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Do Youth Matter in Thunder Bay?

Youth Centres Thunder Bay (Youth TBay) are working hard to save their youth centre
In a City with a ‘Giant Heart’ Do Youth Matter? THUNDER BAY – EDITORIAL – Thunder Bay City Administration...

Western Wildfires – Forest Fire Smoke Over Great Lakes

Smoke from Canadian Wild fires
Smoke over Eastern Great Lakes THUNDER BAY – Environment – Fire Crews from Ontario are helping to fight fires...

Minister Valcourt Ploughs Forward on Legislation

Minister Valcourt - We all agreed on the urgency of investing in Aboriginal Education.
First Nations Financial Transparency Act OTTAWA - Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, issued the following...

Resolute Hit with Fines in Fort Frances

The Fort Frances Resolute Mill is now being closed.
FORT FRANCES – BUSINESS – Resolute FP Canada Inc., carrying on business as Resolute Forest Products Canada, has been...

Researchers Seek to Unlock Secrets of Relationships

Making the right choice, rather than settling for what's there can mean you are happier.
THUNDER BAY – LIVING - Trying to understand the opposite sex when it comes to relationships can be difficult....

David Suzuki Blue Dot Tour Thunder Bay Bound

Blue Dot Tour
THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – Alvin Singh states, “There has never been a more compelling case for recognizing that...

Google Eyes Purchase of Twitch

A purchase of Twitch.tv by Google would round out Youtube
NEW YORK – TECHNOLOGY – Google has reportedly closed a deal to acquire Twitch for $1 billion to join...

Ken Boshcoff – Leadership and Working Together Needed

Ken Boshcoff working hard on the campaign for Mayor in Thunder Bay
Ken Boshcoff Campaigning Hard THUNDER BAY – Ken Boshcoff is working hard in his campaign running for Mayor. Talking...

South Division Wins the 2014 Northwoods League All-Star Game

Solid Northwoods League action during the North South All-Star Game
Alonso Home Run the Difference in 3-0 Win Rochester, Minn. — On Tuesday, July 22, 2014 college baseball’s best...

No Confirmed Giant Hogweed in Thunder Bay

There are no confirmed cases of Giant Hogweed in Thunder Bay
THUNDER BAY – Giant Hogweed. Heard of it? Recently the TBDHU report that they have received concerns of this plant being on private property. However, to date, there have been no confirmed sightings in our district. Giant Hogweed looks...

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Youth Centres Thunder Bay (Youth TBay) are working hard to save their youth centre

Do Youth Matter in Thunder Bay?

In a City with a ‘Giant Heart’ Do Youth Matter? THUNDER BAY – EDITORIAL – Thunder Bay City Administration seems to have a need for a used dishwasher, a used fridge and stove and used knives and forks. Administration is looking to scoop the equipment used at Youth Centres Thunder Bay, that includes some two […]


Posted 26 July 2014 by in News
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Making the right choice, rather than settling for what's there can mean you are happier.

Researchers Seek to Unlock Secrets of Relationships

THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Trying to understand the opposite sex when it comes to relationships can be difficult. While there are many different ideas, and people often joke about how men and women are very different emotionally, the truth is researchers have been trying to understand the process too. Are the experts having an […]


Posted 26 July 2014 by in Featured
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A purchase of Twitch.tv by Google would round out Youtube

Google Eyes Purchase of Twitch

NEW YORK – TECHNOLOGY – Google has reportedly closed a deal to acquire Twitch for $1 billion to join YouTube as it builds out its video and live streaming business. The deal highlights the use of the Web for live streaming events, especially for sports and concerts. The deal moves Google one step closer to […]


Posted 26 July 2014 by in Technology
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Minister Valcourt - We all agreed on the urgency of investing in Aboriginal Education.

Minister Valcourt Ploughs Forward on Legislation

First Nations Financial Transparency Act OTTAWA – Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, issued the following statement today: “First Nations, like all Canadians, deserve transparency and accountability from their elected officials. That is why the Government of Canada introduced the First Nations Financial Transparency Act, which received Royal Assent in 2013. This […]


Posted 26 July 2014 by in Anishinabek
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Smoke from Canadian Wild fires

Western Wildfires – Forest Fire Smoke Over Great Lakes

Smoke over Eastern Great Lakes THUNDER BAY – Environment – Fire Crews from Ontario are helping to fight fires across Western Canada. 593 personnel from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry are currently on assignment in Alberta (107), British Columbia (348), Parks Canada – Alberta (13) and the Northwest Territories (125) to assist […]


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Traffic is backed up on Fort William First Nation.

Highway Announcement by Bill Mauro

THUNDER BAY -  The Ontario Government stated that “Investments under the province’s Northern Highways Program will improve the pavement condition and reduce maintenance requirements for stretches of Highway 11 and Highway 61, as well as create 169 jobs”. “More than 20 kilometres of Highway 61 north from the Canada-US border toward Thunder Bay are being […]


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Blue Dot Tour

David Suzuki Blue Dot Tour Thunder Bay Bound

THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – Alvin Singh states, “There has never been a more compelling case for recognizing that every Canadian, present and future, has the right to live in a healthy environment. Clean air, safe drinking water, nutritious food, non-toxic products and flourishing biodiversity are essential to our health and well-being”. The Blue Dot […]


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Peace Sought to End Fighting in the Gaza Strip

Gaza Ceasefire Underway

Hostilities on Hold in Fragile Ceasefire TEL AVIV – INTERNATIONAL – So far the ceasefire is holding. It was off to a rough start as eighteen Palestinians were killed when a shell from an Israeli tank hit their home just as the truce was starting. Smoke from a further pounding of Gaza hung in the […]


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