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Thunder Bay Police Seek Missing Man

Thunder Bay Police are Seeking the whereabouts of Joseph Taylor
THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police are seeking Joseph Taylor who has been missing since Friday. Taylor who is...

Highway 61 Reduced to Single Lane for Repairs

Construction Season in Thunder Bay
THUNDER BAY — The Ministry of Transportation wishes to advise that Highway 61 will be reduced to single lane...

Life and Death in the North Still Same Old / Same Old Attitude – Charlie Angus MP

Charlie Angus MP and Minister Carolyn Bennett in Attawapiskat at public meeting - photo Rosiewoman Cree
THUNDER BAY – “When it comes to the life and death reality facing Indigenous people in the north, it...

KWG Resources Posts All Weather Ring of Fire Road Study

Checking core samples at KWG camp in Ring of Fire
THUNDER BAY – KWG Resources Inc. (CSE:KWG)(FRANKFURT:KW6) (“KWG”) has posted on its website an all-weather road study that was previously prepared...

Screen for Life Coach Resumes Cancer Screening Services this Fall

The Screen for Life Coach returns to Thunder Bay at the end of this month. Upon its return, it will set out to provide cancer screening services across the region following a condensed travel schedule. To see the travel schedule, visit www.tbrhsc.net/screenforlife. To book your appointment on the Screen for Life Coach, call (807) 684-7777 or 1-800-461-7031.
THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Northwestern Ontario’s Screen for Life Coach is due back in Thunder Bay at the end...

64 Breakup Songs To Soothe Your Celebrity Breakup Heartbreak

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Summer Loving Happened So Fast Summer is winding down, but the heartache of watching some of our favorite celebrity...

Alzheimer’s Disease – More Effective Ways to Study the Brain

l-r Sandra, Jason and Jeff Villeneuve met with Dr. Mitchell Albert (2nd from left) to discuss his new research into imaging technology which will help in testing and evaluating lung disease treatments. $25,000 from the Anthony Villeneuve Memorial Endowment Fund was donated to the research project which was set up in honour of husband and father, Tony, who passed away from mesothelioma.
THUNDER BAY – RESEARCH – Imagine there was a more effective way to study the brain while treating Alzheimer’s...

Stephen Harper Resigns Seat in House of Commons

Kenora MP Greg Rickford with Prime Minister Harper's wife at Kenora campaign event
CALGARY – Prime Minister Stephen Harper has resigned his seat in the House of Commons. Here is the statement...

Northwoods League Ben Heller Debutes with New York Yankees

Baseball Worlds Start trek to Thunder Bay
Rochester, Minn. – Former Wisconsin Rapids Rafter, Ben Heller, made his Major League debut for the New York Yankees...

Did You Know? Visiting Hours at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre

Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre
THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – For most patient units at the Health Sciences Centre, visiting hours are from 11:30 am – 8:30 pm. However, this may be restricted due to health care reasons in particular units or for particular patients....

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Thunder Bay Police are Seeking the whereabouts of Joseph Taylor

Thunder Bay Police Seek Missing Man

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police are seeking Joseph Taylor who has been missing since Friday. Taylor who is forty-two-years of age, is described as five-foot ten inches tall with a medium build, black hair and brown eyes. Police have not released a great deal of additional information at this time. Thunder Bay Police ask […]


Posted 27 August 2016 by in CrimeBeat
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l-r Sandra, Jason and Jeff Villeneuve met with Dr. Mitchell Albert (2nd from left) to discuss his new research into imaging technology which will help in testing and evaluating lung disease treatments. $25,000 from the Anthony Villeneuve Memorial Endowment Fund was donated to the research project which was set up in honour of husband and father, Tony, who passed away from mesothelioma.

Alzheimer’s Disease – More Effective Ways to Study the Brain

THUNDER BAY – RESEARCH – Imagine there was a more effective way to study the brain while treating Alzheimer’s disease. The Weston Brain Institute is providing $709,650 to Dr. Mitch Albert, a researcher at Lakehead University and the Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute, to do exactly that. The Research Institute – an independent, not-for-profit corporation […]


Posted 27 August 2016 by in Featured
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Checking core samples at KWG camp in Ring of Fire

KWG Resources Posts All Weather Ring of Fire Road Study

THUNDER BAY – KWG Resources Inc. (CSE:KWG)(FRANKFURT:KW6) (“KWG”) has posted on its website an all-weather road study that was previously prepared for it by Green Forest Management Inc. The report estimated that an all-weather gravel road starting in the west at the Northern Ontario Resource Trail Road northeast of Pickle Lake, projecting eastward to the Ring of Fire […]


Posted 26 August 2016 by in Business
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