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Alberta Election 2015 – Decision in Hands of Voters

Alberta Election
Alberta Political Dynasty – New Democrats Bust Tory Government THUNDER BAY – NEWS – Alberta voters faced a decision today....

Northwestern Ontario Wild Fire Update – May 5 2015

Forest Fire Report
Fire Hazard High to Extreme THUNDER BAY – WILD FIRE Update – There were five new fires confirmed in the...

Chief Isadore Day on Youth Issues for First Nations

Chief Isadore Day in Lac Seul FN with youth.
Chiefs of Ontario Election THUNDER BAY – The Chiefs of Ontario are holding elections this June. Chief Isadore Day...

Mining Sector in British Columbia Struggling

The mining world is global. ActLabs in Thunder Bay tests mineral samples from around the region and around the world
THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – The mining sector in British Columbia is seeing lower commodity prices. Those lower prices...

Is Your Family Prepared for An Emergency?

After the fire Attawapiskat resident were moved to temporary places - They are now being moved to Kapuskasing
THUNDER BAY – Emergency Preparedness Week (EP Week) 2015 is being recognized across Ontario May 3-9. The City of...

Take a Journey to Iceland – on Video with Damien and Curtis

Curtis Jenson in Iceland shooting with his trusty Sony
Iceland Trip Inspires Local Artists THUNDER BAY – Local videographers Curtis Jensen and Damien Gilbert went to Iceland arriving...

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...

Alberta Votes in New Democrat Majority Government

Voters in Alberta have voted for change, electing an NDP Government
THUNDER BAY – The Alberta New Democrats have made political history. Rachel Notley will form an NDP majority government...

Winnipeg Jets Make Announcement on AHL Team

The Winnipeg Jets are moving their AHL Franchise to Winnipeg
WINNIPEG – SPORTS – The Winnipeg Jets announce decisions on American Hockey League (AHL) team. The Winnipeg Jets had...

Just an Hour of Television Increases Obesity in Young Children

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SAN DIEGO – New research shows that it doesn’t take much for kids to be considered couch potatoes. Kindergartners and first-graders who watched as little as one hour of television a day were more likely to be overweight or...

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The mining world is global. ActLabs in Thunder Bay tests mineral samples from around the region and around the world

Mining Sector in British Columbia Struggling

THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – The mining sector in British Columbia is seeing lower commodity prices. Those lower prices are again impacting the profitability of the BC mining industry in 2014. According to the annual PwC BC Mining Industry Survey for 2014, the continued drop in the price of key metals and minerals, particularly metallurgical […]


Posted 6 May 2015 by in Business
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Voters in Alberta have voted for change, electing an NDP Government

Alberta Votes in New Democrat Majority Government

THUNDER BAY – The Alberta New Democrats have made political history. Rachel Notley will form an NDP majority government in what was once Canada’s most Conservative province. The New Democrats are elected or leading in 54 seats, The Wildrose Party has 19 candidates elected or leading. The forty-three year Progressive Conservative dynasty has been swept […]


Posted 5 May 2015 by in Featured
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Alberta Election

Alberta Election 2015 – Decision in Hands of Voters

Alberta Political Dynasty – New Democrats Bust Tory Government THUNDER BAY – NEWS – Alberta voters faced a decision today. Do they endorse the forty-three year old Progressive Conservative dynasty, or do they choose a new direction politically. Early results had the Progressive Conservatives taking a lead. However the New Democrats have jumped into a lead […]


Posted 5 May 2015 by in Featured
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After the fire Attawapiskat resident were moved to temporary places - They are now being moved to Kapuskasing

Is Your Family Prepared for An Emergency?

THUNDER BAY – Emergency Preparedness Week (EP Week) 2015 is being recognized across Ontario May 3-9. The City of Thunder Bay encourages citizens to get involved in “Know the Risks, Reduce Them Together” – a theme that reinforces the importance of individual preparedness with the need to support community resiliency. With recent fires on Fort […]


Posted 5 May 2015 by in Featured
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