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Thunder Bay Police Seek Help to ID Suspect in Vehicle Theft

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THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police are seeking public assistance in identifying a suspect in a fraud and stolen...

993 Still Missing in California Wildfire – Searchers Engaging to Find Bodies and Survivors

A home is engulfed in flames during the Woolsey Fire in Malibu, California, U.S. November 9, 2018. REUTERS/Gene Blevins
By Terray Sylvester PARADISE, Calif. – (Reuters) – Authorities on Sunday sifted through the charred wreckage of California’s deadliest...

New Schools in Remote First Nations Means More Families Can Stay Together

Mathais Columb Cree Nation Chief Arlen Dumas
WINNIPEG – Grand Chief Arlen Dumas of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs was pleased to attend an announcement in...

Domtar Workers Sign Four-Year Agreement with Resolute in Dryden

Unifor workers in Dryden vote overwhelmingly to accept deal
DRYDEN – More than 500 Unifor members in the Dryden-based Domtar Pulp Mill and Woodlands operations have voted overwhelmingly in favour of new four-year...

RCMP Prepares for Eight Year of “Toys for the North”

Thomson Terminals: November 26, 2013. L-R: Sgt. Richard Rollings, Cst. Stuart Philp, Gary Rodrigue (Thomson Terminals), Safety Bear, Insp. Gilmore, Al Russell, Laura Wiese (Canadian Toy Association)
THUNDER BAY – “O” Division Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) has participated in the ‘Toys for the North’ charitable...

Opinion – Stan Lee a Cultural Warrior

Stan Lee a Cultural Warrior
Under his leadership, Marvel directly challenged societal norms on race, religion, war, gender and sexuality By Michael Taube Columnist...

Wherever we go, WeeGo goes to keep our devices powered up

Weego Jump Starter 44 powers a 12V lantern (with 12v accessory).
Smartphones, tablets, computers and even our vehicles need a boost sometimes. The Jump Starter 44 offers a handy solution...

Alberta Premier Statement on Holodomor Memorial Day

Ukrainian flags in front of the House with Chimaeras, Kyiv. Photo: UNDP Kyiv
EDMONTON – Alberta Premier Notley has issued the following statement on Holodomor Memorial Day: “Holodomor is a combination of two...

Thunderwolves Get Set for Ryerson Rams

The Thunderwolves will return home to open the OUA regular season next weekend, taking on the Western Mustangs on Friday night and the Windsor Lancers on Saturday.
THUNDER  BAY – SPORTS – The Lakehead Thunderwolves will butt heads with the first-place Ryerson Rams this weekend in...

Online Program Helping Healthcare Professionals Respond to Opioid Crisis

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OTTAWA – HEALTH – In virtually every jurisdiction across the country, opioid-related overdoses and deaths have reached crisis levels....

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Thomson Terminals: November 26, 2013. L-R: Sgt. Richard Rollings, Cst. Stuart Philp, Gary Rodrigue (Thomson Terminals), Safety Bear, Insp. Gilmore, Al Russell, Laura Wiese (Canadian Toy Association)

RCMP Prepares for Eight Year of “Toys for the North”

THUNDER BAY – “O” Division Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) has participated in the ‘Toys for the North’ charitable drive since 2010 in partnership with the Canadian Toy Association and Thomson Terminals transportation. This initiative has evolved over the years to include a national network of RCMP, law enforcement, corporate and external partners who collectively

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Unifor workers in Dryden vote overwhelmingly to accept deal

Domtar Workers Sign Four-Year Agreement with Resolute in Dryden

DRYDEN – More than 500 Unifor members in the Dryden-based Domtar Pulp Mill and Woodlands operations have voted overwhelmingly in favour of new four-year collective agreements. “Unifor has made it a priority to raise and equalize standards in the pulp and paper sector,” said Unifor National President Jerry Dias. “I’m pleased to say that both of these contracts achieve the Eastern

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The Thunderwolves will return home to open the OUA regular season next weekend, taking on the Western Mustangs on Friday night and the Windsor Lancers on Saturday.

Thunderwolves Get Set for Ryerson Rams

THUNDER  BAY – SPORTS – The Lakehead Thunderwolves will butt heads with the first-place Ryerson Rams this weekend in the Wolves’ last two games before the Christmas exams break, with the opening face-off set for 7:00 p.m. at the Fort William Gardens on both Friday and Saturday nights. The Matchup Lakehead: 12-6-1 overall, 8-5-1 OUA

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