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Help Solve 1984 Thunder Bay Homicide

Thunder Bay Chief of Police to be honoured in Ottawa
THUNDER BAY – CRIME BEAT - Thunder Bay Police are remembering a 1984 homicide and hoping that by sharing...

Snow in Forecast for Nipigon, Marathon, Schreiber

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THUNDER BAY - Weather is likely to be the story for residents and travellers along the North Shore of...

Feathers of Hope Team Invite Youth Delegates

Wish, Hope, Dream
THUNDER BAY - The Feathers of Hope Team and the Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth would...

Lakehead Marine Assets Hit Auction Block

The assets of Lakehead Marine are on the auction block
THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS - The assets of Lakehead Marine will be on the Auction Block on November 2nd....

Have a Safe Dental Halloween – Ontario Dentists Association

The Ontario Dental Association is offering ideas for a Dental Safe Halloween
THUNDER BAY – Halloween is an enjoyable holiday for many children, but it can also throw off hard-fought healthy...

Murillo Library Celebrates Expansion of Youth and Children’s Sections

MPP Bill Mauro brought his private members motion back to the Ontario Legislature
MURILLO - The Municipality of Oliver Paipoonge celebrated the expansion of its children and youth sections at the two municipal...

Investigation into Antares Rocket Explosion Continues

An aerial view of the Wallops Island launch facilities taken by the Wallops Incident Response Team Oct. 29 following the failed launch attempt of Orbital Science Corp.'s Antares rocket Oct. 28. Image Credit: NASA/Terry Zaperach
No injuries reported in Antares rocket explosion WASHINGTON – TECH – The investigation into the explosion during launch of...

Trade Deal with South Korea Very Bad for Canada – Bruce Hyer

Thunder Bay Superior North MP Deputy Leader of the Green Party Bruce Hyer
OTTAWA — Bruce Hyer, MP for Thunder Bay—Superior North voted last night to protect Canadian industry and sovereignty, and to...

Bantam AA Queens off to Duluth this weekend

Thunder Bay Queens Womeen's Hockey
THUNDER BAY – SPORTS - The Thunder Bay RBC Dominion Securities bantam AA Queens are off to Duluth this...

Hospital staff support Women’s Health Awareness Month

Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre staff wore pink to work on Friday October 3rd to raise awareness about and promote Women’s Health Awareness Month. For more information on breast and cervical cancer screening and clinics offering Pap tests in October, call the Cancer Screening Hotline at (807) 684–7787.
THUNDER BAY – HEALTH - Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre’s (TBRHSC) staff recognized the importance of raising awareness and education about breast and cervical cancer screening by wearing pink to work. October is traditionally Breast Cancer Awareness Month and...

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Thunder Bay Superior North MP Deputy Leader of the Green Party Bruce Hyer

Trade Deal with South Korea Very Bad for Canada – Bruce Hyer

OTTAWA — Bruce Hyer, MP for Thunder Bay—Superior North voted last night to protect Canadian industry and sovereignty, and to oppose the lopsided Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement. Hyer and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May were the only MPs who voted against the deal, which would increase Canada’s trade deficit with Korea and put Canadian industries at […]


Posted 30 October 2014 by in Federal
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Wish, Hope, Dream

Feathers of Hope Team Invite Youth Delegates

THUNDER BAY – The Feathers of Hope Team and the Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth would like to extend an invitation to two youth from your community to attend an upcoming youth forum, Feathers of Hope: Justice and Juries, being held at the Best Western Nor’Wester Hotel and Conference Centre in Thunder […]


Posted 30 October 2014 by in Anishinabek
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The assets of Lakehead Marine are on the auction block

Lakehead Marine Assets Hit Auction Block

THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – The assets of Lakehead Marine will be on the Auction Block on November 2nd. The court documents show that the company’s liabilities are about $2 million, and the company’s assets are about $1.5 million. There are 114 items on the auction listing. A listing is online at Infinity Assets.


Posted 30 October 2014 by in Business
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Thunder Bay Housing Starts Slow in September

Thunder Bay Housing Market Slows – CMHC THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS Housing starts in September were weaker in Thunder Bay. “Weaker employment levels than one year ago coupled with slowing average weekly earnings growth has affected consumer confidence impacting the residential construction market thus far this year in Thunder Bay,” stated Warren Philp, CMHC Market […]


Posted 30 October 2014 by in Business
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Thunder Bay Chief of Police to be honoured in Ottawa

Help Solve 1984 Thunder Bay Homicide

THUNDER BAY – CRIME BEAT – Thunder Bay Police are remembering a 1984 homicide and hoping that by sharing information on the long unsolved crime that there is someone out there who can help solve the homicide. Thunder Bay Police share, “Friday, October 31, 2014 will mark the 30th anniversary of the day Scott Dove […]


Posted 30 October 2014 by in CrimeBeat
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An aerial view of the Wallops Island launch facilities taken by the Wallops Incident Response Team Oct. 29 following the failed launch attempt of Orbital Science Corp.'s Antares rocket Oct. 28. Image Credit: NASA/Terry Zaperach

Investigation into Antares Rocket Explosion Continues

No injuries reported in Antares rocket explosion WASHINGTON – TECH – The investigation into the explosion during launch of the Antares Rocket is continuing. NASA says that while no one was injured as a result of the spectacular explosion of the vehicle, the damage to the launch site is significant. Fifteen seconds after liftoff, the […]


Posted 29 October 2014 by in Featured
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MPP Bill Mauro brought his private members motion back to the Ontario Legislature

Murillo Library Celebrates Expansion of Youth and Children’s Sections

MURILLO – The Municipality of Oliver Paipoonge celebrated the expansion of its children and youth sections at the two municipal library branches in Rosslyn and Murillo during an Open House held today at the Murillo Library.  Books and other resources were purchased with the support of a $15,000 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.  This grant […]


Posted 29 October 2014 by in Arts Now
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