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Ah Spring, and a Road Crew’s Fancy Turns to Potholes

Pothole Repair Crew
THUNDER BAY – Spring is here. That means the start of construction season in Thunder Bay. It also means...

Vancouver Residents Protest Slow Oil Spill Clean-up in English Bay

Environmental War
Growing Frustration Over Environmental Issues VANCOUVER – ENVIRONMENT – On Saturday April 25th at 4 pm, hundreds of community...

Our Homeless actually have Homelands – Chief Isadore Day

The evidence is strong that the issue of homelessness is a lot bigger than many think
THUNDER BAY – The recent murders of First Nation homeless persons in Winnipeg saddens us all and raises many...

Premier Gold Starts Diamond Drilling on Hasaga Property

Premier Gold Updates Hardrock project
THUNDER BAY – MINING – Premier Gold Mines Limited (TSX-PG) have announce that diamond drilling has begun on its 100%-owned Hasaga...

Jane’s Walk Festival Shares Diverse Neighbourhoods in Thunder Bay

Sleeping Giant
THUNDER BAY – This weekend, Thunder Bay residents will take to the streets to mark the city’s fifth time participating...

Bachelors of Hope Top the $1 Million Mark

The theme at the 17th Annual Elekta Bachelors for Hope Charity Auction was the 1920s and the ladies dressed to impress! This year, the event surpassed the $1 million mark, with $86,176 raised, bringing the 17-year total to $1,025,765. All funds raised go directly to enhancing breast cancer care in Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario.
THUNDER BAY – Entertainment – It’s official – the 17th Annual Elekta Bachelors for Hope Charity Auction surpassed the...

Book Clash: Paper vs Paper-White

Book Clash: Paper vs Paper-White
THUNDER BAY –  TECH – Since the first e-reader was launched into the consumer market in the late 90s, an...

Thunder Bay City Council Celebrates Clean, Green & Beautiful

Clean Green & Beautiful award to Victoria Avenue buiding
THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay City Council celebrated the work of the Clean Green & Beautiful Committee last night...

Staal Foundation Open Seeks Volunteers for 2015 PGA TOUR Canada Event

Lining up for the Staal Foundation Open - 146 Days away
THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – Staal Foundation Open organizers are making a call for volunteers for this year’s tournament scheduled...

Just an Hour of Television Increases Obesity in Young Children

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SAN DIEGO – New research shows that it doesn’t take much for kids to be considered couch potatoes. Kindergartners and first-graders who watched as little as one hour of television a day were more likely to be overweight or...

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Lining up for the Staal Foundation Open - 146 Days away

Staal Foundation Open Seeks Volunteers for 2015 PGA TOUR Canada Event

THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – Staal Foundation Open organizers are making a call for volunteers for this year’s tournament scheduled for July 13th through the 19th, 2015. Many positions are available including scoring, hosting and caddying to name a few. Interested persons can visit staalopen.ca and register, indicating their area of preference. “We had a great […]


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Pothole Repair Crew

Ah Spring, and a Road Crew’s Fancy Turns to Potholes

THUNDER BAY – Spring is here. That means the start of construction season in Thunder Bay. It also means the start of the annual ritual of filling potholes across city roads. The City of Thunder Bay has an online pothole reporting tool, enabling citizens to provide valuable information to City work crews via their computers. Potholes […]


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Thunder Bay looking eastward over Lake Superior

Mâmawêyatitân Thunder Bay – Move Forward Together

THUNDER BAY – EDITORIAL – Thunder Bay, like many communities across Canada is in a state of transition. Canada is transitioning, our world is transitioning. The future today is far different than it was twenty, thirty, or fifty years ago. Communications has been the impetus for change. Yesterday, via television and the Internet live images […]


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Premier Gold Updates Hardrock project

Premier Gold Starts Diamond Drilling on Hasaga Property

THUNDER BAY – MINING – Premier Gold Mines Limited (TSX-PG) have announce that diamond drilling has begun on its 100%-owned Hasaga Property at Red Lake, Ontario.  Premier acquired the property in February 2015 as part of a “swap” of property assets with Goldcorp Inc. (TSX-G, NYSE-GG) as announced in February.  Hasaga is strategically-located proximal to the Balmer–Confederation […]


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