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Panic on Gaza Streets

A little girl cries as medics attend to her injuries at al-Shifa hospital, Gaza City (18 July). UNICEF/Eyad El Baba
War Rages on Over Calls for Peace TEL AVIV – INTERNATIONAL – Israel has upped the offensive. Today Israeli...

Canada’s Cities Spearhead Climate Action – David Suzuki

Although cities cover just 2% of the world’s surface, they produce more than 60% of CO2 emissions
VANCOUVER – OPINION - What’s often overlooked amid the dire warnings about global warming’s impacts is that actions to...

Take One – Wabun Youth Gathering Changing Lives

SUICIDE PREVENTION was one of the major themes covered in workshops during the eighth annual Wabun Youth Gathering held from July 14 to 25 at the Eco Lodge in Elk Lake Ontario. Pictured are the Wabun Youth Senior participants who took part in the event.
WABUN LAKE FN – HEALTH - Jean Lemieux and Mike Archer of Wabun Tribal Council Health Services took the...

Tbaytel for Good Seeks Community Input

Tbaytel for good launched
THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS -  Tbaytel is once again asking for input from the communities it serves to help...

Tips to Avoid Car Accidents

Motor Vehicle Accident at Victoria and May Street.
Drive Safe and Be Road Aware THUNDER BAY – LIVING - Nobody wants to have a car accident but...

The Hobbit – Battle of Five Armies

The Hobbit
HOLLYWOOD – Many people thought that J.R.R. Tolkien wrote Lord of the Rings with the rising power of the...

Researchers in Rome Studying Breast Cancer Genome

MRI machine at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre
ROME – TECHNOLOGY – Genome research is working to solve issues with cancer, diabetes, and other diseases including lung...

Canada’s Economy Downgraded – John Rafferty MP

Parliament Hill
THUNDER BAY – POLITICS - This week Canada’s economy was downgraded by the International Monetary Fund, new statistics showed...

Dryden Ice Dogs Alumni Heads to Northland

Dryden Ice Dogs
DRYDEN – SIJHL HOCKEY – Chris Belhumeur will be playing for Northland College, in Ashland, Wisconsin this season. Former...

Establishing Culturally Sensitive Environment at Thunder Bay Regional

The purpose of participating in a sweat lodge varies from purification and cleansing to healing. Above is a traditional sweat lodge.
Thunder Bay Regional Aboriginal Engagement Gains Results THUNDER BAY – HEALTH - A key strategic priority of Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) in Aboriginal Health is to establish an environment that is culturally sensitive and welcoming to...

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A little girl cries as medics attend to her injuries at al-Shifa hospital, Gaza City (18 July). UNICEF/Eyad El Baba

Panic on Gaza Streets

War Rages on Over Calls for Peace TEL AVIV – INTERNATIONAL – Israel has upped the offensive. Today Israeli Military Forces have blown up the major power station that supplied electricity to homes and businesses in the Gaza Strip. The move came after a night of escalated attacks. The Israeli Department of Foreign Affairs states, […]


Posted 29 July 2014 by in Featured
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Millions of litres of fuel burning in Tripoli as Libya continues to decend into fighting

Libya Falling into Deep Turmoil as Fighting Rages

Worst Fighting Since 2011 in Libya TRIPOLI – INTERNATIONAL – A huge fuel depot in Libya’s capital was burning out of control on Tuesday, set ablaze in fighting between rival militias that has driven the country to chaos. Three years after the NATO-backed revolt that toppled Muammar Gaddafi, two rival brigades of former rebels fighting […]


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MRI machine at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre

Researchers in Rome Studying Breast Cancer Genome

ROME – TECHNOLOGY – Genome research is working to solve issues with cancer, diabetes, and other diseases including lung ailments. The research is global in scope. In Thunder Bay Dr. Albert is doing research into lung ailments, including asthma. In Rome, researchers are studying breast cancer. “Within our research pipeline focused on the metabolism and […]


Posted 29 July 2014 by in Technology
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Neither rain, nor disparaging comments keep Thunder Bay Police from their duties.

Thunder Bay Police Busy in Rain

THUNDER BAY – Perhaps Thunder Bay Police should adopt the slogan of the US Postal Service? Neither rain, nor sleet or snow keeps uniformed officers of the Thunder Bay Police Service from their appointed rounds. Tonight in the midst of a downpour, uniformed officers were out working to keep our city safer. Just south of […]


Posted 28 July 2014 by in CrimeBeat
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City Council heard from Administration on Youth Centres today and in a unanimous vote turned down Administration

Youth Win in Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay City Administration recommended pulling city assets out of Youth Centres Thunder Bay tonight at City Council. Youth TBay was the vehicle for an 18 month pilot project and the centre is seeking to move forward and continue operations. Miss Bailey speaking for Recreation and Culture was seeking to pull city […]


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Thunder Bay Fire Rescue

Thunder Bay Resolute Worker in Critical Condition

THUNDER BAY – A worker, injured at Resolute in Thunder Bay remains in critical condition after a workplace injury first reported on NetNewsLedger on Friday. The worker, whose name has not been released was pinned by machinery on Friday. He was taken from the workplace to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre by EMS. […]


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The Hobbit

The Hobbit – Battle of Five Armies

HOLLYWOOD – Many people thought that J.R.R. Tolkien wrote Lord of the Rings with the rising power of the Nazi might in Germany in mind. That has never been proven. However today, the 100 Anniversary of the start of World War One, and with Russian Troops massing on the border with Ukraine, the latest trailer […]


Posted 28 July 2014 by in Entertainment
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