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Thunder Bay Police Raid Hell’s Angels Club House

Thunder Bay Police
THUNDER BAY - This morning the Thunder Bay Police Service performed a raid on the Hell’s Angels clubhouse in...

Beijing Marathon Shrouded in Heavy Smog

Beijing International Marathon runners with masks and sponges to combat smog
Imagine Running A Marathon In Heavy Smog Beijing – CLIMATE – Imagine running a full marathon in smog so...

Regional Chief Calls for Community Support

Ontario Regional Chief Beardy
THUNDER BAY – ANISHINABEK - Ontario Regional Chief Beardy is calling upon all communities in Ontario to stand with...

Finalizing Election Choices – Justin Frape

Thunder Bay City Hall and the plaza are in great shape in downtown Fort William
THUNDER BAY – OPINION - As the election approaches and I begin to finalize my candidate selections, I have to...

Exercise Improves Attitude and Marks

Biwaase’aa Youth Outreach Worker Kelvin Redsky – sharing Sweat Lodge teachings with St. Ann students
THUNDER BAY - Get up and move. For too many people sitting at a desk is followed by sitting...

Cliff Diving – English Double in World Series Final

Second placed Artem Silchenko (L) of Russia, event and 2014 World Series winner Gary Hunt (C) of the UK, and third placed David Colturi (R) of the USA celebrate with their trophies during the seventh and final stop of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series, Ik Kil cenote, Yucatan, Mexico on October 18th 2014. Photographer: Romina Amato
Gary Hunt Red Bull Cliff Diving World Champ YUCATAN MX – SPORTS – Gary Hunt won in Mexico and...

U.S. Air Force Lands Robotic X-37B Space Plane

X37B Space Plane
X-37B Space Plane Lands in California VANDENBURG AIR FORCE BASE – The U.S. military landed its X-37B robotic space...

Frank Pullia – Running at Large in Thunder Bay Civic Election

Frank Pullia is running for one of the five At Large Seats on Thunder Bay City Council
THUNDER BAY – CIVIC POLITICS - Frank Pullia is seeking to return to Thunder Bay City Council. Running for...

Lakehead finishes 1-2 at Redbird Classic

Lakehead Thunderwolves Fell in Basketball action in Waterloo to Wilfred Laurier
MONTREAL – SPORTS - The Lakehead University women’s basketball team were defeated, 82-64 by the Regina Cougars on Sunday...

Ebola Virus Fight Continues in Sierra Leone and Liberia

This ship in Las Palmas, Spain, is being loaded with WFP supplies and 1,920 metric tons of USAID-donated commodities and headed for Ebola response operations in Guinea. Photo: WFP/Enrique Pulido
Food aid for Ebola Virus hit Sierra Leone NEW YORK – UN HEADQUARTERS - The United Nations and Governments of countries at the forefront of efforts to turn back the unfolding Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa have agreed...

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Thunder Bay Police

Thunder Bay Police Raid Hell’s Angels Club House

THUNDER BAY – This morning the Thunder Bay Police Service performed a raid on the Hell’s Angels clubhouse in the city. Police report, “The TBPS Intelligence Unit and the Emergency Task Unit executed a search warrant this morning at the Hells Angels club house located at 636 ½ Simpson Street. “A tactical entry was made […]


Posted 22 October 2014 by in CrimeBeat
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Thunder Bay Chief of Police to be honoured in Ottawa

Break and Enter Halton Street in Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – Police in Thunder Bay report there was an apparent home invasion in the city overnight. Thunder Bay Police received a 911 call just after 6:30PM EDT on October 21, 2014 by a home owner who had just been assaulted by individuals who entered his Halton Street residence. The 18 year old male […]


Posted 22 October 2014 by in CrimeBeat
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There is a heavy police response at the National War Memorial in Ottawa

Canadian Soldier Shot in Ottawa at National War Memorial

OTTAWA – BREAKING NEWS – UPDATED – Ottawa RCMP are stating, “Citizens are advised to stay off rooftops and away from windows in the downtown core. Avoid downtown core”. There have been three reported shootings, one at Parliament Hill, on at the National War Memorial, and another at the Rideau Centre in downtown Ottawa. Minister […]


Posted 22 October 2014 by in Featured
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Thunder Bay City Council

McIntyre Ward Profile – Wesley Ramage

THUNDER BAY – CIVIC ELECTION – The race in the McInytre ward is a hot one. Wesley Ramage and Logan Ollivier are taking on incumbent Trever Giertuga. Wesley Ramage is a young man with a passion for Thunder Bay that shows in his efforts in his first political campaign. Issues that are of concern in […]


Posted 22 October 2014 by in Civic Politics
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Thunder Bay Police provide an update on the homicide on Marks Street North

Thunder Bay Police Update Marks Street Homicide

North Marks Street Homicide Update THUNDER BAY – CRIME NEWS – Thunder Bay Police advise that their investigation is into the murder of 51 year old Rene Sortolova of Thunder Bay. In a statement, Police say, “Mr. Sortolova’s death has been deemed a homicide following an autopsy examination which occurred Monday afternoon in Thunder Bay. […]


Posted 21 October 2014 by in CrimeBeat
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Thunder Bay Transit

Thunder Bay Transit Lift+ Strike Averted

Weekend Bargaining Sessions Result in Transit Settlement THUNDER BAY – There will not be a transit strike for the LIFT+ service. The City of Thunder Bay and the Amalgamated Transit Union have reached a memorandum of understanding that averts the threat of a strike. Both sides met through the weekend, and reached the agreement on […]


Posted 21 October 2014 by in Featured
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Frank Pullia has announced his candidacy for City Council - Pullia is running at large

Citizens Need Better Accountability and Transparency at City Hall

THUNDER BAY – CIVIC – There has been a lot of discussion about accountability and transparency in municipal government during this election campaign and in particular during the Mayor’s debate last week. The implied assumption is that many key decisions are being made behind closed doors and in secret. Such statements usually go unchallenged and […]


Posted 21 October 2014 by in Civic Politics
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