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Heroic Firefighters, Police Officers Receive Top Honours

An incredible fire broke out on the James Street Swing Bridge connecting Thunder Bay to Fort William First Nation at around 7 p.m. today.
Lieutenant Governor Presents Medals for Bravery TORONTO – NEWS – Sixteen firefighters and six police officers are receiving Ontario’s...

Saturday – Winter Storm in Thunder Bay Forecast

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THUNDER BAY – Weather - Northwestern Ontario is due for some snow. That is the message from Environment Canada...

Nishnawbe-Aski Legal Services Launch Gladue Report Program

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Legal Aid Ontario – Aneurin Thomas THUNDER BAY - Nishnawbe-Aski Legal Services Corporation (NALSC) have launched a Gladue report...

Ontario’s economy lurches from disaster to disaster – Livio Di Matteo

Lakehead University Professor Livio Di Matteo Reports on Economy
THUNDER BAY, ON – ECONOMICS - Ontario’s economic prospects have declined, with implications – despite Finance Minister Sousa’s insistence...

HAGI Set for 39th Annual General Meeting

Moving Forward in Thunder Bay
THUNDER BAY – HAGI Community Services for Independence will be holding their 39th Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, December...

A Christmas Carol – December at Fort William Historical Park

Rogue Productions is hosting "A Christmas Carol" at Fort William Historical Park
THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – To celebrate the holiday season, Rogue Productions presents its popular annual production of Charles...

The Phablet Effect: Why It’s Better For Gaming

Online Gaming on a Smartphone
NEW YORK – TECH - When one in five people across the globe own a smartphone, it’s going to...

NAN Seeks Sioux Lookout to Support Murdered and Missing Women

NAN Deputy Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler
THUNDER BAY - Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Deputy Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler is urging Sioux Lookout municipal council to...

Soccer Great Pelé in Hospital

Brazil President Lula and Pelé in commemoration for 50 years since the first World Cup title won by Brazil in 1958, at the Palácio do Planalto, 2008
74 Year Old Soccer Super Star Pelé Suffering from Infection SAO PAULO – BRAZIL – Brazilian soccer great Pelé has been...

A Conversation about Men’s Health with Dr. Stewart Kennedy

Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre adds new access for patient drop-off
THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – Talking about men’s health issues has never been part of day-to-day conversation, and this has to change. During November, which has been groomed into the moustache growing month known as ‘Movember’, men are encouraged...

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Lakehead University Professor Livio Di Matteo Reports on Economy

Ontario’s economy lurches from disaster to disaster – Livio Di Matteo

THUNDER BAY, ON – ECONOMICS – Ontario’s economic prospects have declined, with implications – despite Finance Minister Sousa’s insistence he can balance the budget – for both its future standard of living and its fiscal position. Although employment, fueled by a lower dollar, has rebounded, the province’s economic fall from grace over the last two […]


Posted 28 November 2014 by in Business
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(from left to right) Christine Penner Polle, Dr. Mark Polle, Senator Marie-P Charette-Poulin, and CCL National Manager Cathy Orlando met in Ottawa to discuss a revenue-neutral carbon dividend proposal.

Red Lakers in Ottawa to discuss climate solutions

Climate Solutions Top Talks in Ottawa RED LAKE – OTTAWA – CLIMATE – Is it possible to solve the climate crisis without hurting the economy? That is the question that five members of Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) Red Lake were in Ottawa recently to address. They joined Canadians from Vancouver Island to Quebec who travelled […]


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Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute

Medical Research Jobs Created in Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – Ontario is supporting medical research that will lead to improved care for patients while creating jobs in Thunder Bay. “By investing in these research projects, our government is further strengthening Thunder Bay as an important centre for advanced health care research in Ontario,” commented Michael Gravelle, Minister of Northern Development and Mines and […]


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Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre adds new access for patient drop-off

A Conversation about Men’s Health with Dr. Stewart Kennedy

THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – Talking about men’s health issues has never been part of day-to-day conversation, and this has to change. During November, which has been groomed into the moustache growing month known as ‘Movember’, men are encouraged to learn and talk about men’s health issues. We asked medical expert, Dr. Stewart Kennedy, family […]


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Moving Forward in Thunder Bay

HAGI Set for 39th Annual General Meeting

THUNDER BAY – HAGI Community Services for Independence will be holding their 39th Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, December 3, 2014, at the Italian Cultural Centre (132 Algoma Street South) beginning at 11:30AM. Bill Adair, Chief Executive Officer of Spinal Cord Injury Ontario will present the Keynote Address, “Next Steps To Advancing Inclusivity in Thunder […]


Posted 28 November 2014 by in Living
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Weather Alert

Saturday – Winter Storm in Thunder Bay Forecast

THUNDER BAY – Weather – Northwestern Ontario is due for some snow. That is the message from Environment Canada who have issued a special weather statement. The weather service reports, “A low pressure system developing over the Rockies will head east and track across Northern Ontario Saturday. A southwest flow ahead of this system will […]


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