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Nishnawbe-Aski Grand Chief Harvey Yesno Addresses NOMA Delegates

NAN – Lakehead University Research Project Receives Award

THUNDER BAY – NEWS – Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Harvey Yesno congratulated the researchers and participating First Nations as NAN’s joint research on climate change with Lakehead University was one of the 50+ Research Stories recognized at the Research and Innovation Week Awards Reception on Thursday afternoon. “A two-way exchange of knowledge key to

Posted 13 March 2015 by in Anishinaabe
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Business News

Fiscal Austerity Recipe for Economic Decimation

FREDERICTON, NB – POLITICS – Provincial governments across Canada are doing a lot of soul searching as they craft their 2015 budgets. There is no denying that these are challenging times for our provinces. They face a clear and present economic danger in the form of declining revenues, stubbornly high unemployment and an elusive economic

Posted 12 March 2015 by in Featured
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Freezing Rain its possible in Ontario's Far North

Freezing Rain Warnings Issued for Northwestern Ontario

THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – Travel across Northwestern Ontario will likely be impacted by weather over the next twenty-four hours. Environment Canada has issued freezing rain warnings for a number of districts in the region. Freezing rain warning in effect for: Upsala – Raith Dryden Vermillion Bay Ignace Kenora – Grassy Narrows – Whitedog Nipigon

Posted 12 March 2015 by in Featured
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Thunder Bay Queens Womeen's Hockey

Former Queens sink Thunder Bay in Winnipeg

THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – A pair of Thunder Bay Queens alumna combined on the winning goal with 5:45 remaining to lift the Shaftesbury Prep Titans to a hard-fought 3-2 victory over the Sportop midget AA Queens Thursday in opening day action at the Female World Sport School Challenge in Winnipeg. After the Winnipeg-based Titans took

Posted 12 March 2015 by in Sports
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