold mine in British Columbia, and a diamond mine in the Northwest Territories have in common?
The results are in! New tools developed through the Ontario Rural Council are found to be useful for rural communities to address the chronic health human resource shortages.
Bryan Bonot was having such a trying day, he even lost track of which stones he was supposed to throw.
Submitted by Jack Elliott
British Columbia may have its Bigfoot and Scotland its Loch Ness Monster, but closer to home, Rainy River has its own illusive celebrity—the Great Bea-ver.
From the Red Cross
Buying a Red Cross lottery ticket for $40 can mean the chance of winning major prizes—and ensures humanitarian services are available in Ontario communities.
An Ignace hunting licence issuer has been fined $500 for failing to comply with licence-issuing procedures.
The Warroad Summer Theatre Company proudly presents, “The Boys Next Door”, a comedy with a splash of drama, as dinner theatre on March 20-23, 2003.
4–H in Canada turns 90 this year and at least one of the awards at the annual Rainy River District 4–H Association Awards banquet, held last Friday in Stratton, dates back more than 30 of them.
As its popular key tags go out to Ontario residents starting this week, The War Amps is inviting the public to become part of the picture by supporting its many programs and services for amputees.