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Drug Seizure at Fort Frances Port of Entry

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FORT FRANCES – The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) announced today the...

Zebra Mussels Discovered in Four Minnesota Lakes

Zebra mussels were found at Big Birch Lake, in Todd and Stearns counties.
DULUTH – ENVIRONMENT – The Department of Natural Resources has confirmed four new reports of zebra mussels in Minnesota lakes:...

Every Child Matters – Healing Walk 2016

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THUNDER BAY – Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Deputy Grand Chief Anna Betty Achneepineskum was joined by First Nation leaders, municipal...

Small Business Showcase at Intercity Mall on October 2nd

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THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – The Thunder Bay & District Entrepreneur Centre’s second annual Small Business Showcase is taking...

Dedication to Lakehead University Leads to Naismith Scholar

Julia Ieropoli (centre) was named Lakehead University's inaugural Naysmith Scholar on Friday. The Naysmith Scholar announcement was made with Dr. John Naysmith (third from left); Bob Rooney (Dr. Naysmith's son-in-law, far left); Jean-Ann Naysmith Rooney (Dr. Naysmith's daughter, second from left); Dr. Brian Stevenson; Dr. Ulf Runesson; and Sasha Naysmith McMonagle (Dr. Naysmith's granddaughter, far right).
Thunder Bay, ON -EDUCATION – Dr. Brian Stevenson, Lakehead University’s President and Vice-Chancellor, honoured Dr. John Naysmith on Friday, Sept....

PM Justin Trudeau No Charmer to Prince George

Britain's Prince William, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte arrive at the Victoria International Airport for the start of their eight day royal tour to Canada in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, September 24, 2016. Also pictured (C, rear) are Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau. REUTERS/Kevin Light
TORONTO (Reuters) – Blame it on jet lag or maybe a precocious knowledge that his great-grandmother is Canada’s head...

Northern Ontario Statistical Data Easier to Access

The power of information can help or hamper many people in today's world
THUNDER BAY – The Northern Policy Institute has just made it easier to access statistical data at the community...

INAC Minister Bennett Statement on Orange Shirt Day

Federal Minister Bennett is asking educators and Chiefs to come forward with a plan
OTTAWA – Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, issued the following statement today: “Today, from coast to coast...

Lakehead Women Top Dalhousie at Helen Campbell Tourney

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Fredericton, NB – SPORTS – The Lakehead Women’s Basketball team has earned their first win of the season over the...

Geraldton Resident Awarded $500 for Staying Smoke-Free

Patrick Liscomb, $500 First Week Challenge Contest winner (left), and Jeff Werner, Senior Coordinator for Smokers’ Helpline (right), at the Thunder Bay District Health Unit in Geraldton
Geraldton, Ontario – LIVING – Patrick Liscomb from Geraldton is cashing in after staying smoke-free for the first week...

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Patrick Liscomb, $500 First Week Challenge Contest winner (left), and Jeff Werner, Senior Coordinator for Smokers’ Helpline (right), at the Thunder Bay District Health Unit in Geraldton

Geraldton Resident Awarded $500 for Staying Smoke-Free

Geraldton, Ontario – LIVING – Patrick Liscomb from Geraldton is cashing in after staying smoke-free for the first week of the month of September. His $500 prize is a reward for his participation in the Canadian Cancer Society’s First Week Challenge Contest, a monthly initiative that encourages tobacco users in Ontario to make a quit

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