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Mayor Hobbs on Crime – “We Are Getting There…”

Mayor Keith Hobbs says that Thunder Bay is making Progress in fighting crime
Effective Efforts Ongoing to Fight Crime – Mayor Hobbs THUNDER BAY – Mayor Keith Hobbs says, “We are getting...

Thunder Bay District – Wild Fire Update May 28 2015

Forest Fire Update
THUNDER BAY – Wild Fire Update – There was one new fire confirmed by the afternoon on May 28....

Nishnawbe-Aski Nation Presents Draft Education Report

NAN Education Declaration with DFC and Matawa Students standing with NAN leadership - Photo by Clyde Brandon Moonias
THUNDER BAY – Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Deputy Grand Chief Goyce Kakegamic joined with First Nations leaders, educators and students...

Home Depot Steps Up To Assist Shelter House in Thunder Bay

Shelter House
THUNDER BAY – Shoppers at Home Depot in Thunder Bay have a new way to help Shelter House. As...

A Difference of Opinion – Tony McGuire

A Difference of Opinion
THUNDER BAY – Darrell Mandamin, a member of Whitefish Bay First Nation has unofficially recently become the voice for...

Magnus Theatre Presents Peacemaker and Skin

Magnus Theatre for Youth
Magnus Theatre Reaching Out for Youth with Strong Messages THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – Magnus Theatre is pleased to...

Governor General’s Canadian Leadership Conference Visits TBRHSC and TBRRI

Group of Leaders touring the TBRHSC and TBRRI
THUNDER BAY – The Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) and its research arm, the Thunder Bay Regional Research...

Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association Meets with National Energy Board

Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association meets with National Energy Board in Thunder Bay
National Energy Board Meets with NOMA THUNDER BAY – POLITICS – The Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association (NOMA) met with...

Presenting the Mackenzie Tour-PGA Tour Canada

Fantastic conditions and great golf at the PGA TOUR Canada Staal Foundation Open
TORONTO – SPORTS – The PGA TOUR and Mackenzie Investments announced today a six-year agreement making the investment management...

Cancer Care Professionals Enhance their Emotional Intelligence

Cancer care professionals from across Northwestern Ontario gathered on May 7th and 8th at the Valhalla Inn for the annual Community Oncology Professional Education (COPE) Workshop. This year the focus was on enhancing emotional intelligence
THUNDER BAY – Providing exceptional cancer care requires the care team at Regional Cancer Care Northwest at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) to be present, responsive and compassionate with their patients, but also with each other. It...

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Weather Alert Rainfall

Weather Alert – Rainfall over Western Parts of Region

DRYDEN – WEATHER – A low pressure system over Northern Minnesota State is generating an area of showers and thunderstorms which are tracking into portions of Northwestern Ontario. Although general rainfall amounts of 15 to 30 mm are expected some locations could experience as much as 50 mm of rain by early Friday morning. The conditions […]


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Magnus Theatre for Youth

Magnus Theatre Presents Peacemaker and Skin

Magnus Theatre Reaching Out for Youth with Strong Messages THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – Magnus Theatre is pleased to be presenting two plays directed at young people. Peacemaker and Skin are directed by Lila Cano, and reach out to that youth audience. There are one-time public performances on Friday June 5th at Magnus Theatre at […]


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Staal Foundation

Staal Foundation Open Million Dollar Shootout

  Take your Shot at a Million Dollar Golf Shootout THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – The Staal Foundation Open (SFO) organizers are excited to host the Staal Family Foundation Million Dollar Shootout as part of their 2015 event schedule. At the qualifying events for the Million Dollar Shootout, participants will pay $5.00 for 2 shots […]


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The door of the Regional Multicultural Youth Centre has been smashed four times now in the past several years.

Regional Multicultural Youth Centre Door Smashed

THUNDER BAY – NEWS – The Regional Multicultural Youth Centre on East Victoria Avenue works with youth from across Thunder Bay. The group of youth were recently recognized for their hard work and dedication when they received the Respect Award. On Wednesday however the Youth received something that doesn’t help them in their ongoing work. The […]


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