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Two months later, National Indigenous Peoples Day celebration planned for August 28

Two months later, National Indigenous Peoples Day celebration planned for August 28

Celebration delayed for two months due to COVID-19
Bomber Robertson’s work leads to league, sponsor donation for McIsaac school

Bomber Robertson’s work leads to league, sponsor donation for McIsaac school

Former Flin Flon Bomber Reid Robertson has continued to make an impact on the school where he served as a mentor.
Second fall luncheon hosts 65 guests

Second fall luncheon hosts 65 guests

The second Flin Flon luncheon of the fall season was held at the Viscount Gort Hotel on Friday, Nov. 2 with 65 guests in attendance for a roast beef dinner in the Viscount Room on the second floor of the hotel.
Tales from the route

Tales from the route

To celebrate National Newspaper Week, The Reminder asked you to share your stories of working as a paper carrier for this or any other publication.
Profiles: Diane Therien forged success on path of self-determination

Profiles: Diane Therien forged success on path of self-determination

Diane Therien knew she made a mistake. Having dropped out of Hapnot Collegiate after grade 10, she found herself stuck in a low-paying job as a waitress. “I needed to do something,” recalls Therien.

Support group will help residents with health concerns better manage

Residents living with an ongoing health problem are invited to Get Better Together (GBT). The free six-week program, offered by the Northern Health Region beginning in late February, will help participants learn to manage their symptoms – and more.

Seniors’ card results: Flin Flon Seniors, North Sask Seniors

Flin Flon Seniors Contract Bridge, Jan. 4: Nayda Maximchuk, first, 3150; Jean Wright, second, 2710. Ladies’ Spades, Jan. 17: Denise Rose, first, 861; Vasti Lamb, second, 845; Dot Hammel, third, 845; Phyllis McKenzie, low, 577. Men’s Spades, Jan.

Seniors’ card results: Flin Flon Seniors, North Sask Seniors

Flin Flon Seniors Contract Bridge, Jan. 4: Amby Brecht, first, 4570; Jean Wright, second, 3470. Ladies’ Spades, Jan. 10: Ann Hardy, first, 744; Pearl Wright, second, 729; June Hoglander, third, 701; Denise Rose, low, 471. Men’s Spades, Jan.
Now and Then: Can you hear what I hear?

Now and Then: Can you hear what I hear?

This past year at Christmas, our family and friends gathered around the festive table at Anglin Lake, Sask., to share in the joy and abundance of good company and good food.

Northern Neighbours Foundation has grants for community projects

A charitable foundation is accepting grant applications for community improvement projects. The Northern Neighbours Foundation is taking applications with a helping hand from the Moffat Foundation, a Winnipeg-based organization.