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Thunder Bay Police Update on James Street Domestic Incident

Thunder Bay Police
THUNDER BAY - Thunder Bay Police are reporting on the domestic violence incident that happened earlier this week. Thunder...

Smelt Fishery on Great Lakes Declining

Smelts
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – ENVIRONMENT - The reasons for the dwindling population of smelt prey fish in the Great...

First Nations Leaders Seek Solutions on Murdered and Missing Women

National Roundtable in Ottawa has brought together people to share and plan how to prevent more missing and murdered women
OTTAWA – NEWS – First Nations leadership from across Canada met with government representatives including Ontario Premier Wynne, and the...

Bombardier CS300 Successful Maiden Flight

Bombardier CS300
Success for Bombardier CS300 MONTREAL - Another major milestone in Bombardier’s CSeries aircraft program was reached today with the...

Coke Fairlife – Milking healthy choices

FairLife Milk
With profits falling, Coke is marketing a ‘better’, healthier milk GUELPH, ON – LIVING - For decades, the soft drink...

Busy Night at the Central Canada Outdoor & Recreation Show

Kim shows off a beautiful Falcon at the Central Canada Outdoor & Recreation Show
Lots to See and Do in Thunder Bay THUNDER BAY – The Central Canada Outdoor & Recreation Show is...

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...

Federal Gas Tax Fund Helping Thunder Bay Infrastructure Projects

Minister Rickford, Minister Gravelle and Mayor Hobbs at Convention and Event Centre Announcement
THUNDER BAY – NEWS – “Our Government is pleased to provide Thunder Bay with flexible infrastructure funding that allows the...

Wes Homan Shares Memories of PGA TOUR Canada Staal Foundation Open Win

Wes Homan talks about his minus seven round of golf at the PGA TOUR Canada Staal Foundation Open
THUNDER BAY – GOLF - With the extended cold weather in Thunder Bay many people are heading south. For...

Influenza A Outbreak at Walford – Thunder Bay District Health Unit

Influenza A Outbreak
THUNDER BAY – HEALTH - The Thunder Bay District Health Unit reports that Influenza A has been identified as the respiratory outbreak at the Walford Retirement home located at 20 Pine Street. All admissions, transfers, discharges and social activities have...

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Bombardier CS300

Bombardier CS300 Successful Maiden Flight

Success for Bombardier CS300 MONTREAL – Another major milestone in Bombardier’s CSeries aircraft program was reached today with the maiden flight of the CS300 airliner. The technologically advanced CSeries aircraft will provide operators with an all-new family of single-aisle mainline jets specifically designed for the 100- to 149-seat market segment. The CS300 airliner – bearing […]


Posted 27 February 2015 by in Business
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Influenza A Outbreak

Influenza A Outbreak at Walford – Thunder Bay District Health Unit

THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – The Thunder Bay District Health Unit reports that Influenza A has been identified as the respiratory outbreak at the Walford Retirement home located at 20 Pine Street. All admissions, transfers, discharges and social activities have been cancelled until further notice. Visitors are restricted to family members and caregivers only, so please […]


Posted 27 February 2015 by in Featured
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Thunder Bay Police

Thunder Bay Police Update on James Street Domestic Incident

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police are reporting on the domestic violence incident that happened earlier this week. Thunder Bay Police state that “The two victims in this serious domestic violence incident remain in hospital recovering from the knife wounds sustained during this altercation. The efforts by both the TBPS patrol officers and paramedics who […]


Posted 27 February 2015 by in CrimeBeat
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Sharon Johnson and Thunder Bay Aboriginal Liaison Ann Magiskan remembering the murdered and missing Anishinabe women

National Gathering Brought Critical Mass to MMIW Effort

OTTAWA – The national roundtable today brought together more than 150 delegates including First Nations Chiefs, Premiers, federal and provincial ministers and representatives from First Nations organizations. Each invited organization, province and territory was allowed to bring 10 participants and were encouraged to make family members part of their delegation. National Gathering Continues Efforts for National […]


Posted 27 February 2015 by in News
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Getting a Grip on the Risks of Vaccination

THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – Every day when I see patients in my surgical clinic, some are offered a procedure to help them feel better. Whether it is a minor surgery like a tonsillectomy, or something larger scale such as tumor resection, I have a full discussion with the patient regarding the benefits and risks […]


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National Roundtable in Ottawa has brought together people to share and plan how to prevent more missing and murdered women

First Nations Leaders Seek Solutions on Murdered and Missing Women

OTTAWA – NEWS – First Nations leadership from across Canada met with government representatives including Ontario Premier Wynne, and the Aboriginal Affairs Minister at a national roundtable on missing and murdered Indigenous women in Ottawa today. The roundtable brought together more than 150 delegates including First Nations Chiefs, Premiers, federal and provincial ministers, and representatives from […]


Posted 27 February 2015 by in Anishinabek
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