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Guardian Angels Greeted Warmly in Fort William Business District

Guardian Angels - There is Love Here
THUNDER BAY - The Guardian Angels were out in the downtown Fort William Business District on Friday afternoon. The...

March Heads Out Roaring Like a Lion

The weather outside is far cooler than the heat inside Thunder Bay City Hall after last night's meeting on the Event Centre
THUNDER BAY – WEATHER - March appears headed out like the proverbial lion. For Thunder Bay the forecast is...

Ontario Regional Chief – No Meaningful Consultations on C-51

Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy
THUNDER BAY - Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy has written an open letter to Prime Minister Harper. Here is...

Aroland, Eabametoong. and Marten Falls First Nations Move Forward With Forestry Agreement

Aroland Chief Sonny Gagnon, Chief Elizabeth Atlookan and Marten Falls Interim Chief Bruce Achneepineskum
The First Nations are united in their position for forest tenure and economic initiatives in forestry THUNDER BAY ON...

Ontario Cranberries are the Ticket

Ontario Cranberries
Cranberries Offer Taste and Health THUNDER BAY – Cranberries have gone from a can of sauce at Thanksgiving and...

Which Marketing Direction will PokerStars go in next?

Seattle Seahawks kicking a field goal during the Super Bowl XLVIII vs. Denver Broncos Photo - MichelinStar
THUNDER BAY – TECH - One of last summer’s biggest iGaming acquisitions had industry representatives going mad and economists...

Tbaytel onto New 4G LTE Network

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THUNDER BAY – Tbaytel is pleased to provide its customers with the next step in the evolution of wireless technology...

Truth is the First Casualty of War – John Rafferty MP

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OTTAWA – POLITICS - They say that “the truth the first casualty of war,” but our new Defense Minister...

Cross Country Ski Nationals Wrap Up in Thunder Bay

OPEN WOMEN LEAD PACK, ANDREA DUPONT (269) DARHIA BEATTY (267) EMILY NISKIKAWA (269) CENDRINE BROWNE (266)
THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – The last day of the Haywood 2015 Ski Nationals wrapped up on a high note...

Women and Girls Gain Super Powers in TV and Movies

Girls gaining real life super powers in Thunder Bay at the RMYC
TV and Movies to Real Life Girl Power THUNDER BAY – Women are gaining on television and movies with growing ‘Super Power’ roles. Female characters portrayed in two popular TV shows not only are competing for powerful ratings (and...

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Kashechewan Faces Risk from Flood Waters

OTTAWA – Charlie Angus says, “The families of the isolated fly-in community of Kashechewan are living in a level of ‘intolerable risk’ from the deteriorating condition of a dike wall that surrounds their village”. This assessment was contained in a new engineering report that shows that residents face real danger as another season of flooding […]


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Aroland Chief Sonny Gagnon, Chief Elizabeth Atlookan and Marten Falls Interim Chief Bruce Achneepineskum

Aroland, Eabametoong. and Marten Falls First Nations Move Forward With Forestry Agreement

The First Nations are united in their position for forest tenure and economic initiatives in forestry THUNDER BAY ON – The First Nations of Aroland, Eabametoong and Marten Falls have agreed to move forward together with forest tenure and forestry related economic development within their traditional homelands with the signing of a co-operation agreement. The […]


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Students were finding out about career opportunities at the Noront Resources Booth

Noront Resources Seeks Talks with First Nations and Government

Noront Resources Looking to Move Holistically with First Nations THUNDER BAY – MINING – Noront Resources CEO and President Al Coutts shares details on the company’s purchase of Cliffs Natural Resources properties in the Ring of Fire in Northwestern Ontario. Noront Resources, Coutts explains has gone through a “game changing” process from being one of […]


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Girls gaining real life super powers in Thunder Bay at the RMYC

Women and Girls Gain Super Powers in TV and Movies

TV and Movies to Real Life Girl Power THUNDER BAY – Women are gaining on television and movies with growing ‘Super Power’ roles. Female characters portrayed in two popular TV shows not only are competing for powerful ratings (and advertising dollars) among the networks, but also are exemplifying how women are gaining equality in superhero […]


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Ontario Cranberries

Ontario Cranberries are the Ticket

Cranberries Offer Taste and Health THUNDER BAY – Cranberries have gone from a can of sauce at Thanksgiving and Christmas to a tasty treat that can be enjoyed in a number of ways year-. From dried cranberries as a snack, to fresh made cranberry sauce, to juice, the options are great and growing. Bala is […]


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The weather outside is far cooler than the heat inside Thunder Bay City Hall after last night's meeting on the Event Centre

March Heads Out Roaring Like a Lion

THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – March appears headed out like the proverbial lion. For Thunder Bay the forecast is calling for cold winter-like wind chills this morning. While it will be clear and sunny, with winds up to 15 km/h the wind chill this morning will make it feel like minus 25c. The high today […]


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