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Thunder Bay Police Stop Speeder Find Drugs

Thunder Bay Police
THUNDER BAY – CRIME – A speeding driver generated some unwanted attention early this morning. Thunder Bay Police report...

Northwestern Ontario Wild Fire Update – July 6 2015

Wild fire near La Ronge Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Deployment for Ontario Fire Fighters Continues THUNDER BAY – WILD FIRE Update – There were no new fires...

Derek Fox – Pikangikum has Hope for the Future

Derek Fox
THUNDER BAY – Derek Fox is seeking a leadership role with Nishnawbe-Aski Nation as Deputy Grand Chief. On the...

Chinese Stock Market Faces Make or Break Week

Investors
Officials Work to Prevent Stock Market Crash SHANGHAI – BUSINESS – (Reuters) – China’s stock markets may be facing...

Enforcement Blitz Finds Most Ignace Anglers Follow Rules

Older fishing boat on Fort William First Nation
THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Most anglers checked during a two-day fisheries enforcement blitz near Ignace were in compliance with...

Teddy Bears Picnic Set for Rain or Sun

Bears are not cuddly teddy bears... a bear can be dangerous
THUNDER BAY – Rain or sun the Teddy Bears Picnic is set to go. It’s time once again for the Teddy...

‘Bee soup’ could help understand declines and test remedies

"Every third mouthful of food you eat is because a honeybee was involved. Saving Bees is key to humanity's future on this planet.
THUNDER BAY – TECH – Declining bee populations are a serious issue that is related to a number of...

Shoal Lake 40 Freedom Road Promised by Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau

Justin Trudeau and the federal Liberals are climbing in the polls
KENORA – POLITICS – “Liberal Leader, Justin Trudeau, committed that a Liberal government would build the long overdue Freedom...

PGA TOUR Canada Dakota Dunes Open Won by Michael Letzig

Q-School at the PGA TOUR Canada British Columbia
Whitecap, Sask – Kansas City, Missouri’s Michael Letzig defeated Newport Beach, California’s J.J. Spaun and Grand Rapids, Michigan’s Clark...

Networked Robots the Future of PET Probe Research

The Elixys robot and system will standardize radioisotope production, which will mean faster exchange of the “recipes” used to make probes – including probes created here in Thunder Bay.
THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Gemcitabine is a type of chemotherapy agent used to fight certain cancers. Oncologists know that it will work better in some patients than others, but what they can’t do is accurately predict which patients will...

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Bears are not cuddly teddy bears... a bear can be dangerous

Teddy Bears Picnic Set for Rain or Sun

THUNDER BAY – Rain or sun the Teddy Bears Picnic is set to go. It’s time once again for the Teddy Bears Picnic at Vickers Park from 12 noon – 3 pm on Tuesday, July 14, 2015. Children, parents and teddy bears are invited to enjoy an afternoon of free crafts, activities and entertainment. This year’s picnic […]


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Thunder Bay Police

Thunder Bay Police Stop Speeder Find Drugs

THUNDER BAY – CRIME – A speeding driver generated some unwanted attention early this morning. Thunder Bay Police report that officers stopped a 2014 Nissan auto just after 12:00AM EDT this morning for speeding in a 50 km/h zone on Balmoral Street near Jasper Drive. The officer observed a large zip lock bag believed to […]


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Indigenous women Elders The Eagle Feathers and Smudge along with tobacco at City Hall - Image taken with permission

Deaths of Two Young Men in Couchiching Hit Hard

COUCHICHING FIRST NATION – Two young men are dead following an accident on July 3 2014. Treaty Three Police report, “In the early morning hours of July 03, 2015 Members of the Treaty Three Police Service Couchiching Detachment were dispatched to an investigation involving two motor vehicles that were submerged in the Frog Creek, in behind […]


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Entertainment Update

Summer in the Parks Starts Wednesday July 8 2015

THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – Eight outdoor concerts are planned featuring new acts, as well as returning favourites, for this year’s Summer in the Parks series. Concerts take place at Marina Park – on the Main Stage under the band-shell – on Wednesday evenings from 6-9 pm, beginning July 8. “Summer in the Parks has become […]


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