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Thunder Bay Spring Cleaning Gets Rolling

The Fort William BIA was out cleaning sidewalks last weekend.
THUNDER BAY – Spring cleaning across Thunder Bay is underway. Last weekend, the Fort William BIA was out clearing...

The Cree Nation keeps Uranium in the spotlight

Cree walkers and their supporters prepare to leave from Mistissini for the StandAgainstUranium march.
QUEBEC CITY – Environment – The Cree Nation has kept uranium in the spotlight this week, hosting the International Uranium...

Ontario Regional Chief Candidate Urges Joint Budget Planning with Ontario

Ontario Deficit Lower than Projected
SERPENT RIVER FN – “On one hand, the Ontario Liberals must be commended for their fiscal determination in this...

Ontario Forest Industries Association Pleased with Ontario Budget

Forestry will be impacted by climate change
THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – The Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA) welcomes Premier Wynne’s 2015 Provincial Budget and its support...

Thunder Bay Postal Workers Host 6th Annual Food Drive

Food Banks in Ontario are growing at 18% annually
THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Thunder Bay Postal Workers are holding their 6th annual “Stamp Out Hunger” city-wide food...

CUSP Seeks to Save CBC Jobs in Thunder Bay

The future of public broadcasting in Canada
THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – Citizens United for a Sustainable Planet write, “CBC Thunder Bay is losing two more...

Book Clash: Paper vs Paper-White

Book Clash: Paper vs Paper-White
THUNDER BAY –  TECH – Since the first e-reader was launched into the consumer market in the late 90s, an...

From the House – John Rafferty – Federal Budget Helps Wealthy and Passes the Buck

Parliament Hill
Federal Budget Misses Target OTTAWA – After much stalling and anticipation federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver finally rose to present...

PGA TOUR Canada California Q-School Leader at 54 Hole Turn

The exciting final round of the PGA TOUR Canada Staal Foundation Open is heading onto the course
Lompoc, Calif. – Antibes, France’s Julien Brun earned medalist honours at PGA TOUR Canada’s California Qualifying Tournament on Friday,...

Statement Issued on Haudenosaunee Medicine

Aboriginal Health Report
TORONTO – Health – On Friday, April 24, 2015 the Government of Ontario, Six Nations and J.J.’s family released the following statement: “Earlier this afternoon, all parties to a proceeding dealing with the treatment of an 11 year old girl known as...

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Food Banks in Ontario are growing at 18% annually

Thunder Bay Postal Workers Host 6th Annual Food Drive

THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Thunder Bay Postal Workers are holding their 6th annual “Stamp Out Hunger” city-wide food drive on Saturday May 2nd in support of the Regional Food Distribution Association (RFDA). The food drive is run by the employees of Canada Post with support from their local management. This year, in addition to […]


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Forestry will be impacted by climate change

Ontario Forest Industries Association Pleased with Ontario Budget

THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – The Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA) welcomes Premier Wynne’s 2015 Provincial Budget and its support of Ontario’s renewable natural resource – forestry, the province ‘s second largest industrial sector. As a cornerstone of Ontario’s green economy, the forest products sector is doing its part to help the province achieve its fiscal […]


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The Fort William BIA was out cleaning sidewalks last weekend.

Thunder Bay Spring Cleaning Gets Rolling

THUNDER BAY – Spring cleaning across Thunder Bay is underway. Last weekend, the Fort William BIA was out clearing the sidewalks of debris. The weekend before, volunteers were out in the area helping to clean up back lanes. The difference in the downtown is very postive. Sidewalks are easier to walk, and the winter’s trash […]


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7.8 Earthquake hits Nepal

Massive Earthquake Pounds Nepal

Up to 900 Dead in Major Earthquake The Pacific ‘Ring of Fire’ was alive on Friday. Earthquakes in British Columbia, a massive 7.8 earthquake in Nepal, and volcanic eruptions around the geological region. At least 876 people are known to have died in a powerful earthquake in Nepal, there are many more feared trapped under rubble […]


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Opinion – Ontario Budget an exercise in wishful thinking

THUNDER BAY – OPINION – Ontario’s 2015 budget, like those of years past, needed a concrete plan to get government finances on a sound footing. Yet again, the budget failed to deliver. Instead, the government continues to delay the tough decisions while doing nothing to enact policies that improve the economic environment and help foster long-term […]


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Ontario Teachers and other Labour organizations are protesting outside of the Liberal Leadership Convention

Catholic Teachers Association Votes for Strike Action

TORONTO – A looming province-wide teachers strike is generating votes in favour of a strike from the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association. Results have been tallied in a province-wide strike vote held April 23-24, 2015, and members of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA) have provided their union with a strong strike vote mandate of […]


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