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respect Award presented to Farhan Yousaf

This year’s recipient, Farhan Yousaf, is an international student at Lakehead University and is deeply committed to facilitating an environment and culture that is inclusive of all peoples and cultures.
THUNDER BAY – NEWS – The 2017 respect. Award was presented to Farhan Yousaf at Diversity Thunder Bay’s 11th...

Canada Water Week kicks off across the country

Beautiful Lake of the Woods in Kenora Ontario
TORONTO – “Anyone who has studied Canada’s history knows that we built this country on its water and waterways,” says Robert...

US Commission on Civil Rights Meeting in South Dakota

People take part in a protest for the killing of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile during a march along Manhattan's streets in New York July 7, 2016. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
ABERDEEN, S.D – CIVIL Rights – On Friday, March 24, 2017, the South Dakota Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on...

Canadian Spirits Manufacturers Shocked by Liberal Budget

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TORONTO – “We are absolutely shocked and dismayed that the federal government has decided to saddle Canadian Spirits manufacturers with...

The Daily Dilemma of Skipping Breakfast

Almost 40% of Canadians skip breakfast – the most important meal of the day. Are you one of them?
By Sara Chow, Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Do you have a daily...

Great Time to be an Artist in Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – Two Canadian regional premieres.  A gripping mystery.  A door slamming farce. A Christmas classic. A...

Drone Delivery Canada Signs Agreements to Develop Vision Based Navigation

Drone Delivery is rapidly becoming increasingly possible and affordable.
  Toronto, ON – TECH – Drone Delivery Canada has announced that it has entered into a Sponsored Research and...

Healthcare at Tipping Point over Hydro

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QUEEN’S PARK – The hydro bill at Sudbury’s Health Sciences North has soared by almost $1 million over a five-year...

Laurentian and Memorial Win Curling Championships

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THUNDER BAY, Ont. (U SPORTS) – The Laurentian Voyageurs (women) and Memorial Sea-Hawks (men) captured the 2017 U SPORTS/Curling...

PhD Candidate Researcher Pioneers “Agentless” Contrast Technique for Identifying Prostate Cancer

Chris Abraham, a PhD candidate at the Health Research Institute, presented his research on two topics related to prostate cancer at a conference in Vienna, Austria.
by Graham Strong THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – Chris Abraham, a PhD candidate working with Dr. Laura Curiel and...

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Almost 40% of Canadians skip breakfast – the most important meal of the day. Are you one of them?

The Daily Dilemma of Skipping Breakfast

By Sara Chow, Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Do you have a daily dilemma of skipping breakfast? If yes, then you might want to read this. A recent statement from the American Heart Association, which summarizes research on meal timing and frequency, indicates that our eating patterns are changing

Posted 23 March 2017 by in Family
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Katimavik and First Nations University Team Up

REGINA – EDUCATION – Providing more opportunities for Indigenous youth to pursue their life goals through successful post-secondary learning and developing job market skills for the 21st century is the cornerstone of a new partnership between First Nations University and Katimavik. With restored funding for Katimavik, this agreement will enable the partners to work together to

Posted 23 March 2017 by in Anishinaabe
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Chris Abraham, a PhD candidate at the Health Research Institute, presented his research on two topics related to prostate cancer at a conference in Vienna, Austria.

PhD Candidate Researcher Pioneers “Agentless” Contrast Technique for Identifying Prostate Cancer

by Graham Strong THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – Chris Abraham, a PhD candidate working with Dr. Laura Curiel and Dr. Samuel Pichardo at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Research Institute, presented research in Vienna, Austria in 2016 that represents early steps to a whole new way of diagnosing and treating prostate cancer. Contrast in medical

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