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FEBRUARY 18, 2018 – Northwestern Ontario Daystarter

Sasha DiGiulian leads the Bridal Veil climb the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, USA, on 18 January, 2018. // Andy Mann / Red Bull Content Pool //
THUNDER BAY – DAYSTARTER – Good morning Thunder Bay. Environment Canada has issued a Special Weather Statement for Thunder...

Weather – Snowstorm Headed to Thunder Bay

A major winter storm is expect to hit southern Saskatchewan and Manitoba early Monday lasting until Tueday
THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – Environment Canada has issued a Special Weather Statement for Thunder Bay and the region...

Medical School Grads Connect to Remote First Nations

Northern Ontario School of Medicine
NOSM, Matawa, and Eabametoong First Nation Create a unique family medicine residency opportunity for medical school graduates THUNDER BAY...

Thunder Bay Wins Awards for TTC Ads

Doug Murray, new head of the CEDC
THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay’s Community Economic Development Commission (CEDC) has won an Economic Developers Council of Ontario (EDCO)...

Apple Dessert Pizza – An Ontario Treat

Apple Dessert Pizza - Foodland Ontario
THUNDER BAY – FOOD – Looking for a tasty snack, or dessert or even a great Sunday breakfast idea?...

Red Bull Crashed Ice – Naasz ignites title fight in France 

Jacqueline Legere of Canada, Sandrine Rangeon of France, Anais Morand of Switzerland and Amanda Trunzo of the United States compete during the finals of Women at the seventh stage of the ATSX Ice Cross Downhill World Championship at the Red Bull Crashed Ice in Marseille, France on February 17, 2018. // Sebastian Marko/Red Bull Content Pool //
Incredible high-speed passing maneuvers, bone-jarring crashes, heart-stopping action and clutch performances made the Red Bull Crashed Ice race in...

Beware of Honeypot WiFi Networks

Online Shopping
TORONTO – The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is warning the public that there are fake wireless networks that...

Pension for Life plan puts Canada’s Veterans and their families first

Hon. Bob Nault making announcement on Fednor Funding
By Bob Nault MP Week of February 19, 2018 The brave men and women of Canada’s military dedicate themselves...

Rally Racing – Cool Neuville nets Sweden victory to claim overall lead from Ogier

Thierry Neuville (BEL) seen during FIA World Rally Championship 2018 in Torsby, Sweden on 18.02.2018 // Jaanus Ree/Red Bull Content Pool //
Belgian becomes only third non-Nordic driver to win WRC’s only pure winter rally. Ice-cool Thierry Neuville kept calm in...

Opportunity to Increase Opioid Dependence Treatment in Ontario Jails

Thunder Bay District Jail
Hamilton, ON – HEALTH – A study from McMaster University suggests more can be done to improve access to...

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Thunderwolves Green wins the 2017-18 Molson Cup

Devin Green Wins the Molson Cup Trophy for 2017-18

By John Payetta THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – Lakehead Thunderwolves’ junior goaltender Devin Green (Calgary, AB) is the winner of the Molson Cup trophy for the 2017-18 season. Finishing second in standings is junior Nic Renyard (Victoria, BC), marking the first time that two goalies will have their name inscribed on the trophy in the same

Posted 18 February 2018 by in Featured
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Jacqueline Legere of Canada, Sandrine Rangeon of France, Anais Morand of Switzerland and Amanda Trunzo of the United States compete during the finals of Women at the seventh stage of the ATSX Ice Cross Downhill World Championship at the Red Bull Crashed Ice in Marseille, France on February 17, 2018. // Sebastian Marko/Red Bull Content Pool //

Red Bull Crashed Ice – Naasz ignites title fight in France 

Incredible high-speed passing maneuvers, bone-jarring crashes, heart-stopping action and clutch performances made the Red Bull Crashed Ice race in Marseille one of the most exciting ever. American Cameron Naasz kept his hopes for a third straight ATSX Ice Cross Downhill World Championship alive with a dramatic win as did Canada’s Jacqueline Legere in the women’s

Posted 18 February 2018 by in Entertainment
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