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Sioux Lookout Wins Award of Excellence for Water Plant

Sioux Lookout Ontario
Sioux Lookout, ON – The Municipality of Sioux Lookout have announced that the town has won, in conjunction with JR...

Vancouver Residents Protest Slow Oil Spill Clean-up in English Bay

Environmental War
Growing Frustration Over Environmental Issues VANCOUVER – ENVIRONMENT – On Saturday April 25th at 4 pm, hundreds of community...

First Nations Rally in Pic Mobert Against Nuclear Waste in Territories

Chiefs at the Rally
PIC MOBERT FN – ENVIRONMENT – “Today I had the honour and privilege to speak at a rally with...

Ontario Forest Industries Association Pleased with Ontario Budget

Forestry will be impacted by climate change
THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – The Ontario Forest Industries Association (OFIA) welcomes Premier Wynne’s 2015 Provincial Budget and its support...

Toddlers Using Tablets and Smartphones by Age One

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SAN DIEGO – More than one-third of babies are tapping on smartphones and tablets even before they learn to...

Bachelors of Hope Top the $1 Million Mark

The theme at the 17th Annual Elekta Bachelors for Hope Charity Auction was the 1920s and the ladies dressed to impress! This year, the event surpassed the $1 million mark, with $86,176 raised, bringing the 17-year total to $1,025,765. All funds raised go directly to enhancing breast cancer care in Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario.
THUNDER BAY – Entertainment – It’s official – the 17th Annual Elekta Bachelors for Hope Charity Auction surpassed the...

Book Clash: Paper vs Paper-White

Book Clash: Paper vs Paper-White
THUNDER BAY –  TECH – Since the first e-reader was launched into the consumer market in the late 90s, an...

From the House – John Rafferty – Federal Budget Helps Wealthy and Passes the Buck

Parliament Hill
Federal Budget Misses Target OTTAWA – After much stalling and anticipation federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver finally rose to present...

PGA TOUR Canada California Q-School Leader at 54 Hole Turn

The exciting final round of the PGA TOUR Canada Staal Foundation Open is heading onto the course
Lompoc, Calif. – Antibes, France’s Julien Brun earned medalist honours at PGA TOUR Canada’s California Qualifying Tournament on Friday,...

Increase Your Cancer IQ: New online tool featured across the Northwest

Cancer Care Ontario and Regional Cancer Care Northwest at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) are travelling across the Northwest to promote a new online cancer risk assessment tool called ‘My CancerIQ’. Increase your cancer IQ by visiting www.mycanceriq.ca.
THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – It’s time for all Ontarians to increase their cancer IQ using a new online cancer risk assessment tool called My CancerIQ. In less than 10 minutes, Ontarians can find out their personal risks for breast,...

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Sioux Lookout Ontario

Sioux Lookout Wins Award of Excellence for Water Plant

Sioux Lookout, ON – The Municipality of Sioux Lookout have announced that the town has won, in conjunction with JR Cousin Consultants Ltd. of Winnipeg, MB, the 2015 Association of Consulting Engineering Companies (Manitoba) Award of Excellence for its design and construction of the Sioux Lookout Water Treatment Plant Process Wastewater Treatment Project. “The Municipality was […]


Posted 26 April 2015 by in Featured
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The theme at the 17th Annual Elekta Bachelors for Hope Charity Auction was the 1920s and the ladies dressed to impress! This year, the event surpassed the $1 million mark, with $86,176 raised, bringing the 17-year total to $1,025,765. All funds raised go directly to enhancing breast cancer care in Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario.

Bachelors of Hope Top the $1 Million Mark

THUNDER BAY – Entertainment – It’s official – the 17th Annual Elekta Bachelors for Hope Charity Auction surpassed the $1 million mark on April 16, with $86,176 raised, bringing the 17-year total to $1,025,765. Even better, every dollar raised that night was matched by The Paterson Foundation to support Exceptional Cancer Care in Northwestern Ontario. […]


Posted 26 April 2015 by in Celebrities
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OPSEU workers have voted for strike action

Teachers in Sudbury Rainbow District 3 Set For Strike Monday April 27th

SUDBURY, ON –  It appears classes are off for students in the Rainbox District in Sudbury.  District 3, Rainbow, of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF/FEESO) report that negotiations with the Rainbow District School Board have failed to result in an agreement and high school teachers and occasional teachers will be on strike as […]


Posted 25 April 2015 by in Featured
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