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Bladerunner Oscar Pistorius Sentenced to Five years in Prison

Oscar Bladerunner Pistorius was sentenced to five years in jail
Bladerunner Heads to Prison PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA – Olympian Oscar Pistorius has been sentenced to five years in prison...

Beijing Marathon Shrouded in Heavy Smog

Beijing International Marathon runners with masks and sponges to combat smog
Imagine Running A Marathon In Heavy Smog Beijing – CLIMATE – Imagine running a full marathon in smog so...

Regional Chief Calls for Community Support

Ontario Regional Chief Beardy
THUNDER BAY – ANISHINABEK - Ontario Regional Chief Beardy is calling upon all communities in Ontario to stand with...

Finalizing Election Choices – Justin Frape

Thunder Bay City Hall and the plaza are in great shape in downtown Fort William
THUNDER BAY – OPINION - As the election approaches and I begin to finalize my candidate selections, I have to...

Exercise Improves Attitude and Marks

Biwaase’aa Youth Outreach Worker Kelvin Redsky – sharing Sweat Lodge teachings with St. Ann students
THUNDER BAY - Get up and move. For too many people sitting at a desk is followed by sitting...

Cliff Diving – English Double in World Series Final

Second placed Artem Silchenko (L) of Russia, event and 2014 World Series winner Gary Hunt (C) of the UK, and third placed David Colturi (R) of the USA celebrate with their trophies during the seventh and final stop of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series, Ik Kil cenote, Yucatan, Mexico on October 18th 2014. Photographer: Romina Amato
Gary Hunt Red Bull Cliff Diving World Champ YUCATAN MX – SPORTS – Gary Hunt won in Mexico and...

U.S. Air Force Lands Robotic X-37B Space Plane

X37B Space Plane
X-37B Space Plane Lands in California VANDENBURG AIR FORCE BASE – The U.S. military landed its X-37B robotic space...

“Our youth are one of the most important assets” – Barry Streib

Barry Streib has declared his candidacy running for a seat on Thunder Bay City Council
THUNDER BAY – POLITICS - In recent years, I have been privileged to work with so many talented, intelligent...

Lakehead finishes 1-2 at Redbird Classic

Lakehead Thunderwolves Fell in Basketball action in Waterloo to Wilfred Laurier
MONTREAL – SPORTS - The Lakehead University women’s basketball team were defeated, 82-64 by the Regina Cougars on Sunday...

Ebola Virus Fight Continues in Sierra Leone and Liberia

This ship in Las Palmas, Spain, is being loaded with WFP supplies and 1,920 metric tons of USAID-donated commodities and headed for Ebola response operations in Guinea. Photo: WFP/Enrique Pulido
Food aid for Ebola Virus hit Sierra Leone NEW YORK – UN HEADQUARTERS - The United Nations and Governments of countries at the forefront of efforts to turn back the unfolding Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa have agreed...

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Homicide Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay Police Investigating Homicide

THUNDER BAY – BREAKING – Thunder Bay Police are investigating Thunder Bay’s 10th homicide of 2014. Thunder Bay Police Service state that they are investigating the murder of a yet unnamed male whose body was discovered at a home on North Marks Street. Police were called to the home on Sunday evening where EMS personnel […]


Posted 21 October 2014 by in CrimeBeat
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Thunder Bay City Hall and the plaza are in great shape in downtown Fort William

Finalizing Election Choices – Justin Frape

THUNDER BAY – OPINION – As the election approaches and I begin to finalize my candidate selections, I have to say that I am heartily disappointed with the political discourse associated with our vision of the future of the city. In particular, I’m disappointed with those who use our identified infrastructure deficit as an excuse to […]


Posted 20 October 2014 by in Business
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Barry Streib has declared his candidacy running for a seat on Thunder Bay City Council

“Our youth are one of the most important assets” – Barry Streib

THUNDER BAY – POLITICS – In recent years, I have been privileged to work with so many talented, intelligent and amazing young people. From high school aged youth putting in their volunteer hours at community events to interns through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund and young professionals who are stepping up to make a difference […]


Posted 20 October 2014 by in Civic Politics
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Lakehead Thunderwolves Fell in Basketball action in Waterloo to Wilfred Laurier

Lakehead finishes 1-2 at Redbird Classic

MONTREAL – SPORTS – The Lakehead University women’s basketball team were defeated, 82-64 by the Regina Cougars on Sunday morning in action in Montreal. Lakehead was able to keep pace with the Canada West powerhouse for the first half, matching them in the first quarter (21-21) and trailing by 3 at the half, 35-32. The […]


Posted 19 October 2014 by in Featured
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Beijing International Marathon runners with masks and sponges to combat smog

Beijing Marathon Shrouded in Heavy Smog

Imagine Running A Marathon In Heavy Smog Beijing – CLIMATE – Imagine running a full marathon in smog so heavy it was hard to see? That was the added challenge to runners in the 2014 Beijing Marathon. Heavy smog, that shrouded the city had many runners wearing masks as they attempted to keep the pollution […]


Posted 19 October 2014 by in Top Stories
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