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Sioux Lookout OPP Charge Two for Forcible Confinement

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SIOUX LOOKOUT – The Sioux Lookout Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) report that two men, residents of Sioux Lookout have been...

Northwestern Ontario Wildfire Update – May 30 2016

Two USFS BAE-146 retardant air tankers began air attack on Kenora Fire 018 on the afternoon of May 10 as part of a quick-strike agreement between Ontario, Manitoba, the U.S and the Great Lakes Forest Fire Compact.
Restricted Fire Zone Ended in Northwestern Ontario THUNDER BAY – Wet weather over the weekend has led to the...

We journey together toward the Restoration of the rights – Chief Day

Premier Wynne and Ontario Regional Chief Day
TORONTO – Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day on behalf of the Political Confederacy and the Chiefs of Ontario issued this...

Sioux Lookout Welcomes Provincial Investments in First Nations

Sioux Lookout is welcoming efforts by the Ontario Government in helping Indigenous people
Sioux Lookout Mayor Welcomes Ontario Efforts SIOUX LOOKOUT –  “The Municipality of Sioux Lookout applauds the two recent announcements...

Mid-Adolescence Alcohol Drinking Leads to Chronic Stress

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BINGHAMTON, NY – Drinking during early to mid-adolescence can lead to vulnerability to chronic stress, according to new research...

Netflix’s Latest Canadian Attractions

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THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – With around 40% of anglophone Canadians now using Netflix, it’s become clear that the streaming...

LG to Unveil Newest Television

LG Electronics (LG) is collaborating with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and satellite operator SES. to host a demonstration of High Dynamic Range (HDR) broadcast technologies at the ninth SES Industry Days conference this week in Luxembourg.
SEOUL – TECH ― “LG has been at the forefront of television innovation for decades,” said Wayne Park, Executive Vice...

100 People Participate in Climate Change Townhalls

Climate Change Debate
THUNDER BAY – Climate – The Honourable Patty Hajdu, Member of Parliament for Thunder Bay-Superior North and Mr. Don Rusnak, Member...

BEN GEYER TAKES FIRST ROUND LEAD AT FREEDOM 55 FINANCIAL OPEN

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VANCOUVER – SPORTS – Arbuckle, California’s Ben Geyer opened with a 7-under 65 at Point Grey Golf and Country Club...

Beat the Summer Sweats with Talc

Health and Beauty
THUNDER BAY – BEAUTY – I know we all know the main use for talcum powder aka baby powder : to keep wet/sweaty areas dry.   But googling quickly can get scary,  what is it made up of and...

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Two USFS BAE-146 retardant air tankers began air attack on Kenora Fire 018 on the afternoon of May 10 as part of a quick-strike agreement between Ontario, Manitoba, the U.S and the Great Lakes Forest Fire Compact.

Northwestern Ontario Wildfire Update – May 30 2016

Restricted Fire Zone Ended in Northwestern Ontario THUNDER BAY – Wet weather over the weekend has led to the lifting of fire restrictions in both Thunder Bay and across Northwestern Ontario. A Restricted Fire Zone that has been in place across Northwestern Ontario, except the far north, has been lifted effective 06:00 p.m. May 30. […]


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Sioux Lookout is welcoming efforts by the Ontario Government in helping Indigenous people

Sioux Lookout Welcomes Provincial Investments in First Nations

Sioux Lookout Mayor Welcomes Ontario Efforts SIOUX LOOKOUT –  “The Municipality of Sioux Lookout applauds the two recent announcements by the Province of Ontario related to funding for First Nations issues. Ontario’s First Nations Health Action Plan and Ontario’s Commitment to Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples show Provincial recognition of the serious issues facing indigenous people […]


Posted 30 May 2016 by in Business
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Thunder Bay Police Service

$900K Seized in Major Drug Operation Raids

THUNDER BAY – CRIMEBEAT – The Thunder Bay Police have announced a major drug bust. In a media release, TBPS state, “On the evening of Friday May 27, 2016, the Thunder Bay Police Service Intelligence Unit in co-operation with the Ontario Ministry of Finance, the Manitoba Ministry of Finance and the Ontario Provincial Police concluded a […]


Posted 30 May 2016 by in News
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Premier Wynne and Ontario Regional Chief Day

We journey together toward the Restoration of the rights – Chief Day

TORONTO – Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day on behalf of the Political Confederacy and the Chiefs of Ontario issued this statement in the Ontario legislature today regarding the Ontario’s Statement of Reconciliation: “Today, we journey together toward the Restoration of the rights originally recognized through sacred and binding Treaties with our Ancestors; and Reparation of lives of […]


Posted 30 May 2016 by in Anishinaabe
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Airbus Group Sticking to Delivery Targets

Airbus Deliveries for A320neo and A350 Jets HAMBURG (Reuters) – The planemaking arm of Airbus Group is sticking to targets for deliveries of A320neo and A350 jets in 2016, despite a slow start to the year due to a disruption in supplies of engines and cabin equipment. The European company is expected to outline to […]


Posted 30 May 2016 by in Aviation
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"No apology can change the past, nor can the act of apology alone change the future. We must change the future — together — day by day and generation by generation. In making this apology and through this action plan, I hope to demonstrate our government’s commitment to changing the future by building relationships based on trust, respect and Indigenous Peoples’ inherent right to self-government." — Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario

Ontario issues Historic Apology over Residential Schools

QUEEN’S PARK – Ontario has taken key steps in recent months to establish and build respectful nation to nation relationships with the province’s Indigenous people. Today, Ontario Premier Wynne stood in a special session of the Legislature at Queen’s Park and issued a formal apology over the role Ontario played in the Residential School era. […]


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