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Calgary Prepares for Possible Flooding

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CALGARY – News – The City of Calgary recovered fast from the devastating flood of 2013. The flood that...

Thunder Bay – Mother Nature Must Be Mad At Us

If April showers bring May flowers what will April snow storms bring?
THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – Mother Nature must be mad at Thunder Bay, either that or she is a...

Mushkegowuk Grand Council Key in Ring of Fire

Reclaiming our steps, past and present are on the way to Ottawa to meet with the Prime Minister
Ring of Fire a Focus for Mushkegowuk THUNDER BAY  – Mining - “Mushkegowuk Council recognizes the significant, long term...

How America Created Canada’s Tax Status

Part One of a Series on Taxes and Canada
CALGARY, AB – ECONOMY - For some present-day Canadians, it is often assumed that our identity rests upon a...

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Young Filmmakers Receive Honours for Directing First Films

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THUNDER BAY - Three aspiring filmmakers from the graduating class of the Confederation College Film Production department took centre...

Google and Facebook in Drone Battle?

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Google buys drone company Facebook reportedly targeted Related articles across the web Smile Thunder Bay You’re on Google Maps...

Rob Ford Seeks Second Term

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford
Rob Ford launches campaign by thanking those who stuck by him through ‘rocky’ times

Chicago Falls to St. Louis

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Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane hook up early for a score Top Goals of the Season Related articles across...

Respiratory Illness Outbreak – Lakehead Manor

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THUNDER BAY – Health – Officials at the Health Unit and Lakehead Manor, located at 135 Vickers Street South, have declared a facility-wide outbreak of a respiratory illness. All admissions, transfers, discharges and social activities have been cancelled until...

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Young Filmmakers Receive Honours for Directing First Films

THUNDER BAY – Three aspiring filmmakers from the graduating class of the Confederation College Film Production department took centre stage at the Conflix film night at SilverCity April 17th, receiving awards of distinction from the North of Superior Film Association. Darren MacDonald received the first place award for his western horror film, “The Killer Is […]


Posted 19 April 2014 by in Entertainment
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Ice Coverage on Lake Superior as of April 5 2014

Frozen Great Lakes Concern Environmentalists

Great Lakes are still almost half frozen, potentially causing long-term effects Related articles across the web Massive Ice on Lakes Hitting Wisconsin Fish Unbelievable images of Venice’s frozen canals Melting Ice Creates New Lake In Once Frozen North Pole The Great Lakes Are Still Almost Half Frozen, And It Could Affect The Environment For Years […]


Posted 19 April 2014 by in Featured
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Centennial Conservatory

Friends of the Thunder Bay Conservatory Forms

THUNDER BAY = News – Friends of the Thunder Bay Conservatory has formed with a goal of working together as volunteers to promote and enhance the Centennial Conservatory. The newly formed volunteer group in Thunder Bay states that “We have several projects planned for the upcoming Spring/Summer season and are looking for like minded individuals […]


Posted 18 April 2014 by in Featured
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SIJHL Playoffs get started this weekend.

Fort Frances Falls to Minnesota Iron Rangers

HOYT LAKES, Minn. – SPORTS – Minnesota Iron Rangers goaltender Alex Reichle stopped all 43 shots he faced to backstop his club to a 3-0 victory over the Fort Frances Lakers Thursday night in game 4 of the Superior International Junior Hockey League Bill Salonen Cup final at Hoyt Lakes Arena. With the win Iron […]


Posted 18 April 2014 by in Featured
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If April showers bring May flowers what will April snow storms bring?

Thunder Bay – Mother Nature Must Be Mad At Us

THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – Mother Nature must be mad at Thunder Bay, either that or she is a big tease. Environment Canada says that a low pressure system from Southern Alberta with a warm front extending over the Northern Plains States will move east today and tonight then move northeast into the regions on […]


Posted 18 April 2014 by in Featured
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Black Pirates Pub - Music Live Thunder Bay

Ninjaspy Set to Hit Thunder Bay Stage

Thunder Bay, ON – Vancouver metal/ska trio, Ninjaspy will be making a stop in Thunder Bay as part of their “Jump Ya Bones” Canadian Tour. Hosted by Wiggins Pro-Ductions, the band will be hitting the stage at Black Pirates Pub (215 Red River Rd) on Monday, April 21st. Opening the show will be local metal […]


Posted 18 April 2014 by in Entertainment
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Part One of a Series on Taxes and Canada

How America Created Canada’s Tax Status

CALGARY, AB – ECONOMY – For some present-day Canadians, it is often assumed that our identity rests upon a higher tax burden vis-à-vis the United States. Actually, the historical record is that Canada’s identity was originally found in an attachment to limited government, moderate taxes, and more robust desire for British liberty in contrast to […]


Posted 18 April 2014 by in Business
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