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Charges Laid in District Jail Riot

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THUNDER BAY – NEWS – The Thunder Bay Police Service Criminal Investigations Branch have charged five males as a result...

Northwestern Ontario Extreme Cold Continues

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THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – (February 12 2015) – Most of Northwestern Ontario is buried under Extreme Cold Warnings....

8th Annual Valentine’s Day Memorial Walk

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THUNDER  BAY – The 8th Annual Valentine’s Day Memorial Walk is being held this Sunday. The goal of the walk...

Social Housing to Receive Provincial Investment

After the clean up - the neighbourhood shows the evidence of being cleaned up an a safer place to hang out
THUNDER BAY – HOUSING – Some of the social housing in Thunder Bay could be set for a retrofit...

A Manicure is EXACTLY your answer!

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THUNDER BAY – HEALTH & Beauty – Have you ever tried to keep a bandaid on the end of your...

Drake to Receive Key to Toronto

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TORONTO – ENTERTAINMENT – Toronto Mayor John Tory will present Aubrey ‘Drake’ Graham with a Key to the City...

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LONDON – TECH- Firms have recently stumbled upon a business strategy quite unlike anything else that has come before, and...

Federal Summer Job Funding Helps Greenstone Youth

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 GREENSTONE, ON- February 12, 2016: The Municipality of Greenstone is commending the Government of Canada on the Prime Minister’s...

PGA TOUR Canada Extends Cape Breton Open for Three Years

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THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – The Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada announced today a three-year extension and new...

February is a Good Time to Reset 2016 Resolutions

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THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – Still looking for the perfect cleanse to start the year off right? Look no further. Whether you’re following the brouhaha surrounding the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans or not, I’m betting you already know what...

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After the clean up - the neighbourhood shows the evidence of being cleaned up an a safer place to hang out

Social Housing to Receive Provincial Investment

THUNDER BAY – HOUSING – Some of the social housing in Thunder Bay could be set for a retrofit with funding by the Government of Ontario. The province continues to put its new Climate Change Strategy into action by investing $92 million from the Green Investment Fund into social housing retrofits to take advantage of the economic opportunities in […]


Posted 12 February 2016 by in Business
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Memorial Walk

8th Annual Valentine’s Day Memorial Walk

THUNDER  BAY – The 8th Annual Valentine’s Day Memorial Walk is being held this Sunday. The goal of the walk is to bring together families of missing and murdered indigenous women to acknowledge their loss, to support them in their grief and to educate the public about this as an issue. The walk starts at Thunder […]


Posted 12 February 2016 by in Anishinaabe
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Ontario Court of Justice

Charges Laid in District Jail Riot

THUNDER BAY – NEWS – The Thunder Bay Police Service Criminal Investigations Branch have charged five males as a result of the December 7, 2015 incident at the Thunder Bay District Jail when a Corrections Officer was taken hostage. Charged in this incident as a result of the investigation are; 1) Jeffrey KAKEGAMIC (35 years old) […]


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Thunder Bay Fire Rescue on Brodie Street East

Natural Gas Leak Shuts Down Northcore Downtown

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Fire Rescue (TBFR) is presently on the scene of a significant natural gas leak on St. Paul St. between Red River Road and Van Norman St.    A number of buildings have already been evacuated as the result of natural gas migration into the buildings. City Transit has provided buses […]


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For the Love of It! Family Day Pow Wow at Dennis Franklin Cromarty

Reconciliation through Culturally Appropriate Child Welfare Practices

TORONTO, ON – On April 26-28, 2016 300 delegates from across Ontario will convene at the Sarnia, Ontario Holiday Inn for the 2016 Association of Native Child and Family Service Agencies of Ontario (ANCFSAO) annual conference. The theme for this year’s conference is Reconciliation through Culturally Appropriate Child Welfare Practices. In partnership with Mnaasged Child and Family […]


Posted 12 February 2016 by in Anishinaabe
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Federal Summer Job Funding Helps Greenstone Youth

 GREENSTONE, ON- February 12, 2016: The Municipality of Greenstone is commending the Government of Canada on the Prime Minister’s announcement that the Government will be doubling the Canada Summer Jobs Program. “With the challenges our economy has seen over the past few years, the ability for our young people to find summer jobs has been […]


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Hydro One

Hydro One Posts Annual Report

TORONTO – Hydro One Limited (Hydro One), Ontario’s largest electricity transmission and distribution company, today announced the filing with securities regulators of its 2015 annual report to shareholders. The annual report to shareholders includes, amongst other things, Hydro One’s audited annual consolidated financial statements, notes thereto, and management’s discussion and analysis in respect of such annual financial statements. […]


Posted 12 February 2016 by in Business
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Owner Fined $1,000 for Dog Running at Large

THUNDER BAY – A Conmee Township man has been fined $1,000 for letting his dog run at large. Eric Olson pleaded guilty to permitting his dog to run at large in an area inhabited by game and was fined $1,000. The court heard that in June 2015, a dog was photographed attacking a small white-tailed deer fawn […]


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