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Powering to 30 lifts, this budding strong lady under the careful supervision of Kateri Skaarup

We are all, by nature, born good – Kateri Banning-Skaarup

THUNDER BAY - LIVING - We are all, by nature, born good- No one is truly bad- No one is truly right- No one is...
Powering to 30 lifts, this budding strong lady under the careful supervision of Kateri Skaarup

Kateri Banning Skaarup – Fort William First Nation Candidate

FORT WILLIAM FN - On April 11th, Fort William First Nation members will head to the polls and vote in the Band Council Election....
Powering to 30 lifts, this budding strong lady under the careful supervision of Kateri Skaarup

Kateri Banning Skaarup – The Story of Me

FORT WILLIAM FIRST NATION - My name is Kateri (Banning) Skaarup, I am a Fort William First Nations Member and Candidate for Council in the upcoming...
Pope Benedict XVI

Leading a simple life, Kateri remained faithful – Pope Benedict XVI

THUNDER BAY - “Leading a simple life, Kateri remained faithful to her love for Jesus, to prayer, and to daily Mass. Her greatest wish...
Ribbons at Dease Pool

Dease Pool Update by Lori Paras

THUNDER BAY - LETTERS - The Renew Dease Pool team has been meeting with local politicians and other community stakeholders to prepare the way to...
Ali Sow of the Laurier Golden Hawks men’s basketball team and Katerine Savard from the Montreal Carabins women’s swimming squad are the U SPORTS Male and Female Athletes of the Week for the period ending Jan. 20, 2019

U SPORTS Athletes of the Week (#17): Laurier’s Sow, Montreal’s Savard honoured

TORONTO - SPORTS – Ali Sow of the Laurier Golden Hawks men’s basketball team and Katerine Savard from the Montreal Carabins women’s swimming squad...

Community Members Rally and Work to Save Dease Pool

THUNDER BAY - NEWS - Community members in Thunder Bay have not stopped their efforts to save Dease Pool. The 104-year-old pool was voted...
New Year's Eve Pow Wow 2018

Beginning our New Years 2019 with a celebration of our Indigenous Heritage

Culture and Grassroots Come Together to Share Thunder Bay – INDIGENOUS  – The Thundering of the Big Drums, and empowering songs by our women hand-drummers,...
Meeting at The Hub on Victoria Avenue to Save Dease Pool.

Community Meets to Save Dease Pool

THUNDER BAY - Dease Pool was the topic of discussion at a community meeting held at The Hub in downtown Fort William. In an often...
Thunder Bay City Hall on Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day is About Respect and Inspiration

A City Remembers Our Past and Respects our Future THUNDER BAY – The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. Remembrance Day...
Efforts are underway to make sure the Carousel at Chippewa Park can remain in place making great memories

Capital Campaign to Save Chippewa Park Carousel Underway

THUNDER BAY - The Friends of Chippewa Park Carousel Restoration Committee gathered with the public to unveil its capital campaign to save the 103-year-old...
Green space in urban environments

The human payoff to urban green space

It's a matter of sanitation, hygiene, health and aesthetics, and mental well-being, among other things By Natalia Pryadilina, Roy Damary and Allan Bonner Just as forests are the...