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Help Solve 1984 Thunder Bay Homicide

Thunder Bay Chief of Police to be honoured in Ottawa
THUNDER BAY – CRIME BEAT - Thunder Bay Police are remembering a 1984 homicide and hoping that by sharing...

Snow in Forecast for Nipigon, Marathon, Schreiber

Weather Alert
THUNDER BAY - Weather is likely to be the story for residents and travellers along the North Shore of...

24th Annual NADF Business Awards Opening Ceremonies

The NADF 24th Annual Business Awards are a night of celebrating success
Twenty-Four Years of Celebrating Success at NADF THUNDER BAY – It is a night of celebrating success at the...

Lakehead Marine Assets Hit Auction Block

The assets of Lakehead Marine are on the auction block
THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS - The assets of Lakehead Marine will be on the Auction Block on November 2nd....

Have a Safe Dental Halloween – Ontario Dentists Association

The Ontario Dental Association is offering ideas for a Dental Safe Halloween
THUNDER BAY – Halloween is an enjoyable holiday for many children, but it can also throw off hard-fought healthy...

CBC President and CEO on Jian Ghomeshi

CBC President and CEO speaks out on Jian Ghomeshi
OTTAWA – LETTERS - I’m not sure where to begin. Like you, the unfolding allegations of the past week have...

Investigation into Antares Rocket Explosion Continues

An aerial view of the Wallops Island launch facilities taken by the Wallops Incident Response Team Oct. 29 following the failed launch attempt of Orbital Science Corp.'s Antares rocket Oct. 28. Image Credit: NASA/Terry Zaperach
No injuries reported in Antares rocket explosion WASHINGTON – TECH – The investigation into the explosion during launch of...

Conservatives Trick or Treat Canadians – Rafferty

Parliament Hill
OTTAWA – POLITICS - This past week, Halloween week no less, the Conservatives tabled a new monster 479-page omnibus budget...

McMaster Edges Lakehead, 3-2 in Volleyball Action

Lakehead University Women's Volleyball Splash
THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – The Lakehead Thunderwolves women’s volleyball team came up just shy of their first win...

Hospital staff support Women’s Health Awareness Month

Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre staff wore pink to work on Friday October 3rd to raise awareness about and promote Women’s Health Awareness Month. For more information on breast and cervical cancer screening and clinics offering Pap tests in October, call the Cancer Screening Hotline at (807) 684–7787.
THUNDER BAY – HEALTH - Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre’s (TBRHSC) staff recognized the importance of raising awareness and education about breast and cervical cancer screening by wearing pink to work. October is traditionally Breast Cancer Awareness Month and...

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Lakehead University Women's Volleyball Splash

McMaster Edges Lakehead, 3-2 in Volleyball Action

THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – The Lakehead Thunderwolves women’s volleyball team came up just shy of their first win of the OUA season, dropping 3-2 to the McMaster Marauders (26-24, 25-20, 15-25, 23-25, 6-15) “McMaster’s a team with lots of experience,” said coach Green post game. “They run a solid step attack, and live solely […]


Posted 1 November 2014 by in Featured
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Lakehead Thunderwolves Men bounce back against Wilfred Laurier this weekend.

LU Thunderwolves Women Win over Wilfrid Laurier

SUDBURY – SPORTS – The Lakehead University Thunderwolves women’s basketball team earned a 73-51 win over the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks on Friday evening. The ‘Wolves jumped out to an early lead, opening it up to 43-23 by halftime. They would cruise from there to improve their pre-season record to 6-2, with 1 preseason game […]


Posted 1 November 2014 by in Featured
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CBC President and CEO speaks out on Jian Ghomeshi

CBC President and CEO on Jian Ghomeshi

OTTAWA – LETTERS – I’m not sure where to begin. Like you, the unfolding allegations of the past week have left me in shock, sadness, and some anger. As you have no doubt heard, since CBC fired radio host Jian Ghomeshi on Sunday, his lawyers have commenced legal proceedings against us. That limits what we have been […]


Posted 1 November 2014 by in Celebrities
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Luke Grandmont (right) works on his short film, The Maltese Guinea Pig.

Confederation College Alumni Bring Ideas to Life through Film

THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – What do Piotr Skowronski and Luke Grandmont have in common?  They are both successful filmmakers, they both have film releases coming soon and they are both Confederation College alumni. Piotr Skowronski graduated from the Film Production program in 2005.  With the help of brother and business partner, Milosz Skowronski, Piotr […]


Posted 1 November 2014 by in Entertainment
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Lakehead Thunderwolves Fell in Basketball action in Waterloo to Wilfred Laurier

Lady Thunderwolves Win Over Algoma Thunderbirds

SAULT STE MARIE – SPORTS – The women’s basketball team earned a 47-28 win over the Algoma Thunderbirds on Thursday. “Driving 8 hours, getting off a bus and playing is never easy,” said coach Jon Kreiner “…But I really liked some of the adjustments we’ve made defensively the last two weeks.” With 2 more games […]


Posted 31 October 2014 by in Featured
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SIJHL Hockey

Thunder Bay North Stars Game Postponed

THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – The Superior International Junior Hockey League has announced that Friday’s contest (Oct. 31) between the Thunder Bay North Stars and English River Miners has been postponed due to transportation issues arising with the Miners’ bus that will prevent them from travelling to Thunder Bay for the game. The make-up date […]


Posted 31 October 2014 by in Featured
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The NADF 24th Annual Business Awards are a night of celebrating success

24th Annual NADF Business Awards Opening Ceremonies

Twenty-Four Years of Celebrating Success at NADF THUNDER BAY – It is a night of celebrating success at the 24th Annual Nishinawbe-Aski Development Fund Business Awards. The event, hosted by NADF has Master of Ceremonies Stan Wesley and features special key note speaker, former Assembly of First Nations National Chief Ovide Mercredi. NADF LiveStream THANK […]


Posted 30 October 2014 by in Anishinabek
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