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Homicide Suspect Named, Crime Update from Thunder Bay Police

Thunder Bay Crime Report
Crime Updates from Thunder Bay Police THUNDER BAY – CRIME – Thunder Bay Police report that twenty-two-year old Jeffrey...

Wildfires Roar Across Southern United States

NASA Wildfires Southern United States
Wildfires Rage in Southern United States In this image taken by the Aqua satellite of the southern United States...

Regional Chief Calls for Community Support

Ontario Regional Chief Beardy
THUNDER BAY – ANISHINABEK - Ontario Regional Chief Beardy is calling upon all communities in Ontario to stand with...

NOHFC Youth Internship Grants Announced

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THUNDER BAY –  BUSINESS – “Our government recognizes that young people are one of the North’s most precious resources and...

The Wedding Show at the Valhalla Inn

Chamber of Commerce
Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce Wedding Show THUNDER BAY – LIVING - On November 2nd at the Valhalla Inn,...

CBC – More Cuts Coming For Employees

More job cuts are reportedly coming at CBC
THUNDER BAY - If you are a fan of CBC it is looking like there are more cuts coming...

Northern Genetic Variant Impacts Life Today

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THUNDER BAY – MEDICAL RESEARCH - People in Northern climates have shifted over the past two hundred years from...

Jim Mauro Concerned over Crime and Child Welfare in Northwood

Jim Mauro is running in Northwood for a seat on Thunder Bay City Council
Jim Mauro Concerned About Crime in Northwood THUNDER BAY – POLITICS – Jim Mauro is running in a very...

Dryden Ice Dogs Announce Trades

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DRYDEN = SPORTS - The club has traded forward Hank Bouchard and newly acquired defenceman Mark Dryer to the...

Ebola Virus Fight Continues in Sierra Leone and Liberia

This ship in Las Palmas, Spain, is being loaded with WFP supplies and 1,920 metric tons of USAID-donated commodities and headed for Ebola response operations in Guinea. Photo: WFP/Enrique Pulido
Food aid for Ebola Virus hit Sierra Leone NEW YORK – UN HEADQUARTERS - The United Nations and Governments of countries at the forefront of efforts to turn back the unfolding Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa have agreed...

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More job cuts are reportedly coming at CBC

CBC – More Cuts Coming For Employees

THUNDER BAY – If you are a fan of CBC it is looking like there are more cuts coming at your favourite source for news and entertainment. CBC will lose another 400 jobs by the end of March 2015. These cuts to workers will bring the total number of jobs cut at Canadian Broadcasting Corporation […]


Posted 25 October 2014 by in Entertainment
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Chamber of Commerce

The Wedding Show at the Valhalla Inn

Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce Wedding Show THUNDER BAY – LIVING – On November 2nd at the Valhalla Inn, the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is hosting the Wedding Show. Nancy Milani from the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce talks about the show and shares some of the exciting attractions that make this Chamber event […]


Posted 24 October 2014 by in Featured
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NOHFC Youth Internship Grants Announced

THUNDER BAY –  BUSINESS – “Our government recognizes that young people are one of the North’s most precious resources and the NOHFC is committed to helping them find job placements and build strong careers here in the Northwest and in communities across our great region,” share Michael Gravelle, Minister of Northern Development and Mines and Chair of the Northern Ontario […]


Posted 24 October 2014 by in Business
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Creating sustainability out of waste could have massive impact in Northern Canada

Producing Sustainability Out of Waste

THUNDER BAY – TECHNOLOGY – Shifting focus to sustainability means looking at new ways of doing things. Martín Olazar, a UPV/EHU chemical engineer, has designed a fundamental process for producing alternatives to petroleum in sustainable refineries. As Olazar himself pointed out, one of the unavoidable conditions of the process is not to harm the environment. […]


Posted 24 October 2014 by in Business
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