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Police Investigate Sudden Death on Northside

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THUNDER BAY – The Thunder Bay Police Service are currently conducting a sudden death investigation after receiving a call of...

Snow Squalls for East Superior Shore

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THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – Road conditions are expected to be variable over the coming day as snow and...

Gord Downie Honoured at AFN Assembly

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THUNDER BAY – Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler and First Nation leaders honoured Canadian musician Gord...

Strong Season for Port of Thunder Bay

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THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – The Port of Thunder Bay recorded a strong November and is expected to move...

Salvation Army Christmas Dinner set for Valhalla Inn

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THUNDER BAY – The Valhalla Inn is preparing a Christmas feast for the guests who attend the 23rd Annual Salvation...

Parade of Lights 2016 Amazing Success

Merry Christmas, Seasons Greeting - Thank-you and Miigwetch!
Parade of Lights Thrills Thunder Bay THUNDER BAY – The Parade of Lights in Thunder Bay for 2016 is...

The Evolution of Long-Distance Telephone Calls

A guest uses her Iphone to take pictures in Cannes
THUNDER BAY – TECH – For most people today, the idea that “Long-Distance” telephone calls we expensive is a...

Bob Nault MP – Kenora to Ottawa

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Food security becomes a focus in Northwestern Ontario By Bob Nault MP KENORA – POLITICS – Week of December...

NFL – WHAT TO LOOK FOR – WEEK 14

National Football League Playoffs 2012-2013
​BROWN IN THE BOOKS: Pittsburgh wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN ties for the NFL lead with 88 receptions this season...

Donors Enhance Patient Care Through New Equipment in Laboratory

Patient care is improving at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, thanks to the recent addition of Polymerase Chain Reaction equipment in the clinical laboratory, which was generously funded thanks to donors. Pictured here are donors, Nancy and Graham Post (left and 2nd from right), along with (left to right) Georgia Carr, Manager, Clinical Lab, Jody Nesti, Chair, Board of Directors, Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation, Wendy Gouliquer, Clinical Coordinator, Microbiology and Hilary McIver, Manager, Infection Control and Risk Management. Thanks to this new equipment, testing for antibiotic resistant infections like MRSA or VRE can now be done in as little as an hour, as opposed to 2-5 days, which is significant as patients can be treated sooner and removed from isolation when appropriate.
THUNDER BAY – Polymerase Chain Reaction testing, known more commonly as ‘PCR’, is a remarkable, gene-based technology that is quickly...

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National Football League Playoffs 2012-2013

NFL – WHAT TO LOOK FOR – WEEK 14

​BROWN IN THE BOOKS: Pittsburgh wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN ties for the NFL lead with 88 receptions this season and has totaled 463 catches since 2013. With seven catches at Buffalo on Sunday, Brown would have the most receptions by a player over any four-year span in NFL history, passing Pro Football Hall of Famer

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Crime Report

Police Investigate Sudden Death on Northside

THUNDER BAY – The Thunder Bay Police Service are currently conducting a sudden death investigation after receiving a call of a male on the ground in the parking lot of the Prince Arthur Hotel just after 7:00 a.m. this morning. When emergency services arrived it was determined that his vital signs were absent. He was transported

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Dianna Atkinson, President of CAMAT; Takwana Nhau, Shelter House; Matilda Ankrah, President of the African Caribbean Student Association at LU. Food donations collected by CAMAT for the Shelter House Thunder Bay.

CAMAT Enjoys International Dinner in Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – Each year the Caribbean African Multicultural Association of Thunder Bay (CAMAT) hosts an International Christmas Dinner for community members and families in Thunder Bay. This event highlights the diversity in Thunder Bay and brings families from different parts of the world and cultures together during this very special time of year. For

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