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Robbery of Convenience Store Overnight

Thunder Bay Chief of Police to be honoured in Ottawa
THUNDER BAY = NEWS – Thunder Bay Police report that on February 8, 2016 at approximately 10:00PM EST, an unknown...

Top down government diktats will not curb climate change

Climate Change Debate
OTTAWA, Ont. – CLIMATE – The climate change file is a hot topic and not just because it’s been...

Trillium Response Gets Ready to Invade Northern Ontario

Brigadier-General David Patterson tries out an improvised shelter built by two Canadian Rangers
THUNDER BAY – Northwestern Ontario will have a significant military presence very soon. From February 13th to 21st from...

Ontario Bucks Trend in Housing Starts

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THUNDER BAY – The economy in Western Canada may be a factor in the declining number of housing starts across...

A Manicure is EXACTLY your answer!

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THUNDER BAY – HEALTH & Beauty – Have you ever tried to keep a bandaid on the end of your...

Hollywood California’s Musso & Frank Grill Worth The Stop

Musso & Frank's lobster thermidor: A classic done right. Credit: Copyright 2016 Elizabeth Weinstein
THUNDER BAY – TRAVEL – Along a neon strip of Hollywood Boulevard, sandwiched between the Cabo Cantina and a...

Free to use, free to play, free to chat – the future of online business

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LONDON – TECH- Firms have recently stumbled upon a business strategy quite unlike anything else that has come before, and...

MNRF Offering Youth Summer Job Opportunities

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THUNDER BAY – “Ontario is committed to supporting the development of youth across the province by offering summer job...

PGA TOUR Canada Extends Cape Breton Open for Three Years

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THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – The Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada announced today a three-year extension and new...

February is a Good Time to Reset 2016 Resolutions

Forget trendy cleanses; eating healthy is the best way to promote health. Credit: Copyright Dreamstime.com
THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – Still looking for the perfect cleanse to start the year off right? Look no further. Whether you’re following the brouhaha surrounding the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans or not, I’m betting you already know what...

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MNRF Offering Youth Summer Job Opportunities

THUNDER BAY – “Ontario is committed to supporting the development of youth across the province by offering summer job opportunities in natural resource management. Investing in our young people to help them build their skills, experience, and knowledge will allow them to succeed in the labour market and make positive contributions to Ontario’s economy,” states […]


Posted 9 February 2016 by in Featured
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First Nations Representation on Ontario Juries

Ontario Looking to Find Legal Service Solutions

THUNDER BAY – The Government of Ontario and the Law Society of Upper Canada are seeking public feedback on a proposal to help families access qualified family legal service providers. Family law includes divorce and separation, child custody and access, and child support. Currently, only lawyers are permitted to provide legal services in family law […]


Posted 9 February 2016 by in Politics
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Thunder Bay Chief of Police to be honoured in Ottawa

Robbery of Convenience Store Overnight

THUNDER BAY = NEWS – Thunder Bay Police report that on February 8, 2016 at approximately 10:00PM EST, an unknown female entered a convenience store on Shuniah Street and demanded money. The female left the store with an undisclosed amount of money and was last seen heading towards Huron Ave. Police state that no one was […]


Posted 9 February 2016 by in CrimeBeat
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Local Liberal MPPs Bill Mauro (left) and MInister Michael Gravelle share a smile with Premier Kathleen Wynne

Ontario Government Steps Up for Syrian Refugees

TORONTO – The Government of Ontario is helping to ensure seamless and coordinated support for the thousands of refugees settling in the province. By supporting settlement agencies and sponsorship organizations, the province is helping ensure the availability of services critical for refugees to start their new lives, contribute to economic growth and enrich the province’s […]


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16 guests from southern Ontario participated in the Familiarization Tour at Confederation College

Confederation College Hosts Familiarization Tours

THUNDER BAY – Confederation College offers opportunities. Sixteen guests from southern Ontario were welcomed by the Confederation College recruitment team to Thunder Bay and the College campus for a pilot project offered in partnership with Study North. The Familiarization Tour kicked off on Sunday with a tour of the city, and was followed by dinner […]


Posted 9 February 2016 by in Featured
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