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Thunder Bay Police Seek Sexual Attacker

Thunder Bay Police
THUNDER BAY – CRIME – Thunder Bay Police report that a nine-year-old girl was attacked outside of a north...

Canada’s Cities Spearhead Climate Action – David Suzuki

Although cities cover just 2% of the world’s surface, they produce more than 60% of CO2 emissions
VANCOUVER – OPINION - What’s often overlooked amid the dire warnings about global warming’s impacts is that actions to...

Minister Valcourt Ploughs Forward on Legislation

Minister Valcourt - We all agreed on the urgency of investing in Aboriginal Education.
First Nations Financial Transparency Act OTTAWA - Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, issued the following...

Tbaytel for Good Seeks Community Input

Tbaytel for good launched
THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS -  Tbaytel is once again asking for input from the communities it serves to help...

Tips to Avoid Car Accidents

Motor Vehicle Accident at Victoria and May Street.
Drive Safe and Be Road Aware THUNDER BAY – LIVING - Nobody wants to have a car accident but...

David Suzuki Blue Dot Tour Thunder Bay Bound

Blue Dot Tour
THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – Alvin Singh states, “There has never been a more compelling case for recognizing that...

NASA’s Mars Spacecraft Maneuvers for Close Comet Flyby in October

NASA Solar Observatory captures images of huge solar flare.
Space Agency Prepares for Comet Nearing Mars HOUSTON - NASA is preparing for an October comet, C/2013 A1 Siding...

Canada’s Economy Downgraded – John Rafferty MP

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THUNDER BAY – POLITICS - This week Canada’s economy was downgraded by the International Monetary Fund, new statistics showed...

Dryden Ice Dogs Alumni Heads to Northland

Dryden Ice Dogs
DRYDEN – SIJHL HOCKEY – Chris Belhumeur will be playing for Northland College, in Ashland, Wisconsin this season. Former...

Establishing Culturally Sensitive Environment at Thunder Bay Regional

The purpose of participating in a sweat lodge varies from purification and cleansing to healing. Above is a traditional sweat lodge.
Thunder Bay Regional Aboriginal Engagement Gains Results THUNDER BAY – HEALTH - A key strategic priority of Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) in Aboriginal Health is to establish an environment that is culturally sensitive and welcoming to...

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Canada’s Economy Downgraded – John Rafferty MP

THUNDER BAY – POLITICS – This week Canada’s economy was downgraded by the International Monetary Fund, new statistics showed the widespread pain of those have recently lost their employment, and the Harper Government continued to embarrass us internationally by reneging on a deal to help a country in desperate need. Last week it was the […]


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Thunder Bay Police

Thunder Bay Police Seek Sexual Attacker

THUNDER BAY – CRIME – Thunder Bay Police report that a nine-year-old girl was attacked outside of a north side restaurant. The attack, which happened on Saturday, at about 6:30PM EDT, occurred as the young girl’s mother was inside the Cumberland Street establishment. The victim was outside with her bike, waiting for her mom. Police […]


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Tbaytel for good launched

Tbaytel for Good Seeks Community Input

THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS –  Tbaytel is once again asking for input from the communities it serves to help create positive change through its Tbaytel for Good program, this time with a focus on arts and culture. The fourth and final Tbaytel for Good campaign launches today to encourage non-profit organizations and community groups to […]


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Dryden Ice Dogs

Dryden Ice Dogs Alumni Heads to Northland

DRYDEN – SIJHL HOCKEY – Chris Belhumeur will be playing for Northland College, in Ashland, Wisconsin this season. Former Dryden Ice Dog Chris Belhumeur has enrolled at Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin and will be playing hockey for the NCAA Division III Northland Lumberjacks of the Midwest Collegiate Athletic Conference. Originally from Swan River, Manitoba, […]


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Motor Vehicle Accident at Victoria and May Street.

Tips to Avoid Car Accidents

Drive Safe and Be Road Aware THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Nobody wants to have a car accident but at some point, most people will be involved in one. However there are a number of steps any driver can take to stack the odds in their favour. Kick the tires Check to see if your […]


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Tim Clark of South Africa is the 2014 RBC Canadian Open Champion

Tim Clark Wins RBC Canadian Open

MONTREAL – SPORTS – The 2014 RBC Canadian Open was won by Tim Clark. Clark, who entered the final round of the RBC Canadian Open trailing Jim Furyk by three strokes, stumbled out of the gate with a bogey on the opening hole to fall four shots back. He rebounded with birdies on Nos. 6, […]


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The UN Security Council UN Photo/Loey Felipe

United Nations Calls for Unconditional Ceasefire

Emergency Session At United Nations NEW YORK – The United Nations Security Council today, meeting in an emergency session just after midnight, called for an “immediate and unconditional” ceasefire, allowing for the delivery of urgently needed humanitarian assistance to the Gaza Strip. In a presidential statement, the 15-member body expressed strong support for the call […]


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The purpose of participating in a sweat lodge varies from purification and cleansing to healing. Above is a traditional sweat lodge.

Establishing Culturally Sensitive Environment at Thunder Bay Regional

Thunder Bay Regional Aboriginal Engagement Gains Results THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – A key strategic priority of Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) in Aboriginal Health is to establish an environment that is culturally sensitive and welcoming to patients and families. Some patients at TBRHSC request to participate in a sweat lodge ceremony as […]


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