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CN Rail Not a Good Corporate Citizen – Mayor Keith Hobbs

Mayor Keith Hobbs states that "CN is not a good corporate citizen".
CN Rail Proposal on James Street Bridge Rejected THUNDER BAY - The City of Thunder Bay has rejected an...

Weather Update – Rain Continues in Thunder Bay Region

Weather Radar July 22 2014
THUNDER BAY – WEATHER - The Thunder Bay Airport reported 39 millimetres within a 25 minute period as a...

Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Team Win Bronze Medal

Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Team
Ontario Regional Chief Congratulates Team TORONTO – Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy Congratulates the Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Team representing...

New Bridge Over St. Lawrence River Announced

"I am pleased to announce this important phase of the new bridge for the St. Lawrence corridor project-one that will ensure the bridge is built to last 125 years, will be a source of pride for the population, and will deliver value for money for Canadians."
Feds Set Funds in for New Champlain Bridge MONTREAL – NEWS – TRANSPORTATION – “I am pleased to announce...

Camp Quality Blog – Day Six 2014

The entire team at Camp Quality 2014
THUNDER BAY – LIVING - It was a bittersweet Day Five at Camp Quality Northwestern Ontario because although it...

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Swings to the Top

Movie Night
Summer Movie Scene Strong HOLLYWOOD – ENTERTAINMENT - The box office chart has spoken loud and clear. “Dawn of...

Lack of Transparency in Digital Government Surveillance – UN

Digital commerce
GENEVA – TECHNOLOGY - Top United Nations human rights officials today warns of the “disturbing” lack of transparency in...

Canada Depends on CBC – Bruce Hyer

Don Edwards at the CBC Thunder Bay Studios
THUNDER BAY – POLITICS Canada depends on public broadcasting to reach remote communities across our vast country. With little...

PGA TOUR Sets Up for Canadian Open in Montreal

Q-School at the PGA TOUR Canada British Columbia
Strong Field Getting Set for Canadian Open MONTREAL – PGA TOUR – The RBC Canadian Open marks the 37th...

Patients Choose Resucitation Preferences at Thunder Bay Regional

Health News
THUNDER BAY – HEALTH -  A new policy announced today at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) gives patients greater control over the level of resuscitation they receive in the event of a cardiac or respiratory arrest or...

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Thunder Bay Fire Rescue is on scene for a call at the Roy Building on Victoria Avenue East

Thunder Bay Fire Rescue at Roy Building

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Fire Rescue is on scene at the Roy Building on Victoria Avenue East. Crews were called out when a fire alarm went off this morning. Right now there is no smoke, but the alarm is still ringing. Crews are contacting the building owner. The Roy Building has been recently renovated, […]


Posted 22 July 2014 by in Featured
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Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce has released a report that hits hard at the hit tax rate in Thunder Bay.

Councillors Vote to Wait on Noise By-law Concern

THUNDER BAY – City Council heard from Robert Rickards last night during the Council Meeting at City Hall. Rickards told Council and Administration that the noise from the Canadian Lakehead Exhibition is impacting his health and his enjoyment of his home. Rickards also explained that the low frequency, bass sounds coming from the new trampoline […]


Posted 22 July 2014 by in News
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Weather Radar July 22 2014

Weather Update – Rain Continues in Thunder Bay Region

THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – The Thunder Bay Airport reported 39 millimetres within a 25 minute period as a heavy thunderstorm boomed through Thunder Bay this morning. The Severe Thunderstorm warnings for Thunder Bay have ended as of 05:00AM EDT. That has not ended the weather issues across the region. Severe thunderstorm warning in effect […]


Posted 22 July 2014 by in Featured
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Forest Fire Update

Wild Fire Update for Northwestern Ontario

THUNDER BAY – There are 464 personnel from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry on assignment in Alberta (108), BritishColumbia (223), Parks Canada – Alberta (13) and the Northwest Territories (120) to assist in forest fire management efforts. These personnel are from Aviation, Forest Fire and Emergency Services bases across the province and […]


Posted 22 July 2014 by in News
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