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President Obama Reflects on 2014 and Sets Stage for 2015

President Obama is heading into the 4th quarter of his presidency
President Obama into 4th Quarter WASHINGTON – NEWS – “This past year has been the strongest for job growth...

Christmas Weather Outlook Looking Snowy

Red River Road and High Street, snow covering the road surface is causing slippery roads.
Santa Bomb Headed to Ontario THUNDER BAY – The significant weather system headed to Ontario, first reported on NNL...

RCMP Toys for the North 2014 On schedule Making Children Happy

Loading the North Star Air plane in Thunder Bay
RCMP Helping Santa With Deliveries of Toys to Matawa Communities THUNDER BAY – NEWS – Updated – The Royal...

Minister Rickford Raises Concern on Ring of Fire

Minister Greg Rickford
Natural Resources Minister Greg Rickford says Ring of Fire oversight body needs overhaul TORONTO • The Ontario government wants...

Simply Unpardonable – Peshawar School Attack

No Pardons for Terrible hate
“Look at all the hate…” You may leave here for four days in space, But, when you return it’s...

Christmas Comes Early for Webiquie and Ogoki

Santa arrives to spread Christmas cheer
WEBIQUIE, OGOKI POST - Santa Claus has been busy in Northern Ontario this week. Perhaps it is that the...

Greenland Ice Sheet In HD

This elevation map of two outlet glaciers in Greenland is part of a set of maps created by researchers at The Ohio State University and the University of Minnesota. The researchers took Worldview satellite data and processed it with Ohio State software. The resulting maps, which made their debut at the American Geophysical Union meeting on Dec. 18, are the highest resolution elevation maps ever created of the study region, which so far covers part of Alaska and the Greenland Ice Sheet. Shown here are the outlet glaciers Sermeq Silardleq (middle top) and Kangigdleq (middle bottom). Credit: The Ohio State University and the University of Minnesota
THUNDER BAY - The Greenland Ice Sheet is shrinking. The long-term result of that ever shrinking massive sheet of...

How Redford’s Missteps Led To The Wildrose Downfall

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CALGARY – POLITICS - The late, great Rod Love believed fervently that democracy turns on small things. Over a longish...

NDC Finds Its Stride!

NDC SKIER SCOTT HILL FOLLOWS TEAM MATE BOB THOMPSON AROUND THE COURSE.
THUNDER BAY – SPORTS - The National Development Camp started off its official race season this weekend in Rossland,...

Gordie Howe Recovering from Stroke

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Gordie Howe underwent stem cell clinical trial in Mexico The family of Gordie Howe on Friday released a statement further detailing the improvements the Detroit Red Wings legend has made over the past few weeks. Son Mark Howe told...

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The Vatican is set for Christmas

Vatican Ready for Christmas

Vatican lights up for Christmas celebrations VATICAN – The Vatican was bathed in an array of new lights on Friday (December 19) as it kicked off its annual Christmas celebrations. The lighting of the tree in St. Peter’s Square, which traditionally marks the start of the Christmas celebrations at the Vatican, coincided this year with […]


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President Obama is heading into the 4th quarter of his presidency

President Obama Reflects on 2014 and Sets Stage for 2015

President Obama into 4th Quarter WASHINGTON – NEWS – “This past year has been the strongest for job growth since the 1990s,” stated US President Obama. “Contributing to the nearly 11 million jobs added by our businesses over a 57-month streak. America is leading the rest of the world, in containing the spread of Ebola, […]


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No Pardons for Terrible hate

Simply Unpardonable – Peshawar School Attack

“Look at all the hate…” You may leave here for four days in space, But, when you return it’s the same ole place… Just think of all the hate…” …from the song: Eve of Destruction, Barry MacGuire @1965) Unlike former days before avant garde newspapers like the Washington Post or the London Times became available […]


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Health News Radon

Gordie Howe Recovering from Stroke

Gordie Howe underwent stem cell clinical trial in Mexico The family of Gordie Howe on Friday released a statement further detailing the improvements the Detroit Red Wings legend has made over the past few weeks. Son Mark Howe told the Free Press on Thursday that Gordie Howe “isn’t so much walking as shuffling about.” Gordie […]


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Minister Greg Rickford

Minister Rickford Raises Concern on Ring of Fire

Natural Resources Minister Greg Rickford says Ring of Fire oversight body needs overhaul TORONTO • The Ontario government wants Ottawa to pony up $1 billion for the massive “Ring of Fire” mineral belt, but the federal natural resources minister is warning that key structural challenges still need to be overcome. Foremost among these is the […]


Posted 19 December 2014 by in Business
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Business Report

Start Up Weekend Designed to Foster Entrepreneurs and Innovation

Calling all Thunder Bay Entrepreneurs THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – Startup Weekends are 54-hour events designed to provide superior experiential education for technical and non-technical entrepreneurs. Beginning with Friday night pitches and continuing through brainstorming, business plan development, and basic prototype creation, Startup Weekends culminate in Sunday night demos and presentations. Participants create working startups […]


Posted 19 December 2014 by in Business
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How Redford’s Missteps Led To The Wildrose Downfall

CALGARY – POLITICS – The late, great Rod Love believed fervently that democracy turns on small things. Over a longish lunch at Buon Giorno restaurant on 17th Avenue S.W. many years ago, Love related to a listening reporter the lesson he and Ralph Klein learned in that regard, and how it shaped their whole approach to […]


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Thunder Bay is changing. Some are embracing change, others are fighting it.

Community Resources Contacts for Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – Living – The holiday season is a time of many contrasts. People come together to help charities, gather with families, and share in the seasonal festivities. Television has shows sharing the messages and joy of the season. However for many people, the holiday can be a time of hardship. For some the message […]


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