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Pikangikum Protest Leaves OPP Barricaded in Office

Pikangikum First Nation
THUNDER BAY – A Northern Ontario community reacted to an incident that is making the rounds on social media....

Rainfall Warning for Wawa – June 30 2015

Rainfall Warning
WAWA – WEATHER – A Rainfall Warning was issued at 05:05AM this morning for the Wawa, Pukaskwa Park, White...

First Nations are leading the charge to protect the Great Lakes Ecosystem – Chief Day

Chief Isadore Day has declared his intention to seek the role as Ontario Regional Chief
THUNDER BAY – “First Nations are leading the charge to protect the Great Lakes Ecosystem. We created a Declaration to guide...

North Star Air Takes Off with New Counters at Thunder Bay International Airport

Thunder Bay International Airport
THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – North Star Air is continuing to grow. At the Thunder Bay International Airport, North...

Enforcement Blitz Finds Most Ignace Anglers Follow Rules

Older fishing boat on Fort William First Nation
THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Most anglers checked during a two-day fisheries enforcement blitz near Ignace were in compliance with...

Thunder Bay Prepares for Canada Day

Canada Day
THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – Are you set for Canada Day? The Recreation & Culture Division on Thursday announced...

Lakehead University Researcher examining economic potential of Marathon minerals

Lakehead University
THUNDER BAY – TECH – Lakehead University researchers are receiving more than $2.6 million to examine the economic potential of...

Boston offers City Hall to Go

Boston offers "City Hall to Go"
Innovation in Boston with City Hall to Go THUNDER BAY – An idea from the City of Boston might...

Kevin Spooner Outlasts Challengers to Capture Syncrude Boreal Open

Fantastic conditions and great golf at the PGA TOUR Canada Staal Foundation Open
Fort McMurray, AB – West Vancouver, British Columbia’s Kevin Spooner outlasted Choctaw, Oklahoma’s Talor Gooch and Thornhill, Ontario’s Ben...

Thunderbird Partnership Foundation – Native Wellness Assessment a First in Canada

Chief Austin Bear, Muskoday First Nation
SASKATOON – HEALTH – “Drug and alcohol addictions among Indigenous people is a serious health concern in Canada,” says Board President, Chief Austin Bear of the Muskoday First Nation. He says a recent federal study found that a third of First Nations...

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Boston offers "City Hall to Go"

Boston offers City Hall to Go

Innovation in Boston with City Hall to Go THUNDER BAY – An idea from the City of Boston might be something that many communities decide to borrow. In a media statement, the City of Boston state, “Inspired by food trucks, our bright and friendly mobile City Hall truck is about serving city residents where they […]


Posted 30 June 2015 by in Civic Politics
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Rainfall Warning

Rainfall Warning for Wawa – June 30 2015

WAWA – WEATHER – A Rainfall Warning was issued at 05:05AM this morning for the Wawa, Pukaskwa Park, White River, and Dubreuilville areas. Environment Canada reports: 5:05 AM EDT Tuesday 30 June 2015 Rainfall warning in effect for: Wawa – Pukaskwa Park White River – Dubreuilville An area of very slow moving showers with isolated […]


Posted 30 June 2015 by in Top Stories
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Pikangikum First Nation

Pikangikum Protest Leaves OPP Barricaded in Office

THUNDER BAY – A Northern Ontario community reacted to an incident that is making the rounds on social media. A community member in Pikangikum was tasered by a Pikangikum Police office during an arrest on Saturday that led to a small protest that escalated into a larger dispute that left the OPP barricading themselves inside of the […]


Posted 29 June 2015 by in Featured
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Construction Season in Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay Road Construction Updates – June 29 2015

THUNDER BAY – ROAD UPDATE – Spring and Summer are full on Construction Season in Thunder Bay. River Street from Rockwood Avenue to Pine Street will close to through traffic on Thursday, July 2, to facilitate storm sewer construction. The work is expected to take one day to complete. Local traffic access will be available […]


Posted 29 June 2015 by in News
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A very special announcement that will see a Northwestern Ontario group heading to China

Aboriginal Liaison Unit Seeks Sponsors for China Trip

THUNDER BAY – The Aboriginal Liaison Unit is looking for sponsors to bring 10 Aboriginal youth to Jiaozou, China, to represent the Aboriginal community and the City of Thunder Bay and Canada during opening ceremonies at an international Tai Chi competition and festival in August. “The Aboriginal Liaison Unit was approached by Peng You, a […]


Posted 29 June 2015 by in Featured
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Web Conferencing

Five Web Conferencing Tools for Collaborating Assignation

THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – No matter what your particular line of work may be, a company’s output is only as good as its employees…and your employees’ output is only as good as their ability to communicate. Being able to collaborate effectively – among employees, among teams, among customers and business associates – is an […]


Posted 29 June 2015 by in Business
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