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Body Recovered by Fire Rescue Dive Team from McIntyre River

Thunder Bay Police Service
THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Emergency Services were called to the McIntyre River this morning. Reports of a body...

Pic River Bridge Constructions Update

ThePic river Bridge is continuing construction as girders for the bridge are headed to the construction site.
THUNDER BAY – ROADS UPDATE – The Ministry of Transportation wishes to advise that Highway 17 will be closed at...

AMC Call for Husky Energy Boycott Over North Saskatchewan River Spill

Assembly of Manitoba Grand Chief Derek Nepinak
WINNIPEG – Heavy oil from a Husky Energy Inc. pipeline began to spill into the North Saskatchewan River near...

Not all income and wealth inequality is equal

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VANCOUVER, B.C.  – Inequality has become an animating issue for much of the political class. The Canadian federal government,...

Poverty A Complex Issue to Understand

There are still issues to solve in downtown Fort William including homelessness and poverty but it appears progress is happening
VANCOUVER, B.C. – Analysis – Poverty is a complex issue that concerns us all but it’s important to have clear...

Netflix Announces New Series and Renewals of Fan Favourites

Apple® today announced the all-new Apple TV®, bringing a revolutionary experience to the living room based on apps built for the television.
Three Series, Including Chelsea, Renewed for Second Season // New Musically-Themed Animated Series for Children and Families Announced //...

Online Study Growing in Popularity

Apple computers, iPhones, iPads build a brand loyalty most companies would kill for.
LONDON – Around half of students taking online courses say that either they would not, or were not sure whether...

Bob Nault Weekly Column – Northern First Nations Tour

Kenora MP Bob Nault at a Community Event in Sandy Lake
KENORA – POLITICS – As I continue my summer tour throughout the riding, I’m looking forward to visiting some...

Thunder Bay Kings Announce 2016-2017 Hockey Schedule

Thunder Bay Kings Hockey
THUNDER BAY, Ont. – The Thunder Bay Kings AAA Kings announced Tuesday the North American Prospects Hockey League game...

Why are so many Canadians Using Food Banks?

Food Bank in Dryden Ontario
THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Canadian households are paying more for a nutritious basket of food with rising prices hitting low-income households hardest — especially those receiving government assistance. To put this in perspective, Food Banks Canada estimates that just...

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Kenora MP Bob Nault at a Community Event in Sandy Lake

Bob Nault Weekly Column – Northern First Nations Tour

KENORA – POLITICS – As I continue my summer tour throughout the riding, I’m looking forward to visiting some of the fly-in First Nations communities up north. With a riding the size of France, I believe it’s absolutely necessary for the Member of Parliament to visit remote communities and hear from their residents. During the […]


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There are still issues to solve in downtown Fort William including homelessness and poverty but it appears progress is happening

Poverty A Complex Issue to Understand

VANCOUVER, B.C. – Analysis – Poverty is a complex issue that concerns us all but it’s important to have clear understanding of the extent and nature of the problem before discussing ways to alleviate it. So it’s unhelpful when researchers present statistics that misrepresent the state of problem. The latest misleading analysis is contained in a […]


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Assembly of Manitoba Grand Chief Derek Nepinak

AMC Call for Husky Energy Boycott Over North Saskatchewan River Spill

WINNIPEG – Heavy oil from a Husky Energy Inc. pipeline began to spill into the North Saskatchewan River near North Battleford, Saskatchewan on July 20, 2016. “This tragedy highlights the inherent risks undertaken by companies like Husky Energy Inc. that  threatens our freshwater and ultimately the health of our ecosystems. Moving forward it is important to […]


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Arrest Made in Mac’s Store Robberies

THUNDER BAY – NEWS – The Thunder Bay Police Service Community Response Team have charged a male on July 28, 2016 as a result of the July 24th Mac’s Store Robbery (P16053667) located at 915 Red River Road and the July 25th Mac’s Store Robbery (P16053685) located at 185 North Cumberland Street. Kevin SAKANEE, thirty-two-years of age, has been […]


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Apple computers, iPhones, iPads build a brand loyalty most companies would kill for.

Online Study Growing in Popularity

LONDON – Around half of students taking online courses say that either they would not, or were not sure whether they would, attend classroom-based education even if it was made readily available to them, according to the fifth annual survey by Learning House and Aslanian Market Research on the demographics of online-based degree students. This year’s […]


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Premier Gold Updates Hardrock project

Premier Gold Enters Agreement with Yamana Gold

THUNDER BAY – MINING – PREMIER GOLD MINES LIMITED (“Premier”) (TSX:PG) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a definitive share purchase agreement (the “Share Purchase Agreement”) with Yamana Gold Inc. (“Yamana”) pursuant to which Premier has agreed to acquire (the “Acquisition”) Yamana’s Mercedes mine and exploration properties located in the state of Sonora, […]


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Simply locking your bike might not stop thieves.

Bike Thefts Increase Across Canada

VANCOUVER, BC – LIVING – Square One recently secured and compiled bike theft trends from 6 major cities across Canada. The result? The total number of bike thefts in t1hese cities increased 31% between 2014 and 2015. Edmonton had the greatest year-over-year increase in bike theft, with thefts more than doubling. Bucking the trend, bike theft in Montreal dropped by nearly […]


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