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Missing Youth in Thunder Bay

Missing Youth is a student at Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School in Thunder Bay.
THUNDER BAY -Natalie Kakegumick is a Dennis Franklin Cromarty student and has been reported missing. She has not been...

Mount Ontake Volcano – Thirty-One Feared Dead in Japan

Volcanic Ash covers buildings near Mount Ontake
Military helicopters rescue people stranded after Mt Ontake eruption TOKYO – Thirty-one hikers have been found without signs of...

Pikangikum First Nation Fire Leaves One Dead

Thunder Bay Crime Report
PIKANGIKUM – A house fire on Sunday has left one person dead in Pikangikum First Nation. The incident is...

Wasaya Continues Re-organization Efforts

Tom Morris is the President and CEO of Wasaya.
Mixed Messages from Wasaya Airways THUNDER BAY -Updated - Wasaya Airways LP is undergoing a re-structuring. The company, in...

Lakehead University Fall Harvest 2014

Jasmine helps paint the tee-pee at Lakehead University.
Lakehead University Aboriginal Initiatives Shares with Thunder Bay THUNDER BAY – Sharing the culture opens the door to understanding....

Whats in the News? We Didn’t Start the Fire!

We didn't start the fire - Billy Joel
We Didn’t Start the Fire – Billy Joel THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – Flying recently across four provinces where...

Facebook Launching Internet Air Force

United States MQ-! Predator Drone
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is one of many people working fiercely on making Internet access a universal resource no...

Paul Sloan – On Municipal Conflict of Interest Act

Thunder Bay City Hall and the plaza are in great shape in downtown Fort William
THUNDER BAY – CIVIC - The Municipal Conflict of Interest Act (MCIA). Little known or appreciated by the public....

Lakehead University Set for Homecoming 2014!

Serious action in the third period at the Lakehead University Thunderwolves Basketball game
THUNDER BAY – SPORTS - The call out to Lakehead University Alumni is on. This coming weekend is Homecoming...

Heart Failure Research Continues

Mornings are the most dangerous for your heart. Cardiac care research continues
EDMONTON – HEALTH - Researchers at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry have explained how the function of a key protein in the heart changes in heart failure. Heart disease is the number-one killer in the...

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Missing Youth is a student at Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School in Thunder Bay.

Missing Youth in Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY -Natalie Kakegumick is a Dennis Franklin Cromarty student and has been reported missing. She has not been seen or responded to calls from friends for over twenty-four hours. Police, officials from Dennis Franklin Cromary, and friends have been looking for the young person. Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School, also known as DFC High […]


Posted 30 September 2014 by in Featured
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Thunder Bay City Hall and the plaza are in great shape in downtown Fort William

Paul Sloan – On Municipal Conflict of Interest Act

THUNDER BAY – CIVIC – The Municipal Conflict of Interest Act (MCIA). Little known or appreciated by the public. Very important for regulating elected municipal officials and protecting city tax money. Experts say it needs an update. It serves the interests of the ruling provincial party as is. I recently tried bringing three councillors before […]


Posted 30 September 2014 by in Civic Politics
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Mornings are the most dangerous for your heart. Cardiac care research continues

Heart Failure Research Continues

EDMONTON – HEALTH – Researchers at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry have explained how the function of a key protein in the heart changes in heart failure. Heart disease is the number-one killer in the developed world. The end stage of heart disease is heart failure, in which the heart cannot […]


Posted 30 September 2014 by in Health
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F-22 Raptor re-fueling over Syria - Photo United States Airforce

Airforce Stymies Islamic State With Airstrikes

WASHINGTON – Air power has stymied Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists, with the Air Force accomplishing 74 percent of the more than 240 airstrikes in Iraq and Syria since August 8, a senior Air Force official told reporters at the Pentagon on Monday. Maj. Gen. Jeff Harrigian, the Air Force’s assistant deputy […]


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Thunder Bay Crime Report

Pikangikum First Nation Fire Leaves One Dead

PIKANGIKUM – A house fire on Sunday has left one person dead in Pikangikum First Nation. The incident is under investigation by police and the Ontario Fire Marshal’s office Pikangikum Police Service received a report of a house fire on Lagoon Road within the Pikangikum First Nation Territory at 3:51AM CDT on September 28, 2014 […]


Posted 29 September 2014 by in Anishinabek
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Democracy in Hong Kong Supported by White House

White House: U.S. supports “aspirations of the Hong Kong people” WASHINGTON – The White House is expressing support for the protesters in Hong Kong who are seeking increased democracy in the city. The U.S. government is closely watching democracy protests in Hong Kong and said it supports the “aspirations of the Hong Kong people,” White […]


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Thunder Bay

Attawapiskat Drug Bust Keeps Oxycodone Out of Community

ATTAWAPISKAT – CRIME – The OPP and the Nishnawbe-Aski Police have had a success in Attawapiskat. On September 28, 2014, the Nishnawbe-Aski Police Drug Unit, Attawapiskat Detachment members, along with the assistance of the Ontario Provincial Police Drug Enforcement Unit intercepted illegal prescription pills destined for the First Nation Community of Attawapiskat. Police seized Oxycodone […]


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