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Never has so much been owed by so many by so few – Winston Churchill

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Battle of Britian Remembered OTTAWA – “Never has so much been owed by so many by so few”. Winston...

No Plan B for action as there is no Planet B on Climate – UN SecGen

People rallied and paraded across the globe today in support of action on climate change.
NEW YORK – CLIMATE - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today told what is thought to be the largest...

Kitchenuhmaykoosib Welcome Distinguished Guests to First Nation

Countess of Wessex inspects an honour guard of Canadian Rangers and Junior Canadian Rangers on her arrival in Kitchenuhmaykoosib
Kitchenuhmaykoosib Visited by Countess of Wessex and Premier Wynne Kitchenuhmaykoosib – The Countess of Wessex, Sophie Rhys-Jones, Ontario Premier Kathleen...

Land Transfer Tax Could Take Jobs from Thunder Bay

Money Land Transfer Tax
THUNDER BAY - Thunder Bay could face a lose of almost 400 jobs, and sixty million in economic activity...

Lakehead University Fall Harvest 2014

Jasmine helps paint the tee-pee at Lakehead University.
Lakehead University Aboriginal Initiatives Shares with Thunder Bay THUNDER BAY – Sharing the culture opens the door to understanding....

Preme Hosting Party for CD Launch and Dew Drop Inn

Preme is hosting a fundraiser at the Westfort in support of the Dew Drop Inn.
Preme Putting on Shows and Fundraisers THUNDER BAY – Preme presents.. CITY UNITED .. A Hip-Hop showcase in support...

Apple iPhone 6 Buzz is Global

The Apple iPhone 6 is generating lots of excitement
It’s Here: Apple iPhone 6 Hits Consumer Hands THUNDER BAY – TECHNOLOGY – Apple’s new iPhone 6 is generating...

Dryden Chamber of Commerce Hosts Election Debate

Dryden faces the future with hope, and seeks to solve financial issues in the community.
DRYDEN - The Board of Directors for the Dryden District Chamber of Commerce are hosting an All Candidates Forum...

Superior International Junior Hockey Underway

photo by James Mirabelli
Exciting SIJHL Season Set to Go THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – Season No. 14 for the Superior International Junior...

Ebola Virus – Greatest Peacetime Challenge for United Nations

Passengers about to depart from Lagos airport, Nigeria, are being checked for their body temperature to make sure they don't have fever, one symptom of Ebola. Photo: WHO/S. Bolton
Ebola lockdown brings Sierra Leone capital to a halt NEW YORK – NEWS – The fight against Ebola will cost as much as $1billion according to the United Nations. The cost estimate was released Friday. Dr Margaret Chan, the...

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Preme is hosting a fundraiser at the Westfort in support of the Dew Drop Inn.

Preme Hosting Party for CD Launch and Dew Drop Inn

Preme Putting on Shows and Fundraisers THUNDER BAY – Preme presents.. CITY UNITED .. A Hip-Hop showcase in support of the Dew Drop Inn for Thanksgiving Dinner. “We have amazing sponsors who also donated giveaways and their time to help out the community! Including all of the artists who are performing,” shares Preme. The local […]


Posted 21 September 2014 by in Entertainment
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Dryden faces the future with hope, and seeks to solve financial issues in the community.

Dryden Chamber of Commerce Hosts Election Debate

DRYDEN – The Board of Directors for the Dryden District Chamber of Commerce are hosting an All Candidates Forum for Candidates for Municipal Council on Tuesday, September 30th as part of the 2014 Municipal Election. The Forum is scheduled for 7:00PM CDT on September 30th at The Centre in Dryden. Chamber Chair and moderator of […]


Posted 21 September 2014 by in Civic Politics
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Pictured left to right: United Nations Messenger of Peace, Leonardo DiCaprio and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. UN Photo/Mark Garten Pictured left to right: United Nations Messenger of Peace, Leonardo DiCaprio and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. UN Photo/Mark Garten

Leonardo DiCaprio Joins UN as New Voice for Climate

United Nations Climate Conference Starts NEW YORK – Environment – The United Nations Secretary-General’s day long Climate Summit in New York on Sept. 23rd will draw about 120 heads of state, and many lower-ranking officials, according to a list of speakers the U.N. released this week. President Barack Obama will attend on behalf of the […]


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photo by James Mirabelli

Superior International Junior Hockey Underway

Exciting SIJHL Season Set to Go THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – Season No. 14 for the Superior International Junior Hockey League got underway this weekend on two fronts as a pair of contests were on the opening night slate. Action got underway at the Ear Falls Arena as the English River Miners hosted the Dryden […]


Posted 21 September 2014 by in SIJHL Hockey
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This is the Paul R. Tregurtha aground in an earlier incident

Paul R. Tregurtha Runs Aground in Duluth

Largest Ship on Great Lakes Runs Aground DULUTH – The Paul R. Tregurtha, the largest ship on the Great Lakes ran aground in Duluth Harbor just off Bayfront Festival Park around 3:20 in the afternoon on Saturday. The Paul R. Tregurtha was pulled off the shore and is now undergoing inspection by the United States […]


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