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Scots Vote to Keep Scotland in United Kingdom

Scotland is set to vote in a historic referendum
Alex Salmond, the first minister of Scotland, accepted the electorate’s decision in the early hours of Friday, as citizens...

Mexico Battered by Hurricane Odele

Hurricane Odele has battered Mexico
Hurricane aftermath in Mexico LOS CABOS, MEXICO – WEATHER – Scenes of the aftermath of Hurricane Odile in Mexico’s...

AMC Grand Chief Nepinak Joins in Winnipeg Search for MMIW

Assembly of Manitoba Grand Chief Derek Nepinak walking in the Full Moon Memory Walk
AMC Grand Chief Joins Red River Search Effort WINNIPEG - The issue of missing and murdered Aboriginal women is...

Cliffs Natural Resources Tap Out on Ring of Fire

Cliffs Natural Resources
Ring of Fire Assets Up For Sale THUNDER BAY – MINING - In January 2013, Cliffs Natural Resources was...

September 18 – This Day in History

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Today in History for September 18th THUNDER BAY – Highlights of this day in history: Congress passes the Fugitive...

Get Involved – Volunteer in Thunder Bay

Volunteer Thunder Bay ran a very popular booth at Riverfest.
Lots of Volunteer Opportunities in Thunder Bay THUNDER BAY – It is fall. In many ways fall is like...

Apple iPhone 6 Buzz is Global

The Apple iPhone 6 is generating lots of excitement
It’s Here: Apple iPhone 6 Hits Consumer Hands THUNDER BAY – TECHNOLOGY – Apple’s new iPhone 6 is generating...

Bruce Hyer – Harper Deal with Communist China is ‘Insane’

Thunder Bay Superior North MP Deputy Leader of the Green Party Bruce Hyer
Bruce Hyer Denounces Harper Government on China Deal OTTAWA – Bruce Hyer, MP for Thunder Bay-Superior North and Deputy...

Historic Vote in Scotland Allows Women to Join

Women are now allowed at St. Andrews Golf Club in Scotland
Historic Golf Vote in Scotland THUNDER BAY – GOLF – Change is apparently happening already in Scotland. The Old...

TBRRI Medical Research Drives Better Healthcare Today

Keith Taylor, Co-Chair of the PFA Advisory Council, said that research is important to local healthcare because it has a direct impact on patient care. Thanks to wise investments in health research by our community through the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation’s Health Discovery Fund, we are Bringing Discoveries to Life and together, making our region healthier, wealthier, and smarter.
THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – Part of the Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute’s mission is to enable patient-centred medical research that will make Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario healthier, wealthier, and smarter. This article is Part 1 of a...

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The Apple iPhone 6 is generating lots of excitement

Apple iPhone 6 Buzz is Global

It’s Here: Apple iPhone 6 Hits Consumer Hands THUNDER BAY – TECHNOLOGY – Apple’s new iPhone 6 is generating a lot of excitement. In Los Angeles, people started lining up at the Apple Store in Burbank on Monday and by Thursday night the line-up was a quarter of a mile long. The buzz that each […]


Posted 19 September 2014 by in Featured
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Hurricane Odele has battered Mexico

Mexico Battered by Hurricane Odele

Hurricane aftermath in Mexico LOS CABOS, MEXICO – WEATHER – Scenes of the aftermath of Hurricane Odile in Mexico’s luxury resort town of Los Cabos. A local Walmart was not only battered by the storm — but has been just about stripped bare by looters. Ramon Ojeda said, “There was a lot of disorder and […]


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Scotland is set to vote in a historic referendum

Scots Vote to Keep Scotland in United Kingdom

Alex Salmond, the first minister of Scotland, accepted the electorate’s decision in the early hours of Friday, as citizens chose to remain a part of the United Kingdom, in a historic referendum that saw a record voter turnout. Salmond said he “accepted the verdict of the people and called on Scotland to accept the democratic […]


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Women are now allowed at St. Andrews Golf Club in Scotland

Historic Vote in Scotland Allows Women to Join

Historic Golf Vote in Scotland THUNDER BAY – GOLF – Change is apparently happening already in Scotland. The Old Course, St. Andrews which is the place where the game of golf started held a historic vote today. The results are already in. While millions around the world wait for the big referendum result, the vote […]


Posted 18 September 2014 by in Featured
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ISIS has released a video of a British Journalist held captive by the group

ISIS Releases Video of British Journalist

British journalist John Cantlie shown in ISIS video Islamic State militants fighting in Iraq and Syria released a video on Thursday that they state shows British journalist John Cantlie in captivity. In the video, Cantlie says he will soon reveal “facts” about the group to counter its portrayal in Western media. The Islamic State, which […]


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Volunteer Thunder Bay ran a very popular booth at Riverfest.

Get Involved – Volunteer in Thunder Bay

Lots of Volunteer Opportunities in Thunder Bay THUNDER BAY – It is fall. In many ways fall is like a new start of the year. People are taking classes, looking for activities for the winter, and finding out what to do. Kelly Rooney with the City of Thunder Bay shares some of the opportunities that […]


Posted 18 September 2014 by in Entertainment
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Thunder Bay Superior North MP Deputy Leader of the Green Party Bruce Hyer

Bruce Hyer – Harper Deal with Communist China is ‘Insane’

Bruce Hyer Denounces Harper Government on China Deal OTTAWA – Bruce Hyer, MP for Thunder Bay-Superior North and Deputy Leader of the Green Party of Canada denounced Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s unprecedented move to ratify the Canada-China Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (FIPA). Ratification of the international accord by Cabinet was made without debate […]


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