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Thunder Bay Police Seek Hit and Run Driver

Thunder Bay Police Service
THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police report that on Saturday evening, (30 April 2016) at about 10 p.m., there...

Arctic Sea Ice Lose Shaped by Pacific Ocean Temperatures

Climate Research FROM Harvard University into Sea levels
THUNDER BAY – CLIMATE – Influence of sea-ice loss on Arctic warming is shaped by varying temperatures in the Pacific...

Chief Erwin Redsky Speech to Prime Minister Trudeau

Shoal Lake #40
  SHOAL LAKE #40 – Chief Erwin Redsky and Shoal Lake #40 were visited by Prime Minister Trudeau. Chief’s Speech...

FedNor Support for Thunder Bay Multicultural Association

Thunder Bay Multicultural Association
THUNDER BAY – Patty Hajdu, Member of Parliament for Thunder Bay—Superior North, on behalf of the Honourable Navdeep Bains,...

RCMP Host Skate Day for Syrian Refugees

RCMP Step Up to Teach Syrian youth one of the Canadian traditions... ice skating
CALGARY – LIFE – The RCMP hosted a Newcomer Ice Skate for more than 100 Syrian refugees of all...

Folklore Festival Set to Bring the World to Thunder Bay

Munzeroy Dancing at Folklore
Travel the World in 48 Hours THUNDER BAY – This weekend at Fort William Gardens you can travel the...

Ottawa launches Canadian Content in Digital World Consultations

Thunder Bay has all the ingredients to become a better city. Often it starts with YOU.
OTTAWA – “Our government understands the strong connections between culture, creativity and innovation, especially in this digital world. Canadian consumers...

Bob Nault – Tax Relief for Canadian Families

Parliament Hill
KENORA – It’s tax season again, and that means millions of Canadians are taking a look at what they’ll...

PGA TOUR Canada Q-School Qualifies Up and Coming Players

PGA TOUR Canada Qualifying School in British Columbia
THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – The warming weather across Canada is bringing golf season to a start. For professional...

Finesse Hairspray the Intoxicant of Choice?

A Twenty Minute Clean up in downtown Fort William included sixty-six empty bottles of hair spray
THUNDER BAY – Sometimes you need a little finesse, sometimes you need a lot. That advertising slogan for a popular hair spray takes on a very different meaning in Thunder Bay. There are literally hundreds of empty hair-spray bottles...

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Hockey in Thunder Bay at the Staal Foundation Open

Hey Kids Do you Want to Join Team Staal?

Road Hockey Moves Matter THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – If you are 9-14 and want to join Team Staal it is time to share your best road hockey moves. Now that the snow has melted, the countdown to summer is on. Today at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, representatives from both the Staal […]


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Thunder Bay Police Service

Thunder Bay Police Seek Hit and Run Driver

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police report that on Saturday evening, (30 April 2016) at about 10 p.m., there was a rear-end type collision at the intersection of Harbour Expressway and Memorial Ave. A beige 2008 Ford Escape, with Ontario licence plate BWMD859 was eastbound on the Expressway and struck a stopped white Ford sedan. […]


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Climate Research FROM Harvard University into Sea levels

Arctic Sea Ice Lose Shaped by Pacific Ocean Temperatures

THUNDER BAY – CLIMATE – Influence of sea-ice loss on Arctic warming is shaped by varying temperatures in the Pacific Ocean, new study shows. The crucial role that sea-ice loss plays in rapid Arctic warming is regulated by variable climate patterns taking place in the Pacific Ocean, a pioneering new study has found. The Arctic amplification phenomenon […]


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Flooding in Kashechewan is impacting the community.

Kashechewan First Nation Evacuation Underway

THUNDER BAY – Up to 304 people from Kashechewan First Nation will head to Thunder Bay arriving later today. The evacuees are headed out of the community to prevent lose of life from flooding that hits the region as the Albany River breaks up in the spring. There is potential for ice jams on the […]


Posted 1 May 2016 by in Climate
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RCMP Step Up to Teach Syrian youth one of the Canadian traditions... ice skating

RCMP Host Skate Day for Syrian Refugees

CALGARY – LIFE – The RCMP hosted a Newcomer Ice Skate for more than 100 Syrian refugees of all ages. The newcomers hit the ice to learn a favourite Canadian pastime – ice skating. The event took place at Vivo for Healthier Generations, a leading recreation centre in north central Calgary. “The RCMP wants to […]


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