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TBPS Report – Marlin Chookomolin Died in Hospital

Superior North EMS
THUNDER BAY – NEWS – Thunder Bay Police are reporting that twenty-five-year-old Marlan Patrick Chookomolin has died at the...

Forest Fire Situation Update Northwest Region: June 25, 2017

Crews working to mop up Nipigon District Fire 007
THUNDER BAY – Time of Report 16:15 – Northwest Region There were no new fires in the Northwest Region by...

UNDER THE NORTHERN SKY – Talking To Geese

Canada Geese with their young at Kam River Park - July 5 2016
by Xavier Kataquapit KIRKLAND LAKE – In Kirkland Lake this past month, I had the opportunity to appreciate Niska (Canada...

Softwood Lumber Fight Heats Up

Lumber stacked at Mission Sawmill in Thunder Bay Ontario
THUNDER BAY – The issue of softwood lumber is heating up. Canada and the United States are sparring over...

Lets Talk about your Toenails

Health and Beauty
THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Do you ever feel like your shoes are tight but only on your big...

Mama’s Country Record Collection Blast from the Past

Thom Currie wrote Mama’s Country Record Collection
THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – Mama’s Country Record Collection is a blast from the past.  At least it is for...

DDoS down under: lessons to learn from another big target buckling under an attack

The Computer Classroom in the Thunder Bay offices of Oshki-Pimache-O-Win
LONDON – It wasn’t a great day when a major Australian domain name server went down to a DDoS attack...

Trump Clampdown on Immigration Leaves People Trapped in Canadian Limbo

Raul Contreras, 19, of Honduras, who is seeking refugee status in Canada, looks at job-seeking materials provided by the YMCA at a long-stay hotel in Toronto, Ontario, Canada April 9, 2017. Picture taken April 9, 2017. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
By Anna Mehler Paperny and Rod Nickel TORONTO/WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) – Thousands of people who fled to Canada to...

SIJHL Gets Ready for AGM in Thunder Bay

SIJHL
THUNDER BAY, Ont. – The Superior International Junior Hockey League will be holding its Annual General Meeting Wednesday in...

Night Shift May Hinder Ability to Repair DNA Damage

Health News Radon
THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Night shift workers and night owls may be putting their DNA at risk. Night shift...

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Lumber stacked at Mission Sawmill in Thunder Bay Ontario

Softwood Lumber Fight Heats Up

THUNDER BAY – The issue of softwood lumber is heating up. Canada and the United States are sparring over the issues of trade between Canada and the United States have both sides digging in once again. At risk for Canada and Ontario are tens of thousands of Canadian jobs. The U.S. Lumber Coalition released the

Posted 28 June 2017 by in Business
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MNR Fishing

Channeling Angler Efforts Toward Catfish

Choosing Catfish over Walleye By Ron Wilson In the upper reaches of Lake Sakakawea and Lake Oahe, channel catfish rule. Game and Fish Department fisheries personnel work with channel catfish netted from the Missouri River System. These fish, and others, were stocked in waters around the state. That is to say that North Dakota Game

Posted 28 June 2017 by in Featured
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Lakehead Search and Rescue

“LOST” PEOPLES’ SCENARIOS – THUNDER BAY

THUNDER BAY – There were three “lost” people in the Thunder Bay area as Lakehead Search and Rescue had its summer search and rescue scenarios – SAREX – to practise and hone their searching skills.  Lead by Dan Currie and Tim Wheeler, Search Managers, and designed by Don Lalonde, Bob Grieve and Denise Wallace, this exercise

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