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Climate Change Debate Needs To Up Its Professionalism

Climate Change Debate
THUNDER BAY – “May you live in interesting times” – That statement is one few of us do not...

Frosty Morning in Thunder Bay

Frost is greeting most people across the region this morning.
THUNDER BAY – WEATHER - An Arctic Front is hovering over Northwestern Ontario. Frost warnings were issued by Environment...

AMC Grand Chief Nepinak Joins in Winnipeg Search for MMIW

Assembly of Manitoba Grand Chief Derek Nepinak walking in the Full Moon Memory Walk
AMC Grand Chief Joins Red River Search Effort WINNIPEG - The issue of missing and murdered Aboriginal women is...

Cliffs Natural Resources Tap Out on Ring of Fire

Cliffs Natural Resources
Ring of Fire Assets Up For Sale THUNDER BAY – MINING - In January 2013, Cliffs Natural Resources was...

September 18 – This Day in History

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Today in History for September 18th THUNDER BAY – Highlights of this day in history: Congress passes the Fugitive...

Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra 2014/15 Season Starting

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Thunder Bay – ENTERTAINMENT – The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra (TBSO) 2014/15 Season begins in one-month! Single tickets will...

One of Franklin Expedition Ships Found

Sir John Franklin
Canada finds sunken ship from doomed 1845 expedition OTTAWA – Canadian explorers have found one of the two lost...

Bruce Hyer – Harper Deal with Communist China is ‘Insane’

Thunder Bay Superior North MP Deputy Leader of the Green Party Bruce Hyer
Bruce Hyer Denounces Harper Government on China Deal OTTAWA – Bruce Hyer, MP for Thunder Bay-Superior North and Deputy...

NFL Struggles With Public Image

Denver Broncos Quarterback Payton Manning.
Another major NFL sponsor has released a prepared statement in response to the recent domestic abuse allegations against NFL...

TBRRI Medical Research Drives Better Healthcare Today

Keith Taylor, Co-Chair of the PFA Advisory Council, said that research is important to local healthcare because it has a direct impact on patient care. Thanks to wise investments in health research by our community through the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation’s Health Discovery Fund, we are Bringing Discoveries to Life and together, making our region healthier, wealthier, and smarter.
THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – Part of the Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute’s mission is to enable patient-centred medical research that will make Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario healthier, wealthier, and smarter. This article is Part 1 of a...

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Thunder Bay Superior North MP Deputy Leader of the Green Party Bruce Hyer

Bruce Hyer – Harper Deal with Communist China is ‘Insane’

Bruce Hyer Denounces Harper Government on China Deal OTTAWA – Bruce Hyer, MP for Thunder Bay-Superior North and Deputy Leader of the Green Party of Canada denounced Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s unprecedented move to ratify the Canada-China Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (FIPA). Ratification of the international accord by Cabinet was made without debate […]


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Australian Police Make Anti Terrorism Arrests

Australian officials carry out sweeping counter-terrorism raids BRISBANE – NEWS – Australian police conducted massive anti-terrorism raids Thursday which official said were to to thwart planned acts of violence against the public. Hundreds of heavily armed police in Sydney and Brisbane stormed into homes and businesses before dawn and have detained at least 15 people. […]


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Sioux Lookout

Business Agreement Reached: Sioux Lookout, KI, and Lac Seul FN

Economic Agreement To Boost Northwestern Ontario SIOUX LOOKOUT, ON – Sioux Lookout, Lac Seul First Nation and Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI, formerly Big Trout Lake), Ontario, have decided to collaborate on a joint project and will have access to funding and facilitation supports through the First Nations – Municipal Community Economic Development Initiative (CEDI) to advance […]


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Frost is greeting most people across the region this morning.

Frosty Morning in Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – An Arctic Front is hovering over Northwestern Ontario. Frost warnings were issued by Environment Canada. For many across the region plants not protected from frost or vegetables not taken in may well be damaged by the weather overnight and this morning. Temperatures across the region range from -1c to -3c […]


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September 18 – This Day in History

Today in History for September 18th THUNDER BAY – Highlights of this day in history: Congress passes the Fugitive Slave Act; Anthrax tainted letters sent to NBC and the New York Post. (Sept. 18) Copyright 2014 The Associated Press VIDEO by associatedpress


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Scotland is choosing its future

Historic Vote Underway in Scotland

Polls open in Scotland The polls are open in Scotland in a historic vote that could determine the future of the United Kingdom. Residents are deciding on whether to become independent from Britian. The polls opened under dreary skies in Edinburgh where the first batch of voters willing to speak said they voted YES, for […]


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