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Update on Thunder Bay Flood Class Action Lawsuit

Working to unify Thunder Bay would help build the city stronger
THUNDER BAY – NEWS – The claimants have recently agreed to discontinue a second Flood Class Action against the...

Climate Change is Increasing the Severity of Fires this Summer

Ontario FireRangers are in Jasper National Park, supporting efforts of Parks Canada to contain a wildfire. Photo courtesy of Parks Canada Rogier Gruys
A Summer of Fire, Smoke, Ash and Climate Change QUATHIASKI COVE, BC – CLIMATE – Wildfires are ripping across...

AFN Chief Bellegarde Supportive of NDP Announcement on Violence Against Women and Girls

Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde - Photo by Annie Wenjack
OTTAWA – NEWS – Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde says that the announcement by Leader...

Noront Resources Appoints Sybil Veenman to Board of Directors

The mining world is global. ActLabs in Thunder Bay tests mineral samples from around the region and around the world
THUNDER BAY – MINING – Noront Resources Ltd. (“Noront”) (TSX VENTURE: NOT) is pleased to announce the appointment of Sybil...

VarageSale Excited to Set Up New Thunder Bay Community

VerageSale Chief Mom, Tami Zuckerman
THUNDER BAY – Today, many people are seeking to simplify their lives and get rid of some of their pre-loved...

Fort William Street Fair – Ready for September 12th 2015

Smiles were the rule of the day. Photo by Jamie Bannish
THUNDER BAY – Downtown Fort William will  celebrate the annual Street Fair on September 12th 2015. Event organizers promise,...

Americans United in Desire for Police to Wear Body Cameras – Poll

Body Cameras on Police
ATLANTA, GA – TECH – In a time of deep partisan divide, no other issue has united Americans like...

Thunder Bay City Council Defers Vote on Energy East Pipeline

Rally at Thunder Bay City Hall opposing Energy East Pipeline was attended by over 150 people
THUNDER BAY – POLITICS – The bid to have Thunder Bay City Council formally oppose the proposed Energy East...

Lakehead University Thunderwolves Basketball Coaches Sign Multi-Year Contracts

Lakehead University Men's Basketball team
Tom Warden retains women’s and men’s basketball coaches Kreiner and Furtado THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – Lakehead Athletics Director...

Cut Smoking by Raising Wages – Economic Study

The latest research shows the health risk, and life risk of smoking
SACRAMENTO Calif – LIVING – In addition to restricting when and where tobacco is used at work, UC Davis Health System research shows that employers can do something else to reduce smoking: raise wages. Published in the August issue...

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Ontario FireRangers are in Jasper National Park, supporting efforts of Parks Canada to contain a wildfire. Photo courtesy of Parks Canada Rogier Gruys

Climate Change is Increasing the Severity of Fires this Summer

A Summer of Fire, Smoke, Ash and Climate Change QUATHIASKI COVE, BC – CLIMATE – Wildfires are ripping across California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia and Alaska during this summer of 2015, the result of unprecedented droughts and record temperatures. Millions of hectares are being burned, along with hundreds of homes. Fire-fighting costs are multiplying, the […]


Posted 1 September 2015 by in Featured
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The latest research shows the health risk, and life risk of smoking

Cut Smoking by Raising Wages – Economic Study

SACRAMENTO Calif – LIVING – In addition to restricting when and where tobacco is used at work, UC Davis Health System research shows that employers can do something else to reduce smoking: raise wages. Published in the August issue of the Annals of Epidemiology, the study found that a 10 percent increase in wages leads […]


Posted 1 September 2015 by in Featured
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Working to unify Thunder Bay would help build the city stronger

Update on Thunder Bay Flood Class Action Lawsuit

THUNDER BAY – NEWS – The claimants have recently agreed to discontinue a second Flood Class Action against the City, which started about two years after the initial action. Both actions arose out of the May 28, 2012 flood disaster. As a result, several of the allegations in the second claim have now been incorporated […]


Posted 1 September 2015 by in Featured
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Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde - Photo by Annie Wenjack

AFN Chief Bellegarde Supportive of NDP Announcement on Violence Against Women and Girls

OTTAWA – NEWS – Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde says that the announcement by Leader of the New Democratic Party Thomas Mulcair makes strides to address violence against Indigenous women and girls in Canada. “The NDP Leader’s commitments are consistent with the calls by First Nations leaders and families to protect, […]


Posted 1 September 2015 by in Anishinaabe
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Smiles were the rule of the day. Photo by Jamie Bannish

Fort William Street Fair – Ready for September 12th 2015

THUNDER BAY – Downtown Fort William will  celebrate the annual Street Fair on September 12th 2015. Event organizers promise, “There will be food for all palates, entertainment, crafters, exhibitors, and much much more. “Join our local merchants with great specials at sidewalk sales located throughout the neighbourhood.” The Festival takes place on; Victoria Ave. from McKellar St. to May St. […]


Posted 31 August 2015 by in Entertainment
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