TC Energy is delighted to share some exciting opportunities for students.Read More
TC Energy Scholarship Program opens in March 2021 and accepts applications until May 14, 2021.Read More
RSMIN Citizens are asked for their input on the Thunder Bay Conservatory design for the greenhouse replacements. If you would like to provide your input as they finalize these designs, develop programming and events, and explore opportunities for formal partnerships with community stakeholders in the delivery of services.
They are looking for input to identify opportunities in the following area: Horticulture awareness and education, Arts and culture, Short or long term programming, Events, Protentional Conservatory steering committee or advisory board, Potential partnerships related to plant/flower production the greenhouse space.Read More
RSMIN is looking for a RSMIN citizen who would be interested in participating in Ogimaawin Indigenous Education Council with Lakehead University.
For more information on the Council please click on Read More.Read More
Hemlo Explorers notice of mobilization of exploration activities for Exploration Permit PR-20-000143 the North Limb Project.
If you will be hunting or in the area please note the signs posted on the road for your safety in that area. Commence drill program will start January 6, 2021. If you have any question please contact Colleen Kurcinka at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (807)623-4635 extension 210.Read More
This award was sponsored by Impala Canada Inc.Read More
Barrick Gold Corporation notice of mobilization of exploration activities for the Exploration Permit PR-20-000257 the Hemlo West 2020 Project, Bomby, Lecours Townships, Wabikoba Lake Area.
If you will be hunting or in the area please note the signs posted on the roads for your safety in that area. Activity dates run from November 26th, 2020-November 26, 2023. If you have any questions please contact Colleen Kurcinka at email@example.com or call (807)623-4635 extension 210.Read More
Wrecked, Abandoned, Dilapidated and hazardous vessels (known as vessels of concern, or VOCs) can pose risks to the environment, public health and safety, local interests such as fishing and tourism, and also to culturally sensitive area. The National Strategy on Wrecked and Abandoned Vessels, part of the federal government's Oceans Protection Plan, aims to prevent the occurrence of new VOCs and address those that already exist in Canadian waters. The Coast Guard has been notified of a wreck in Port Coldwell, Ontario (48.756767, -86.535984) we are asking for your feedback on what should happen to these VOCs? Your input would be appreciated especially if you live in the area of Port Coldwell, Ontario. For more information click on "read more"Read More
Maps for slash pile burning on the Black Spruce, Dog River-Matawin and Armstrong portion of the Lake Nipigon Forest can be found below. The prescribed burn will reduce the area covered in slash piles while increasing the area available for regeneration and reducing the fire hazard. The burn is scheduled for ignition between October 29, 2020 and February 15, 2021.Read More
While the Restricted Fire Zone (RFZ) has been lifted, minimizing wildland fires in Ontario continues to be a priority for us – and we are seeking your support. Preventing human-caused fires is everybody’s responsibility. We know we can count on you to help reduce fire hazards and ensure the health and safety of our staff and communities across the province during this wildland fire season.Read More
Indigenous students in Ontario may be eligible for financial assistance through Indspire's Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries, Scholarships and Awards (BBF) program to assist them with their post-secondary education.Read More
Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry are planning their 2020-2021 aerial herbicide spraying. They anticipate spray application to commence as early as August 1, 2020 for the following forests.
Dog River-Matawin, Black Spruce, Lakehead, Magpie and Nagagami Forest, to see a map of the area please see below.Read More
March 22, 2020
Over the last several weeks, we have been closely monitoring the evolving COVID-19 health situation and have been working to ensure that we are keeping the health of RSMIN staff and citizens the focus of every decision we make. The situation has been very fluid and has been changing daily.
As a result, effective March 21, 2020, our staff will be working remotely and our main office shall be closed until advisories and guidelines put out by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) as well as provincial and municipal public health authorities indicate that it is safe to return to face-to-face business as usual.
We would like to inform the community that during these changes, we are still available for communications online, by email, and by phone, and are operational during normal business hours.
We would like to express our deepest appreciation to the community for doing their best to assist their local health care providers and not overwhelming our shared health resources. And for helping your neighbours and those in need. These trying times, but together we shall prevail.
For more information about COVID-19 please see the following links:
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The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) is planning to pave the shoulder of Hwy 17 between Marathon and Nipigon during the 2020 construction season. The activities may cause some detours and travelling delays but is not expected to have impacts to fish or wildlife.Read More
Congradulations to Nicole Nummikoski and Rhett Zurkan.Read More