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New Orleans Saint Player Explains Ferguson

Violence was the rule in Ferguson after the Grand Jury ruling
THUNDER BAY – NEWS - Benjamin Watson is a member of the New Orleans Saints of the National Football...

Clean drinking water should be a human right in Canada

Thirsty? Water in the North is expensive.
VANCOUVER – ENVIRONMENT - Canada is among the world’s wealthiest nations, but our wealth is not equitably distributed. Many...

Elder Dave Courchene Explains First Nations Seven Teachings

Seven Teachings
THUNDER BAY – ANISHINABEK – Manitoba First Nation Elder Dave Courchene explains the origins and lessons of the First...

North Star Air Launches New Website

MaryEllen Thomas announces new North Star Air website.
THUNDER BAY – AVIATION – North Star Air Ltd is marking another milestone with the launch of their new...

Make a Difference – The Glass Slipper Project

Can you help make a difference in one person's life?
THUNDER BAY – I wish to share a story with you. I ask that you read it through and...

Jesse Ventura Makes Case for Isolationism in the United States

Nothing divides family members like politics, especially when talking about war.Politicians on the left and the right are slamming the idea of isolationism. More troops, more men on the ground, more of YOUR money going to war. So, the Governor asks, is isolationism really such a bad idea?
LOS ANGELES – EDITORIAL – “I think you can be an isolationist and still run the world…” states former...

The Phablet Effect: Why It’s Better For Gaming

Online Gaming on a Smartphone
NEW YORK – TECH - When one in five people across the globe own a smartphone, it’s going to...

Innovation and productivity drive economic growth – Bruce Hyer MP

Thunder Bay Superior North MP Deputy Leader of the Green Party Bruce Hyer
THUNDER BAY – POLITICS – Innovation and productivity drive economic growth. They allow countries to lead in today’s fast-paced...

Dan Severn Coming to Great North Wrestling

Dan Severn is coming to Great North Wrestling
Toughest Man Dan Severn coming to Wrestle in Hawkesbury HAWKESBURY – SPORTS - Dan “The Beast” Severn is coming...

St. Joseph’s Care Group and Confederation College Working to Met Demand

St. Joseph’s Care Group (SJCG) is working collaboratively with Confederation College to meet the growing demand for Personal Support Workers (PSWs) in Northwestern Ontario.
THUNDER BAY – St. Joseph’s Care Group (SJCG) and Confederation College are working collaboratively to meet the growing demand for Personal Support Workers (PSWs) in Northwestern Ontario. PSWs help people with the tasks of daily living, such as home...

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Seven Teachings

Elder Dave Courchene Explains First Nations Seven Teachings

THUNDER BAY – ANISHINABEK – Manitoba First Nation Elder Dave Courchene explains the origins and lessons of the First Nations Seven Teachings. The lessons of the Bear Spirit (Courage), the Beaver Spirit (Wisdom), the Eagle Spirit (Love), the Buffalo Spirit (Respect), the Sasquatch Spirit (Honesty), the Wolf Spirit (Humility) and the Turtle Spirit (Truth) are […]


Posted 27 November 2014 by in Anishinabek
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MaryEllen Thomas announces new North Star Air website.

North Star Air Launches New Website

THUNDER BAY – AVIATION – North Star Air Ltd is marking another milestone with the launch of their new website www.northstarair.ca to offer the best online experience to its customers and the ability to now book online. In a media statement, North Star Air says “The site was created with the customer experience firmly in […]


Posted 27 November 2014 by in Business
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Thunder Bay Superior North MP Deputy Leader of the Green Party Bruce Hyer

Innovation and productivity drive economic growth – Bruce Hyer MP

THUNDER BAY – POLITICS – Innovation and productivity drive economic growth. They allow countries to lead in today’s fast-paced global economy. They can raise living standards for everyone (if distributed fairly!). Nobel prize-winning economist Paul Krugman has said, “Productivity isn’t everything, but in the long run it is almost everything.” For three decades, Canada has […]


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St. Joseph’s Care Group (SJCG) is working collaboratively with Confederation College to meet the growing demand for Personal Support Workers (PSWs) in Northwestern Ontario.

St. Joseph’s Care Group and Confederation College Working to Met Demand

THUNDER BAY – St. Joseph’s Care Group (SJCG) and Confederation College are working collaboratively to meet the growing demand for Personal Support Workers (PSWs) in Northwestern Ontario. PSWs help people with the tasks of daily living, such as home management, personal care, family responsibilities, social and recreational activities. As unregulated healthcare providers, PSWs work under […]


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Our need for energy is growing.

World Oil Price Drop Hitting Oil Producers

CALGARY – ENERGY – Back in June the price of a barrel of crude oil was running as high as $115.00. Prices have fallen drastically since then. Today the price of a barrel of oil prices is at $72.15. The lower prices should be reflected at the gas pumps. The lower prices are helping some […]


Posted 27 November 2014 by in Business
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Violence was the rule in Ferguson after the Grand Jury ruling

New Orleans Saint Player Explains Ferguson

THUNDER BAY – NEWS – Benjamin Watson is a member of the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League. He explains his feelings on what is happening in Ferguson Missouri in terms that deserve to be shared. Watson wrote this post on his Facebook Page: “At some point while I was playing or preparing […]


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Action sought on a national inquiry into murdered and missing Anishinabek women

Stolen Sisters – Silent Screams?

THUNDER BAY – When controversial issues begin to get legs and confront governing politicians with uncomfortable facts and choices, their instinctive reaction is almost always immediate and twofold: 1. Guestimate how long it will take before the issue “blows-over,” and the media, suffering as it almost always does from ADHD turns to fresh sensationalism; and […]


Posted 27 November 2014 by in Anishinabek
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The James Street Bridge remains closed as the 1st year anniversary of the fire nears.

Get the James Street Bridge Open

THUNDER BAY – For over a year now, the James Street Bridge has remained closed to cars, trucks and pedestrians. CN Rail has ensured that the bridge is open for their trains, but despite an agreement with the City of Thunder Bay, that CN is responsible for keeping the bridge open, it has stayed closed. […]


Posted 26 November 2014 by in Anishinabek
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