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Sioux Lookout Gains Airport Expansion

Sioux Lookout
SIOUX LOOKOUT – Residents of Sioux Lookout will benefit from Municipal Airport Terminal Building expansion and renovation thanks to...

Heat Warnings Still in Effect for Northwestern Ontario – July 28 2015

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THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – There are heat warnings in effect for much of Northern Ontario again today for...

Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day on First Nations Issues

Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day with Autumn at the Kam River Park in Thunder Bay
Raising Profile of First Nations Issues Key for Ontario Regional Chief THUNDER BAY – Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day...

Small Business Success in Gastronomy in Thunder Bay

Red Lion Steakhouse
THUNDER BAY – Business – The best food comes from the best ingredients, and foodies – people of a...

Barefoot Explorer Visits Northern Ontario Communities

Barefoot Explorer Visits Northern Communities
SACHIGO LAKE – In April Florian Gomet flew to Canada from France to start his exploration of the great...

The Wanderings of Oisin

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THUNDER BAY – LIVING – A story might start from many places. This one is woven from a summer’s re-reading...

‘Bee soup’ could help understand declines and test remedies

"Every third mouthful of food you eat is because a honeybee was involved. Saving Bees is key to humanity's future on this planet.
THUNDER BAY – TECH – Declining bee populations are a serious issue that is related to a number of...

Don Rusnak Attacks Conservatives over Fair Election Act

Don Rusnak addressing Liberal members at Nomination Meeting in Thunder Bay
THUNDER BAY – “Last year, the Conservatives ran roughshod over Canadians’ democratic rights by passing amendments to the Fair Election...

Former Montreal Expo Pedro Martinez Pitches his way into the Hall of Fame

Pedro Martinez
BOSTON – SPORTS – When Pedro Martinez, age 43, went into Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame on Sunday...

Pizza Toppings? Sausage, Pepperoni, Brocoli or Caribou?

The pizza toppings you choose impact the food industry
THUNDER BAY – What is your favourite toppings on a pizza? Those choices are impacting the food and restaurant business. Whether restaurant customers have the option to add sausage or broccoli to their pizzas or make healthier substitutions to their...

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Kenora OPP Arrest Man for Assault on Resident

KENORA – The OPP in Kenora report, a Kenora man has been arrested after allegedly assaulting a 56-year-old Kenora man. The Kenora Ontario Provincial Police, state that twenty-five-year-old Ethan Copenace of Kenora was charged with assault. He appeared in Kenora Ontario court July 29 and was held in custody. On July 28, at about 9:30 p.m., […]


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First Nations Youth Participate in an Archaeological Dig as part of the Youth Employment Programs at Confederation and Lakehead.​

First Nations Resources Program a Shared Education Project

THUNDER BAY – EDUCATION – The First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program (FNNRYEP) has more than 55 participants learning about archaeology, geography, dendrology, sustainable energy sources, entrepreneurship, aboriginal mentorship and more this week during a Science Camp at Confederation College and Lakehead University. Since 2000, Outland Camps has partnered with Confederation College to offer […]


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Sioux Lookout

Sioux Lookout Gains Airport Expansion

SIOUX LOOKOUT – Residents of Sioux Lookout will benefit from Municipal Airport Terminal Building expansion and renovation thanks to joint funding from the Governments of Canada and Ontario through the Small Communities Fund. The growing importance of air transportation in Northwestern Ontario is fuelling greater demand on the region’s airports. This project involves the expansion […]


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The Wanderings of Oisin

THUNDER BAY – LIVING – A story might start from many places. This one is woven from a summer’s re-reading of The Wanderings of Oisin (pronounced: 0-shean) a legend of ancient times. As I was fortunate in getting to Chicago’s Crossroads of Ireland Art exhibition, this winter, it was there where the Celtic hero Oisin caught my […]


Posted 30 July 2015 by in Arts Now
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Oshki Graduation celebration at Goldcorp Musselwhite Mine

Oshki Graduates Celebrate at Goldcorp Musselwhite Mine

Musselwhite Mine – Business – Graduates from the Oshki mining program celebrated a first today at the Musselwhite mine. Students were the first class of mining students who took their program at a working mine. The Aboriginal Mining and Skilled Trades Entry Project (AMSTEP) brought together a group of partners to graduate students and get […]


Posted 30 July 2015 by in Business
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Trip to China Postponed

Trip to China Postponed for Now

THuNDER BAY – Plans to send a contingent of Aboriginal youth to Jiaozou, China is being postponed until sufficient funds to sponsor the youth can be raised. “Unfortunately, the time frame we had to fundraise to cover the total cost of this trip was not long enough and we have not had the sponsorship support […]


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