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Deadly Wednesday in Gaza – Over 90 Dead

Palestinian families seek shelter at an UNRWA school after evacuating their homes north of the Gaza Strip. Photo: UNRWA
TEL AVIV – INTERNATIONAL – Wednesday was another day of deadly violence in the Gaza Strip. Answering the call...

Deaths Feared in Landslide in India

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Landslide Traps Many in India AMBEGAON, INDIA – Anywhere between 50 to 200 people are feared trapped after heavy...

Manitoba Chiefs Stick with Grand Chief

Grand Chief Derek Nepinak of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC).
WINNIPEG – ANISHINABEK - Grand Chief Derek Nepinak is staying at the helm of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs....

Casablanca Capital Takes Action on Cliffs Natural Resources

Cliffs Natural Resources
NEW YORK, THUNDER BAY – MINING - For over a year, Cliffs Natural Resources has been backing away from...

Stewardship Youth Rangers Hands-On Learning at Confederation College

Stewardship Youth Rangers Gabrielle Gagnon (left), Jenna Langlais and Burt Buckley Collect Data and Clean Up the McIntyre River
THUNDER BAY – Stewardship Youth Rangers were on-site today at Confederation College as part of their three day campus...

Fun and Bagpipes in Downtown Fort William

Bagpipes in downtown Fort William
Bagpipe Tunes in Fort William Business District THUNDER BAY – There is something haunting about the sound of the...

Researchers in Rome Studying Breast Cancer Genome

MRI machine at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre
ROME – TECHNOLOGY – Genome research is working to solve issues with cancer, diabetes, and other diseases including lung...

Canada’s Economy Downgraded – John Rafferty MP

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THUNDER BAY – POLITICS - This week Canada’s economy was downgraded by the International Monetary Fund, new statistics showed...

Dryden Ice Dogs Alumni Heads to Northland

Dryden Ice Dogs
DRYDEN – SIJHL HOCKEY – Chris Belhumeur will be playing for Northland College, in Ashland, Wisconsin this season. Former...

Drinking water is Important

Safe drinking water is important
Safe Drinking Water is a Human Right THUNDER BAY – When you’re low on fluids, the brain triggers the body’s thirst mechanism so you should get yourself a drink of water. Drinking enough fluids is important when exercising. Cells...

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Safe drinking water is important

Drinking water is Important

Safe Drinking Water is a Human Right THUNDER BAY – When you’re low on fluids, the brain triggers the body’s thirst mechanism so you should get yourself a drink of water. Drinking enough fluids is important when exercising. Cells that don’t maintain their balance of fluids and electrolytes shrivel, which can result in muscle fatigue. […]


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Grand Chief Derek Nepinak of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC).

Manitoba Chiefs Stick with Grand Chief

WINNIPEG – ANISHINABEK – Grand Chief Derek Nepinak is staying at the helm of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs. The Grand Chief was re-elected today. “The work is selfless and exhausting. Its not glamorous and oftentimes tragic. Its scary, its fun, its disappointing and exhilarating,” stated the Grand Chief. “It shows my success and it […]


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Stewardship Youth Rangers Gabrielle Gagnon (left), Jenna Langlais and Burt Buckley Collect Data and Clean Up the McIntyre River

Stewardship Youth Rangers Hands-On Learning at Confederation College

THUNDER BAY – Stewardship Youth Rangers were on-site today at Confederation College as part of their three day campus visit to participate in environmental and natural resource sciences workshops. A total of 30 rangers are learning about natural resource management – benefiting from both theory and hands-on knowledge – and are exploring education and career […]


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Bagpipes in downtown Fort William

Fun and Bagpipes in Downtown Fort William

Bagpipe Tunes in Fort William Business District THUNDER BAY – There is something haunting about the sound of the bagpipes. This afternoon, Dave Fowler, from British Columbia was sharing his Scottish Heritage and his love of the Bagpipes with people outside of the Victoriaville Centre in the Fort William Business District. Fowler who was born […]


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CCAB and ESS is calling for self-nominations for the National Youth Aboriginal Entrepreneur Award. This award recognizes an up-and-coming Aboriginal Entrepreneur under the age of 35. The recipient will receive a $10,000 financial award and be recognized at CCAB's 2015 Toronto Gala.

National Youth Aboriginal Awards Call for Videos

THUNDER BAY – ANISHINABEK – Now is the chance for young Aboriginal Entrepreneurs to further their business interests with an infusion of potential capital. CCAB and ESS is calling for self-nominations for the National Youth Aboriginal Entrepreneur Award. This award recognizes an up-and-coming Aboriginal Entrepreneur under the age of 35. The recipient will receive a […]


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Palestinian families seek shelter at an UNRWA school after evacuating their homes north of the Gaza Strip. Photo: UNRWA

Deadly Wednesday in Gaza – Over 90 Dead

TEL AVIV – INTERNATIONAL – Wednesday was another day of deadly violence in the Gaza Strip. Answering the call after Israeli air strikes in Gaza. Inside emergency workers find a man trying to put out the fire. They also found a dead body. Israeli shelling and air strikes killing at least 90 people, bring the […]


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