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Student Union Brings REDress Project to Confederation College

Artist Jaime Black (left) and Student Union President Chris Cartwright stand by one of over 100 red dresses displayed on campus this week.
THUNDER BAY, ON – The Student Union of Confederation College (SUCCI) has brought the REDress Project to campus this...

Toronto Starts March Issuing Extreme Cold Advisory

2015 has been a year of weather extremes
TORONTO – WEATHER - March is coming in like a lion in Toronto. Dr. David McKeown, Toronto’s Medical Officer...

Nishnawbe Aski Nation Shares Frustration with Family of MMIW

NAN Deputy Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler
THUNDER BAY – ANISHINAWBEK – Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Deputy Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler acknowledged the frustration of families...

Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce Concerned Over Budget Direction

Chamber of Commerce
THUNDER BAY – NEWS – “The business community is concerned with the ongoing increases in taxes and user fees and...

Walking With Our Sisters – Thunder Bay Community Meeting

Women sharing the story of the missing and murdered sisters is a way to remember and honour the women, and to respect them too.
THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Walking With Our Sisters Thunder Bay will host a Community Conversation on International Women’s day,...

$518,747 Raised in Boston Pizza Valentine’s Day Fundraiser

Some serious cheese and smiles at Boston Pizza with Valentine's Day Charity raising
TORONTO - If you shared a pizza at Boston Pizza on Valentine’s Day, you helped charity too. Boston Pizza...

Winter Weather Extremes Ice Up Lake Superior

Ice Coverage over Lake Superior as captured on February 19 2015
THUNDER BAY  – TECH - Cold weather across the eastern half of North America has Lake Superior, and the Great...

Elizabeth May on the Future of Public Broadcasting in Canada

Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada at book signing at the Prince Arthur Hotel in Thunder Bay Ontario
The Future of Public Broadcasting THUNDER BAY – POLITICS - Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada...

Ultimate Gymnastics Continue Impressive Run At Provincial Qualifiers

The Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Provincial squad from Ultimate Gymnastics
THUNDER BAY – SPORTS - The Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Provincial squad from Ultimate Gymnastics continued its streak of podium...

No Health Benefit to Eating Small Meals

Eating-Healthy
VICTORIA, BC – HEALTH - A few years ago I dug into and ended up debunking a large number of diet and food myths. Alongside the main course of fat, sugar, salt, and so on, I looked into a...

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Chamber of Commerce

Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce Concerned Over Budget Direction

THUNDER BAY – NEWS – “The business community is concerned with the ongoing increases in taxes and user fees and the limited interest within Council to reduce year-over-year operating spending,” says Charla Robinson, President of the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce. “A majority of the reductions in this year’s budget were delays in spending that will […]


Posted 3 March 2015 by in Business
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Regional Crime Report

Busy Weekend for Dryden Police

DRYDEN – It was a busy weekend for Dryden Police. Dryden Police are investigating a report of mischief in the Elvis Street area. A resident contacted police on Friday morning after finding that someone had attempted to enter his vehicle overnight. The door handle on the driver’s side was broken off and there was a […]


Posted 3 March 2015 by in Local Regional
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The Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Provincial squad from Ultimate Gymnastics

Ultimate Gymnastics Continue Impressive Run At Provincial Qualifiers

THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – The Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Provincial squad from Ultimate Gymnastics continued its streak of podium dominance with another strong showing this weekend in Ottawa. With a trip to the Provincial Championships in Windsor on the line, Ultimate’s athletes responded, posting yet again very solid All-­‐Around qualifying scores, snagging a total of […]


Posted 3 March 2015 by in Featured
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City Council needs a new process for creating a budget

Building a Better Budget Process for Thunder Bay

Late Nights and Last Minute Cuts Not the Path to Success THUNDER BAY – EDITORIAL – Thunder Bay City Council ratified the 2015 Budget last night with a 3.18% tax increase. In passing the budget, Council also demonstrated that an entirely new approach to the budget process is needed. Last night as Council gathered to […]


Posted 3 March 2015 by in Editorial
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