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Fort Whoop-up has officially opened its doors for the summer. Along with the Niitsitapi gallery which opened last summer, there is the travelling exhibit, Lii Buflo, which explores the Metis relationship with the buffalo.The exhibit was created by a committee of Metis community members, in partnership with the Alberta Heritage Foundation of St. Albert.Becky Friesen, […] ...More

Even as Kootenay Lake’s shoreline continues to be ‘degraded’ a new strategic plan is being developed to slow and eventually halt illegal development on main body of water in the area. A five-year strategic plan is being proposed for development by the Kootenay Lake Partnership (KLP) — with a proposal for support from the City […] ...More

KIRKLAND LAKE – Kirkland Lake is delving into new strategies for engaging residents in community beautification and anti-littering efforts. The municipality is going to hold a public survey to identify key areas that residents want included in potential annual community beautification and anti-littering projects. The survey is part of a motion unanimously supported by Kirkland […] ...More

It was smooth sailing for the Viking Octantis as it arrived to the Thunder Bay port on Tuesday evening with 340 international passengers.The ship’s arrival starts the 2024 cruise ship season, which is expected to be the biggest and busiest the city has seen.Mayor Ken Boshcoff presented Ioan Frunza, the ship’s general manager; Daniel Hansson, […] ...More

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