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Chief of Police J. P. Lesveque Statement on Ottawa Incident

There is a heavy police response at the National War Memorial in Ottawa
THUNDER BAY – NEWS - Thunder Bay Chief of Police J. P. Levesque has issued a statement on the...

Beijing Marathon Shrouded in Heavy Smog

Beijing International Marathon runners with masks and sponges to combat smog
Imagine Running A Marathon In Heavy Smog Beijing – CLIMATE – Imagine running a full marathon in smog so...

Regional Chief Calls for Community Support

Ontario Regional Chief Beardy
THUNDER BAY – ANISHINABEK - Ontario Regional Chief Beardy is calling upon all communities in Ontario to stand with...

Senegal Airlines flying Q400 NextGen Turboprop Operators in Africa

American Airlines takes Delivery of Bombardier CRJ900
Bombardier Transportation Welcomes Agreement with Senegal Airlines TORONTO = BUSINESS – Bombardier Transportation is the only company in the...

Exercise Improves Attitude and Marks

Biwaase’aa Youth Outreach Worker Kelvin Redsky – sharing Sweat Lodge teachings with St. Ann students
THUNDER BAY - Get up and move. For too many people sitting at a desk is followed by sitting...

Cliff Diving – English Double in World Series Final

Second placed Artem Silchenko (L) of Russia, event and 2014 World Series winner Gary Hunt (C) of the UK, and third placed David Colturi (R) of the USA celebrate with their trophies during the seventh and final stop of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series, Ik Kil cenote, Yucatan, Mexico on October 18th 2014. Photographer: Romina Amato
Gary Hunt Red Bull Cliff Diving World Champ YUCATAN MX – SPORTS – Gary Hunt won in Mexico and...

U.S. Air Force Lands Robotic X-37B Space Plane

X37B Space Plane
X-37B Space Plane Lands in California VANDENBURG AIR FORCE BASE – The U.S. military landed its X-37B robotic space...

Thunder Bay Firefighters Association Endorse Civic Candidates

Quick response by Thunder Bay Fire Rescue to a call on Heron Street. Photo by Braedon Campeau
THUNDER BAY – NEWS - The Thunder Bay Professional Fire Fighters Association (TBPFFA) have announced the association’s endorsed candidates for the...

Lakehead finishes 1-2 at Redbird Classic

Lakehead Thunderwolves Fell in Basketball action in Waterloo to Wilfred Laurier
MONTREAL – SPORTS - The Lakehead University women’s basketball team were defeated, 82-64 by the Regina Cougars on Sunday...

Ebola Virus Fight Continues in Sierra Leone and Liberia

This ship in Las Palmas, Spain, is being loaded with WFP supplies and 1,920 metric tons of USAID-donated commodities and headed for Ebola response operations in Guinea. Photo: WFP/Enrique Pulido
Food aid for Ebola Virus hit Sierra Leone NEW YORK – UN HEADQUARTERS - The United Nations and Governments of countries at the forefront of efforts to turn back the unfolding Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa have agreed...

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Quick response by Thunder Bay Fire Rescue to a call on Heron Street. Photo by Braedon Campeau

Thunder Bay Firefighters Association Endorse Civic Candidates

THUNDER BAY – NEWS – The Thunder Bay Professional Fire Fighters Association (TBPFFA) have announced the association’s endorsed candidates for the Oct. 27 Municipal Election in Thunder Bay. The Association circulated a survey to all registered candidates last month, gauging position on and support for public safety priorities and initiatives. Endorsements were selected by the TBPFFA Political […]


Posted 23 October 2014 by in Civic Politics
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American Airlines takes Delivery of Bombardier CRJ900

Senegal Airlines flying Q400 NextGen Turboprop Operators in Africa

Bombardier Transportation Welcomes Agreement with Senegal Airlines TORONTO = BUSINESS – Bombardier Transportation is the only company in the world which manufactures both aircraft and trains. The company manufactures a wide range of aircraft, today Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has welcomed Dakar-based Senegal Airlines to the family of Q400 NextGen aircraft customers and operators. Senegal Airlines, […]


Posted 23 October 2014 by in Business
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NOMA

Northwestern Ontario Immigration Forum

Minister Jason Kenney Address in Thunder Bay THUNDER BAY – Minister Jason Kenney will address the Thunder Bay Immigration Forum providing a Global View of Diversity in the Canadian Economy. Minister Kenney was scheduled to address the Thunder Bay Audience on Thursday, October 23 2014 at the Victoria Inn. With the events of October 22nd […]


Posted 23 October 2014 by in Business
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Premier Kathleen Wynne

Premier Wynne – Statement on Ottawa Attack

QUEEN’S PARK – Premier Kathleen Wynne issued this statement today following the tragic events that took place in Ottawa: “The appalling acts of violence that occurred today at our National War Memorial and on Parliament Hill have shocked our province and our nation. Details are still forthcoming, but we know this tragedy has resulted in […]


Posted 23 October 2014 by in Canada
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Prime Minister Harper

Canada Wakes to New Realities

OTTAWA – NEWS – After a day of tragedy, heroism, fear and bravery, Canadians today are waking up to what is very likely a new reality for Canada. Prime Minister Harper is calling yesterday’s murder of a Canadian soldier in the nation’s capital an act of terrorism. The Prime Minister addressed Canadians on Wednesday night […]


Posted 23 October 2014 by in Featured
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Michael Nitz with RBC and Stephanie Ash with Firedog Communications at at Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce After Business Event in Thunder Bay

Stephanie Ash Nominated for RBC Entrepreneur Award

THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – RBC Royal Bank is proud to announce that Stephanie Ash, CEO & President has been named a Finalist for the 2014 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards for the Trailblazer Category. The RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards are the pre-eminent national business awards recognizing the country’s leading female entrepreneurs. The program is […]


Posted 23 October 2014 by in Business
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Thunder Bay Police

Thunder Bay Police Raid Hell’s Angels Club House

THUNDER BAY – This morning the Thunder Bay Police Service performed a raid on the Hell’s Angels clubhouse in the city. Police report, “The TBPS Intelligence Unit and the Emergency Task Unit executed a search warrant this morning at the Hells Angels club house located at 636 ½ Simpson Street. “A tactical entry was made […]


Posted 22 October 2014 by in CrimeBeat
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