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Patricia and David. Photographer David Bresolin says,
Patricia and David. Photographer David Bresolin says, "I call this picture 'Dreams Do Come True' ".

Patricia and David. Photographer David Bresolin says, "I call this picture 'Dreams Do Come True' ".
Patricia and David. Photographer David Bresolin says, “I call this picture ‘Dreams Do Come True’ “.

Make your dreams come true in Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – News – Thunder Bay Manager of Tourism Paul Pepe enthuses, “With 100,000 copies in circulation throughout North America and beyond and with 8,000 downloads annually, the Thunder Bay Experience Book remains the community’s top visitor attraction printed resource.  It entices visitors to stay longer and spend more in our city and surrounding area. A lot of travelers come into the city at Christmas to visit with family and friends.  The book makes a great resource and stocking stuffer.”

Get your copy online at www.visitthunderbay.ca
Get your copy online at www.visitthunderbay.ca

Released in time for Christmas, the complimentary Thunder Bay Experience Magazine is available at the Terry Fox Information Centre.  It is also available online at visitthunderbay.com and on brochure racks throughout the city including hotels, motels, the Thunder Bay Airport, major shopping outlets, select restaurants and tourist attractions.

The 2014 Thunder Bay Experience Magazine celebrates the people and places that make Thunder Bay and its surrounding area one of Canada’s Best Outdoor Cities.  With stories that feature the legacy of our Finnish heritage, world-class rock climbing and cool pastimes like dogsledding to spotlighting the world flavours waiting to excite the palates of diners –  this edition will most definitely energize your adventurous side and inspire you to invite out of town family and friends to join you!

Paul Pepe, Manager of Tourism, says “With 100,000 copies in circulation throughout North America and beyond and with 8,000 downloads annually, the Thunder Bay Experience Book remains the community’s top visitor attraction printed resource.  It entices visitors to stay longer and spend more in our city and surrounding area. A lot of travelers come into the city at Christmas to visit with family and friends.  The book makes a great resource and stocking stuffer.”

Complete with exploring and adventure ideas, stunning photography and a handy pull-out map insert featuring city streets, bus routes and Thunder Bay’s commuter and recreational trails, the Thunder Bay Experience Magazine is a must have for anyone visiting the city or for locals welcoming guests.  An online version can also be downloaded at www.visitthunderbay.com

The City of Thunder Bay – Tourism Division is thrilled to announce the release of the digital and print 2014 editions of Thunder Bay Experience Magazine – the City’s number one resource guide for visitors to the area or for locals seeking to rediscover the community.

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Nathan is your typical teen who cares about his community and the general surroundings around him. As a member of the Thunder Bay Youth Strategy, Nathan began volunteering at a young age helping at places like the Regional Multicultural Youth Council. Now volunteering for around 7 years to various organizations and charities, he uses his knowledge and his experience to help out where he can. Nathan is currently still a part of the Thunder Bay Youth Strategy and the RMYC, which is a Regional Youth Council that focuses on youth problems. He enjoys being in some kind of sound/lighting booth, Singing, being with friends/family and volunteering.