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NAN Grand Chief Addresses Mayor Hobbs

Nishnawbe Aski Grand Chief Yesno and Thunder Bay Mayor Hobbs
NAN – We have Worked with the City THUNDER BAY – NEWS - Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief...

A Summer of Extreme Weather

Clouds coming into Thunder Bay from Lake Superior
Kamloops Flash Flooding KAMLOOPS – They were calling it a ‘Monsoon’. Kamloops British Columbia is usually dry and arid...

Camp Loon 2014 – Success On All Counts

Camp Loon 2014 a Success
Learning, Safety and Fun Build Junior Canadian Rangers THUNDER BAY -  Camp Loon 2014 was “a very successful camp...

De Beers Shifts Diamond Allocations

diamonds De Beers, Attawapiskat
Changes in Diamond Allocations THUNDER BAY – MINING - De Beers Canada operates the Victor Diamond Mine in Northern...

Cross Canada Trek Nears Thunder Bay

into no mans land headed to Thunder Bay on cross Canada trek
Former Canadian Soldiers Raise PTSD Awareness THUNDER BAY – LIVING - Three former Canadian soldiers and veterans of the...

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Swings to the Top

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Summer Movie Scene Strong HOLLYWOOD – ENTERTAINMENT - The box office chart has spoken loud and clear. “Dawn of...

Lack of Transparency in Digital Government Surveillance – UN

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GENEVA – TECHNOLOGY - Top United Nations human rights officials today warns of the “disturbing” lack of transparency in...

Mothers and Families Deserve Answers – Sarah Campbell

Bill Mauro Kenora Queen's Park - NAN Sarah Campbell
Northern Jury Issues at Queens Park QUEENS PARK – POLITICS – Kenora MPP Sarah Campbell, the NDP Critic for...

South Division Wins the 2014 Northwoods League All-Star Game

Solid Northwoods League action during the North South All-Star Game
Alonso Home Run the Difference in 3-0 Win Rochester, Minn. — On Tuesday, July 22, 2014 college baseball’s best...

A Good Night’s Sleep Key for Health

A good night's sleep
THUNDER BAY – HEALTH - A good night’s sleep is a key to having a good day. Not getting enough sleep may increase the likelihood of forming false memories, according to research published in Psychological Science, a journal of...

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into no mans land headed to Thunder Bay on cross Canada trek

Cross Canada Trek Nears Thunder Bay

Former Canadian Soldiers Raise PTSD Awareness THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Three former Canadian soldiers and veterans of the Croatian peacekeeping mission are currently walking across Canada to bring awareness to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The march consists of 32km forest marched (military hiked) distances each day augmented with periodic short drives. Steve Hartwig […]


Posted 24 July 2014 by in Featured
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Clouds coming into Thunder Bay from Lake Superior

A Summer of Extreme Weather

Kamloops Flash Flooding KAMLOOPS – They were calling it a ‘Monsoon’. Kamloops British Columbia is usually dry and arid in the summer. Yesterday a major rainstorm dropped a massive 22 mm of rain in under an hour. The rain caused flash flooding, and turned roadways into mini rivers. Weather across Canada this summer has set […]


Posted 24 July 2014 by in Featured
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Magma under our feet

Magma Hiding Under Our Feet?

THUNDER BAY – TECHNOLOGY – Molten rock (or magma) has a strong influence on our planet and its inhabitants, causing destructive volcanic eruptions and generating some of the giant mineral deposits. Our understanding of these phenomena is, however, limited by the fact that most magma cools and solidifies several kilometres beneath our feet, only to […]


Posted 24 July 2014 by in Featured
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A good night's sleep

A Good Night’s Sleep Key for Health

THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – A good night’s sleep is a key to having a good day. Not getting enough sleep may increase the likelihood of forming false memories, according to research published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. In a study conducted by psychological scientist Steven J. Frenda of […]


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Camp Loon 2014 a Success

Camp Loon 2014 – Success On All Counts

Learning, Safety and Fun Build Junior Canadian Rangers THUNDER BAY -  Camp Loon 2014 was “a very successful camp this year,” according to Captain Caryl Fletcher, the army officer commanding the Junior Canadian Rangers in the Far North of Ontario. The annual camp, in the bush north of Geraldton, provided eight days of advanced training […]


Posted 23 July 2014 by in Anishinabek
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Nishnawbe Aski Grand Chief Yesno and Thunder Bay Mayor Hobbs

NAN Grand Chief Addresses Mayor Hobbs

NAN – We have Worked with the City THUNDER BAY – NEWS – Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Harvey Yesno, on behalf of the Executive Council, has issued the following statement following comments by City of Thunder Bay Mayor Keith Hobbs in a recent media report regarding acts of violence within the City:“We were […]


Posted 23 July 2014 by in Featured
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FNNRYEP Participant Lights It Up With a Bicycle Generator

First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program Exposes Students to Careers in Natural Resources

THUNDER BAY – ANISHINABEK – Thirty participants of the First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program (FNNRYEP) will be learning about sustainable energy sources as part of their Natural Resources Science Camp training on-site at Confederation College this week. A partnership between Outland Camps and Confederation College, FNNRYEP has provided employment and learning opportunities for […]


Posted 23 July 2014 by in Anishinabek
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OPP Tactical Unit on Fort William First Nation

Manhunt on Fort William First Nation

Breaking Story… THUNDER BAY – Members of the Ontario Provincial Police were involved in an incident on Fort William First Nation this afternoon. The Tactical Unit along with the Canine Unit were involved in what sources are saying was a manhunt. A brief manhunt followed and police took the suspect a male into custody. The […]


Posted 23 July 2014 by in CrimeBeat
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