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Premier Wynne Moves to Prevent Teacher’s Strike with Legislation

Premier Wynne in Thunder Bay - stock image
TORONTO – The Ontario Government is moving to prevent a province-wide teachers strike. Today, Premier Kathleen Wynne’s government has...

Harbour Expressway Construction Delayed Due to Wet Weather

Road closed signs mean road improvements in Thunder Bay
THUNDER BAY – ROAD CONSTRUCTION – The start of the resurfacing of the Harbour Expressway between Highway 11/17 and...

Hornepayne Elders Face Lawsuit from NAN over Office Occupation

Elders from the Hornepayne First Nation have been occupying the NAN Head Office on Fort William First Nation since April 8 2015.
Office Occupation Leads to Legal Action FORT WILLIAM FIRST NATION – Since April 8 2015, Elders from the Hornepayne...

North Star Air Expanding its Coverage of the North

Cargo North Basler Bt-67 - From the outside it looks like a DC-3 but inside it is modern, fast and comfortable
North Star – “Basler BT-67 is truly a game changer for the north” THUNDER BAY, ON – AVIATION – Effective...

March of Dimes – Follow the MODMobility Journey

Thunder Bay City Hall and the plaza are in great shape in downtown Fort William
THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Beginning in June, 2015, March of Dimes Canada (MODC) will be rolling out its...

Red Bull Air Race Series Continues in Croatia

Pete McLeod and his Garmin Racing team were searching for more engine power in training on Thursday ahead of Friday’s Qualifying for the 2015 Red Bull World Championship season opener in Abu Dhabi after the Canadian ace struggled in an unaccustomed position back in the middle of the pack.
ROVINJ, Croatia – Paul Bonhomme will take a commanding six-point lead in the Red Bull Air Race World Championship...

Gamers Will Rejoice with Kahawai Cloud Gaming

Video Gaming
DURHAM, N.C. – TECH – Gamers might one day be able to enjoy the same graphics-intensive fast-action video games...

From the House – Cuts to Fednor – John Rafferty MP

Parliament of Canada
THUNDER BAY – POLITICS – This past week I held a press conference in Thunder Bay to present new...

Thunder Bay Chill Back from St. Louis with 1-0-1 Record

Thunder Bay Chill
THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – The Thunder Bay Chill (1-0-1) are heading home from St. Louis with a win...

Bluewave Energy – Delivering Much More than Fuel

Bluewave Energy is Canada’s largest independent fuel distributor and has a strong belief in supporting the local communities in which they serve. They are proud to support innovative cancer care in Northwestern Ontario through their commitment to the Exceptional Cancer Care Campaign. Pictured l-r are, from Bluewave Energy, Tyson Beals, John Turuba, Silvana Kostiuk, Trevor Mikus, Bernie Oleksuk, and Darcy Otway, with Dan Bissonnette (3rd from left), Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation.
THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – Sitting down with Trevor Mikus, Branch Manager at Bluewave Energy in Thunder Bay, I ask ‘What’s so special about Bluewave?’ He answers unequivocally, “It’s the people and the leadership. When I brought forward the...

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Cargo North Basler Bt-67 - From the outside it looks like a DC-3 but inside it is modern, fast and comfortable

North Star Air Expanding its Coverage of the North

North Star – “Basler BT-67 is truly a game changer for the north” THUNDER BAY, ON – AVIATION – Effective May 25th 2015,  North Star Air will open its new operating base in Red Lake and effective June 1st 2015 they are offering new services to Neskantaga First Nation from their operating base in Pickle Lake […]


Posted 25 May 2015 by in Business
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Premier Wynne in Thunder Bay - stock image

Premier Wynne Moves to Prevent Teacher’s Strike with Legislation

TORONTO – The Ontario Government is moving to prevent a province-wide teachers strike. Today, Premier Kathleen Wynne’s government has introduced legislation to protect the school year for 72,000 public secondary students in Durham, Rainbow and Peel district school boards following an advisement from the Education Relations Commission that students are in jeopardy of not being […]


Posted 25 May 2015 by in Featured
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Chamber of Commerce

APEX Summit Offers Path for Partnerships in Business

Building Business Partnerships in Thunder Bay THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Tbaytel and Nishnawbe Aski Development Fund are presenting the Aboriginal Partnership Exchange. Morning Keynote – Chief Clarence Louie, Osoyoos Indian Band – “A Pathway to Prosperity” Luncheon Keynote – Calvin Helin, Renowned Author & Speaker […]


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Ontario Teachers and Government at an Impasse Again

THUNDER BAY – Following two days of discussions involving a seasoned mediator, the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF/FEESO) reports that the Federation is disappointed to say that negotiations with the Government of Ontario and the Ontario Public School Boards’ Association have once again arrived at an impasse. OSSTF/FEESO President Paul Elliott stated, “In spite […]


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