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United States and Cuba To Normalize Diplomatic Relations

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Obama: US Will End ‘Outdated Approach’ With Cuba WASHINGTON - United States President Obama has declared that the United...

Snow for Christmas Looking Very Possible

There will be snow for Christmas if the latest forecast is right.
THUNDER BAY – WEATHER - Heading into the Christmas holiday season, the long-term forecast is calling for snow. Starting...

Mishkeegogamang First Nation Furniture Drive Helps

Furniture Drive for Northern Communities Help
Canadians Helping in Our Own Backyard THUNDER BAY – Gary Wasaykeesic is a man on a mission. That mission is...

Energy Ministers Meet to Plan North American Strategy

The Honourable Greg Rickford, Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources (far right), Dr. Ernest Moniz, U.S. Secretary of Energy (far left), and Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, Mexico’s Secretary of Energy (centre), discuss strategic vision for North America's energy sector on Monday, December 15, 2014
Energy Ministers Meet To Discuss Strategic Vision OTTAWA / WASHINGTON – ENERGY - “North America is a secure, responsible and...

New Directions Speakers’ School Graduates Powerful Voices for Social Justice

New Directions Speakers School Graduates at City Hall in Thunder Bay
THUNDER BAY - The New Directions Speakers’ School held its speech presentations and graduation at Thunder Bay City Hall...

Pokerstars Sets Path to Expand

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LAS VEGAS – ENTERTAINMENT - After dealing one billion hands and collecting over 50 million members, poker giant PokerStars...

Get Set for the Geminids Meteor Shower!

Hubble Space Telescope image of largest known population of globular clusters, in Abell 1689 galaxy grouping. Image Credit: NASA/ESA
Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream Geninids Meteor Shower Livestream THUNDER BAY – SPACE -The Geminids are one of...

Thunder Bay Council Prepping Residents for Tax Hikes?

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THUNDER BAY – CIVIC POLITICS - Thunder Bay City Council appears to be preparing residents for a tough budget...

NDC Finds Its Stride!

NDC SKIER SCOTT HILL FOLLOWS TEAM MATE BOB THOMPSON AROUND THE COURSE.
THUNDER BAY – SPORTS - The National Development Camp started off its official race season this weekend in Rossland,...

10 Years Building a Healthy Future 2013: Going 100% Smoke-Free

Smoke Free Care Kit at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre
THUNDER BAY – HEALTH - September 30, 2013 marked an important milestone for the entire community of Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC), including patients and families across Northwestern Ontario. “Today TBRHSC joins an ever-growing number of hospitals...

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Furniture Drive for Northern Communities Help

Mishkeegogamang First Nation Furniture Drive Helps

Canadians Helping in Our Own Backyard THUNDER BAY – Gary Wasaykeesic is a man on a mission. That mission is helping in his home community of Mishkeegogamang First Nation. Wasaykeesic headed a furniture driver for Mishkeegogamang First Nation that resulted in an 18 wheeler of furniture being donated to his community that was gathered in Toronto. The […]


Posted 18 December 2014 by in Anishinabek
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There will be snow for Christmas if the latest forecast is right.

Snow for Christmas Looking Very Possible

THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – Heading into the Christmas holiday season, the long-term forecast is calling for snow. Starting on Sunday, the long term forecast suggests up to 43 cm of snow could fall before December 25th. That is of course great news for skiers, sledders, and everyone looking to enjoy quiet times at home. […]


Posted 17 December 2014 by in Featured
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United States and Cuba To Normalize Diplomatic Relations

Obama: US Will End ‘Outdated Approach’ With Cuba WASHINGTON – United States President Obama has declared that the United States will end what the President calls an “Outdated approach” to Cuba. “Decades of U.S. isolation of Cuba have failed to accomplish our objective of empowering Cubans to build an open and democratic country,” stated the […]


Posted 17 December 2014 by in Featured
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OPSEU Seeks Court Injunction to Stop SAMS

THUNDER BAY – The confusion and problems caused by the implementation of the new SAMS program in Ontario to issue social assistance payments caused delays in payments, and in some cases payments made that should not have been made. The Ontario Public Service Employees Union, OPSEU, is seeking a court injunction to halt the use […]


Posted 17 December 2014 by in Featured
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Calendar Parking Rules Help Thunder Bay City Crews do a better job.

Thunder Bay Calendar Parking Rules in Effect

THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – Due to weather conditions, city-wide calendar parking restrictions are coming into effect starting today “The implementation of calendar parking restrictions for this winter is based on recent snowfall, as well as the forecast, which is calling for more snow,” said James Coady, Manager – Parking Authority. “Motorists are asked to […]


Posted 17 December 2014 by in Featured
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New Directions Speakers School Graduates at City Hall in Thunder Bay

New Directions Speakers’ School Graduates Powerful Voices for Social Justice

THUNDER BAY – The New Directions Speakers’ School held its speech presentations and graduation at Thunder Bay City Hall tonight. The graduates presented their speeches to a full audience, and a panel of evaluators. New Directions Speakers’ School was founded in 2008 as a part of the Thunder Bay Injured Workers Support Group. The school […]


Posted 16 December 2014 by in Featured
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Thunder Bay Police are seeking witnesses to an accident that happened on Monday

Thunder Bay Police Seek Witnesses to Help in Accident Investigation

THUNDER BAY – CRIME – Thunder Bay Police are seeking witnesses to an accident that happened Monday morning. Police share, “On Monday morning at about 8:00AM police responded to the intersection of Balmoral St and William St (by the Thunder Bay District Health Unit) regarding an auto-pedestrian collision. Officers determined that a thirty-five-year-old male pedestrian […]


Posted 16 December 2014 by in Featured
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