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Update on Abandoned Elevator Rescue

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THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police have issued a follow-up advisory regarding the efforts to rescue a man who...

Northwestern Ontario Wastewater Conference Underway

Sonny Randle – EMCO, Shelby Jaspers – City of Thunder Bay’s Training & Quality Assurance Coordinator, Matthew Miedema – City of Thunder Bay’s Project Engineer and Chair – Northwestern Ontario Water & Wastewater Conference, Tony Santos – City of Thunder Bay’s Supervisor – Municipal Drinking Water Licensing Program, Erin Marcella-Fui – City of Thunder Bay’s Operations Supervisor – Bare Point Water Treatment Plant, Henry Connor – City of Thunder Bay’s Technology Management Specialist, Aaron Ward – City of Thunder Bay’s Project Engineer, Michelle Warywoda – City of Thunder Bay’s Director of Environment.
THUNDER BAY – The 63rd Annual Northwestern Ontario Water & Wastewater Conference (NWOWWC) kicked off Thursday at the Victoria...

New Canadian Ranger Patrol Named in Nibinamik First Nation

Brigadier-General Stephen Cadden, left, congratulates Sergeant Paul Oskineegish, centre, on become his patrol's new commander, along with Chief Johnny Yellowhead, right - Photo Sgt. Peter Moon
Nibinamik First Nation – A remote community in the Far North of Ontario now has its own Canadian Ranger...

4 Ways that advance systems can change your business

The power of information can help or hamper many people in today's world
LONDON – BUSINESS – One of the things that separate successful businesses from failing ones is how efficiently they extract...

OPP LAUNCH PROJECT SAFE TRADE

Online classified and auction sites are often used as tools to sell stolen property to unknowing victims and can present a safety threat. In order to increase public safety and reduce crime, the Ontario Provincial Police is inviting members of the public to use their OPP detachment parking lot to facilitate property transactions arranged online.
OPP Create local zones to safely exchange online purchases ORILLIA, ON – The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has provincially...

CP Holiday Train – Northern Ontario Schedule

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THUNDER BAY – The annual trek across Canada for the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will feature Colin James and...

What was the Bitcoin Fork and How Will it Affect Prices?

Bitcoin Fork - How will it affect you
NEW YORK – Those who have been following the exceptional rise of bitcoin over recent years will have heard of...

Quebec to ban face coverings in public sector

Women in traditional garb gather to protest against Quebec's proposed Charter of Values in Montreal, September 14, 2013. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi/File Photo
While the law does not specify which face coverings are prohibited, the debate has largely focused on the niqab...

Sportop Queens Finish Strong at CCM NIT

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN – The Thunder Bay Sportop Midget AA Queens took part in the CCM National Invitational Tournament this...

Yummy Market Smoked Lake Trout Recall Notice

Yummy Market Inc. is recalling Yummy Market brand Smoked Lake Trout w/Pepper with Cracked Black Pepper from the marketplace because it may permit the growth of Clostridium botulinum.
OTTAWA – LIVING – Yummy Market Inc. is recalling Yummy Market brand Smoked Lake Trout w/Pepper with Cracked Black Pepper...

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Update on Abandoned Elevator Rescue

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police have issued a follow-up advisory regarding the efforts to rescue a man who had apparently got lost inside an abandoned grain elevator. The incident happened at the elevator on Shipyard Drive just north of Marina Park. Police say that a large number of emergency service resources were utilized for

Posted 22 October 2017 by in Featured
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First Responders rescue women from Neebing River

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police Service report that patrol officers responded to multiple 911 calls from concerned citizens to report that they can hear female voices yelling for help and splashing in the river. In a media release issued Sunday, Police say that before 11:30 p.m. on October 21, 20 17, emergency service personnel responded to the area

Posted 22 October 2017 by in Featured
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Sporttop Queens Hockey

Sportop Queens Finish Strong at CCM NIT

MINNEAPOLIS, MN – The Thunder Bay Sportop Midget AA Queens took part in the CCM National Invitational Tournament this past weekend and opened things up Friday morning by taking on Team CCM. The Queens jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the first with goals from Brenna Nicol and Ellen Svane. The second period would see

Posted 22 October 2017 by in Featured
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