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MINING: Plan to move mining recorders office from Red Lake brings opposition 
NewspapersText  "MINING: Plan to move mining recorders office from Red Lake brings opposition," Porcupine Advance, 6 May 1926, Section 2, p. 2 
TIMMINS, NOAH A. - Interested in Red Lake District 
NewspapersText  "TIMMINS, NOAH A. - Interested in Red Lake District," Porcupine Advance, 22 Jul 1926, p. 8 
PIGEON, DOREEN - Two-year-old drowned in Red Lake; parents paddle 160 miles to Timmins 
NewspapersText  "PIGEON, DOREEN - Two-year-old drowned in Red Lake; parents paddle 160 miles to Timmins," Porcupine Advance, 24 Oct 1929, p. 1  See also: Card of Thanks, October 24, 1929 P.4; In Memoriam, October 16, 1930, P.4
Gravel Trucks Arrive At Pakwash Bay By Scow 
Image  1946  The method of transport used in the construction of the highway to Red Lake was by 'scow'. This lake barge carried trucks from Sioux Lookout to Ear Falls. Trucks were driven off one scow and loaded onto another scow to take them to English River. Before the highway, water transportation was the...
Hauling Gravel For The Road To Red Lake (1946) 
Image  1946  Gravel trucks owned by Morris Waywenko at one of the many gravel pits used to provide fill for the road to Red Lake.
Building the road to Red Lake 
Image    Heavy equipment such as those shown in this picture had to be floated in by scow before they could begin the task of road building. Here, a gravel truck is being loaded at one of the gravel pits near Red Lake.
American angler drowns 
Newspapers  "American angler drowns," Chronicle-Journal, 31 May 2011, A5  American fisherman ; Robert D. Glick,58 ; victim of drowning ; Red Lake ; OPP search continues ; missing Illinois man ; capsized boat ; Lake of the Woods full text available on microfilm
College adds a campus : Red Lake part of Confederation map 
Newspapers  "College adds a campus : Red Lake part of Confederation map," Chronicle-Journal, 3 Jun 2011, A1  Thunder Bay ; Confederation College ; new campus ; Red Lake full text available on microfilm
Public school recognized as EcoSchool 
Newspapers  "Public school recognized as EcoSchool," Chronicle-Journal, 11 Jun 2011, A4  Keewatin-Patricia District School Board ; Red Lake ; Golden Learning Centre Public School ; Ontario EcoSchools Certification status ; photo full text available on microfilm
Exhibits a must see 
Newspapers  "Exhibits a must see," Chronicle-Journal, 11 Jun 2011, A5  new exhibits ; Red Lake Regional Heritage Centre ; photo full text available on microfilm
Red Lake woman dies in hospital 
Newspapers  "Red Lake woman dies in hospital," Chronicle-Journal, 15 Jul 2011, A3  46 year old Pikangikum First Nation woman ; dies in hospital ; found injured and unconscious ; Red Lake street ; name not released pending notification of family members full text available on microfilm
2 people die in crash 
Newspapers  "2 people die in crash," Chronicle-Journal, 16 Jul 2011, A3  Red Lake ; provincial police investigation ; fatal pickup rollover ; Nungessor Road ; man and woman ; Pikangikum First Nation ; dead ; two survivors full text available on microfilm
Fatal crash involved alcohol 
Newspapers  "Fatal crash involved alcohol," Chronicle-Journal, 19 Jul 2011, A5  charges pending ; Pikangikum First Nation man ; pick-up truck rollover ; Nungesser Road ; passengers ; Kevin G. Suggashie,39 ; Ibena Suggashie,37 ; dead at the scene ; Rexana Peters,33 ; minor injuries ; driver ; Bernie K. Peters,36 ; hospital full text available on microfilm
Red Lake death investigated 
Newspapers  "Red Lake death investigated," Chronicle-Journal, 19 Jul 2011, A5  Red Lake ; provincial police ; investigation ; death ; Pikangikum First Nation woman ; body found on street ; unconscious and unresponsive ; died ; hospital ; two days later ; Bertha Quill,46 full text available on microfilm
Red Lake airport getting safety upgrades 
Newspapers  "Red Lake airport getting safety upgrades," Chronicle-Journal, 23 Jul 2011, A4  federal government funding ; safety upgrades ; Red Lake Airport full text available on microfilm
Pipeline gets nod from OEB : Red Lake to finally get natural gas service 
Newspapers  "Pipeline gets nod from OEB : Red Lake to finally get natural gas service," Chronicle-Journal, 27 Jul 2011, A1  construction ; natural gas pipeline ; Red Lake from Ear Falls ; approved ; Ontario Energy Board full text available on microfilm
Man's body recovered 
Newspapers  "Man's body recovered," Chronicle-Journal, 13 Sep 2011, A3  provincial police ; recover body ; 24 year old David Delaney of McKenzie Island ; Bruce Channel of Red Lake full text available on microfilm
New airport opens : $7.7 million spent on Red Lake project 
Newspapers  "New airport opens : $7.7 million spent on Red Lake project," Chronicle-Journal, 28 Oct 2011, A3  grand opening ; new terminal and upgrades ; Red Lake Airport ; photo full text available on microfilm
Cabins at Pakwash Bay 
Image  1946  A view from across Pakwash Bay of the sleeping quarters of the Red Lake road builders. These cabins had log walls and canvas roofs.
Red Lake OPP officer suspended 
Newspapers  "Red Lake OPP officer suspended," Chronicle-Journal, 17 Nov 2011, A1  member ; Red Lake provincial police detachment ; suspended ; allegations ; person in custody ; taken several kilometres out of town and released ; investigation continues full text available on microfilm
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