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Thunder Bay Road Crews Out to Clear Roads

Downtown Sidewalks are getting cleared. Road crews are running out of places to put snow.
THUNDER BAY - With warmer weather, Thunder Bay Roads Division Manager Brad Adams advises, “Today’s forecast is calling for...

Weekend Weather Outlook – January 24 2015

Weather Map for North America on January 25 2015
THUNDER BAY – Severe weather will hammer both the east and west coasts of North America this weekend. Here...

Adolph Rasevych – A life remembered

Adolph Rasevych
THUNDER BAY – The family would like to announce the passing of Adolph Rasevych at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences...

Ring of Fire Deal Looming Between Feds and Mushkegowuk Council

The Ring of Fire Presents Huge Opportunity for Ontario.
THUNDER BAY - There appears to be action in the Ring of Fire. Federal Minister of Natural Resources Greg...

January 24 – The Day in History

Canadian photographer Yousuf Karsh's famous image of a defiant Winston Churchill.
THUNDER BAY – HISTORY – On January 24th in history, former British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill died. Churchill...

Thunder Bay Manshield Construction Queens Support Underground Gym

Photo credit: Donna Stubbs – The Thunder Bay Manshield Construction bantam A Queens present Peter Panetta of the Underground Gym over 500 food items and $500 in cash donations to help support the cause.
THUNDER BAY – For a third consecutive year the Thunder Bay Manshield Construction bantam A Queens have given back to...

International Space Station Crew Safe

One of the Expedition 40 crew members aboard the Earth-orbiting International Space Station, some 227 nautical miles above Earth, photographed this image of Tropical Storm Arthur early on July 2, 2014. Image Credit: NASA
HOUSTON – TECH – NASA reports that the Expedition 42 crew members are safe and in good shape inside...

Building Bridges Tour Arrived in Thunder Bay

MPP Bill Mauro; MMAH Minister Ted McMeekin; Atikokan Mayor Dennis Brown
THUNDER  BAY – POLITICS - The Hon. Ted McMeekin, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH), and MPP Bill...

Canadian Tire National Skating Championships Live

The first champions have been crowned at the Canadian Tire National Skating Championships
KINGSTON – SPORT – Live streaming of the 2015 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships, Jan. 19-25, 2015 in Kingston,...

Thunder Bay District Health Unit Updates Outbreaks

Health News Radon
THUNDER BAY – HEALTH - The Thunder Bay District Health Unit (TBDHU) has issued a statement outlining the latest updates on Outbreaks at Thunder Bay facilities: “Working in conjunction with officials from each facility, the Health Unit would like...

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Canadian photographer Yousuf Karsh's famous image of a defiant Winston Churchill.

January 24 – The Day in History

THUNDER BAY – HISTORY – On January 24th in history, former British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill died. Churchill is best known for his leadership in Great Britain during World War Two. After spending much of the preceding decade exposing to the British Parliament, Germany’s growing arms expansion, and in many cases being called down […]


Posted 24 January 2015 by in Featured
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Preview to hiking at the tropical butterfly world museum & aviary

Preview to Hiking at the Tropical Butterfly World Museum & Aviary

THUNDER BAY – LIVING – It’s the amazingly beautiful architecture defined inside the life of Butterflies that virtually defies an educational description as we catch them entering our lives. Their wild inherent uniqueness, and mystery, inside their life cycle is both fascinating and compelling. Scientists realize where the Earth exhibits a wealth of butterfly activity, […]


Posted 23 January 2015 by in Living
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Adolph Rasevych

Adolph Rasevych – A life remembered

THUNDER BAY – The family would like to announce the passing of Adolph Rasevych at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre on January 22, 2015 at the age of 76. He is survived by his wife Judy Rasevych (Dore), with whom he would have celebrated a 51st wedding anniversary on January 25. The couple have been […]


Posted 23 January 2015 by in Anishinabek
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Bombardier

Bombardier Suspends Production of Montreal Trains

THUNDER BAY – Bombardier Transportation has announced that they have suspended production of Montreal’s new métro cars at its plant in La Pocatière, Quebec. The announcement has been made on on Friday. The suspension will impact 145 employees, according to Bombardier spokesperson Marc Laforge. Laforge says that the Bombardier manufacturing facility will be closed for six months starting April […]


Posted 23 January 2015 by in Business
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Dryden faces the future with hope, and seeks to solve financial issues in the community.

Domtar and Unifor Talks in Dryden Break Down

DRYDEN – BUSINESS – Talks between Domtar and Unifor in Dryden have broken down. The Unifor negotiations with Domtar covering over 500 pulp mill and woodlands employees broke down Thursday in Dryden. Unifor has now applied for conciliation for all 225 production, maintenance and office members in Local 105 and for another 300 wood harvesting, chipping and hauling […]


Posted 23 January 2015 by in Business
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