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Minister Michael Gravelle Takes Ice Bucket Challenge

Smiling with enthusiasm as Minister Gravelle accepts the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS
Ice Bucket Challenge Lake Superior Style THUNDER BAY – Minister of Northern Development and Mines Michael Gravelle took the...

Thunder Bay Weather Outlook – Rain for the Week

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THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – The week is looking a little on the damp side. The weather forecast for...

Mushkegowuk Council Sets Ring of Fire Business Case

The Ring of Fire Presents Huge Opportunity for Ontario.
MUSHKEGOWUK HOMELANDS - The Mushkegowuk Council has announced they will coordinate the development of their business case in support...

Porter Airlines Increases Weekend Flights

Porter Airlines is growing again. Flights to sunny places are part of the Porter plan.
THUNDER BAY - The Thunder Bay International Airport is a busy place. From Thunder Bay, travelers can depart and...

Thunder Bay Transit Shifting to Fall Schedule

Thunder Bay Transit is running.
THUNDER BAY - The calendar says it is still summer, but between the weather, and the start of the...

Trace Adkins Inspires Thunder Bay Red Cross

Trace Adkins at Meet and Greet with Red Cross Thunder Bay helpers and volunteers
Country Superstar Trace Adkins THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Thunder Bay Red Cross volunteers and staff were surprised and...

Microsoft Windows 9 Preview Coming in September

“It’s impressive to see Panasonic bringing its successful heritage of ruggedized PCs to the new designs running Windows 8.1, providing huge value to business customers who need high-resolution screens and durability,” said Jordan Chrysafidis, vice president of Worldwide OEM Marketing, Microsoft Corp.
The next major update of the Windows operating system should be available as soon as September. Reports indicate the...

Clean Energy Through Innovation – Bruce Hyer MP

Elizabeth May and Bruce Hyer in Thunder Bay
Clean Technologies Innovative and Economic Boost – Bruce Hyer THUNDER BAY – POLITICS - Clean technologies can pave a...

PGA TOUR Canada Heads to Waterway Classic

Q-School at the PGA TOUR Canada British Columbia
BATH, ON – SPORTS - The Great Waterway Classic is the ninth of 12 events on the 2014 schedule,...

UN System Coordinator on Ebola dispels myths

A sign outside the Monrovia City Corporation in Liberia aims at preventing the spread of Ebola. Photo: UNMIL
NEW YORK – HEALTH - As the World Health Organization (WHO) ramps up its response to the unprecedented outbreak of the Ebola virus disease in West Africa, the wider United Nations, led by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, has launched a...

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Smiling with enthusiasm as Minister Gravelle accepts the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS

Minister Michael Gravelle Takes Ice Bucket Challenge

Ice Bucket Challenge Lake Superior Style THUNDER BAY – Minister of Northern Development and Mines Michael Gravelle took the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS today to the shore of Lake Superior. Accepting the challenge, the Minister spoke of the need for awareness and a cure for ALS. Micheal Gravelle, as only he can enthuse shared […]


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A sign outside the Monrovia City Corporation in Liberia aims at preventing the spread of Ebola. Photo: UNMIL

UN System Coordinator on Ebola dispels myths

NEW YORK – HEALTH – As the World Health Organization (WHO) ramps up its response to the unprecedented outbreak of the Ebola virus disease in West Africa, the wider United Nations, led by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, has launched a system-wide coordination initiative to assist Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone in their efforts to halt […]


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Elizabeth May and Bruce Hyer in Thunder Bay

Clean Energy Through Innovation – Bruce Hyer MP

Clean Technologies Innovative and Economic Boost – Bruce Hyer THUNDER BAY – POLITICS – Clean technologies can pave a path to innovation and sustainable economic growth. The global clean-tech industry has huge economic potential for Canada. Clean energy technology is efficient and diversifies energy sources. It also reduces negative environmental impacts, especially by reducing greenhouse […]


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Porter Airlines is growing again. Flights to sunny places are part of the Porter plan.

Porter Airlines Increases Weekend Flights

THUNDER BAY – The Thunder Bay International Airport is a busy place. From Thunder Bay, travelers can depart and get to their destinations around the world. From Porter Airlines, travel to the downtown Toronto Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport offers easy access for people heading to Toronto for business. Porter has announce that the airline […]


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International News

Death Toll in Hiroshima Climbs to 39 People

Hiroshima Received Massive Rains Triggering Landslide HIROSHIMA – INTERNATIONAL – Search and rescue teams continue digging through debris in Hiroshima Japan after several landslides claimed the lives of at least 39 people. The dirt and earth buried buildings and crumbled asphalt after the region received a month’s worth of rain in just 24 hours. Some […]


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Shuniah Race for Reeve Heats Up

SHUNIAH – CIVIC POLITICS – Long-time Shuniah Reeve Maria Harding is facing a challenge this October. Veteran Councillor Wendy Landry is taking on 26-year-incumbant Maria Harding for Office of the Reeve of the Municipality of Shuniah. The four-year Shuniah Council veteran says it’s time for some new blood to help the community of Shuniah work […]


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