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North Korea Missiles

North Korea – Danger Zone

Pyongyang – North Korea – Danger in Korea seems to be the direction that the leadership of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is taking. The government in North Korea has advised all foreign embassies in the country that they can not assure their safety. Additionally the spokesman for the General Staff of the Korean […]


Posted 5 April 2013 by in International News
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Bombardier

Bombardier Thunder Bay Busier Again!

THUNDER BAY – Business – Bombardier in Thunder Bay is going to be even busier.  “This manufacturing contract will benefit the people who live and work in Thunder Bay. Twenty-eight additional GO Transit cars represent $85 million of investment and employment for our local workforce,” commented MPP Bill Mauro. The comments come as the Ontario […]


Posted 5 April 2013 by in Business Now
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Albany Flood Watch

Flooding in Manitoba – Grand Chief seeks solutions

WINNIPEG – Aboriginal – Flooding in Manitoba impacting First Nations communities has Manitoba Grand Chief Derek Nepinak reaching out ahead of time to federal Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt.  The Grand Chief is appealing for help in addressing the potential problems as well as seeking long-term solutions. Here is the text of the letter sent to […]


Posted 5 April 2013 by in Anishinaabe
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Sault Ste Marie Police Daily Crime Report April 5 2013

SAULT STE MARIE – Crime – Officers with the Sault Ste. Marie Police Services Fraud Unit have received a number calls from members of the public requesting information about groups and organizations that are raising money  for various community related reasons.  The public should be aware that there is a difference between registered charitable organizations and […]


Posted 5 April 2013 by in CrimeBeat
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Thunder Bay Queens

Thunder Bay Queens Open Royally

OTTAWA – Sports –  It was a good opening day for the Thunder Bay Queens at the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association provincial championships taking place in Ottawa as they were victorious in five of the seven games they played. The defending provincial midget AA champion Sportop Queens won both of their opening day matches as did […]


Posted 5 April 2013 by in Sports
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Turf Wars

Turf Wars – How Green is artificial turf?

TORONTO – Editorial – Turf Wars – how green is artificial turf? Kudos to those opposing the University of Toronto’s plan to use artificial turf for its back campus field, in time for the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games.   The opponents are right: there are good reasons for health and environmental concern about ripping up grass (muddy […]


Posted 5 April 2013 by in Editorial
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Thunder Bay Police Crime Report

Thunder Bay Police Arrest Charity Jar Crook

THUNDER BAY – Crime Report – Thunder Bay Police report an arrest was made earlier today for the theft of the “Change for Autism” charity jar at the Robin’s Donut’s on Frederica Street last week. Members of the Thunder Bay Police Community Response Team located the suspect riding his bicycle on Amelia Street and Tarbutt […]


Posted 4 April 2013 by in CrimeBeat
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Zenyatta Ventures Updates Albany

THUNDER BAY – Mining – Zenyatta Ventures Ltd. announce a drilling update on the 100% owned Albany (Hydrothermal) Graphite Deposit, located in northeastern Ontario, Canada. The first drill hole (Z13-4F10) intersected 363 metres (‘m’) of graphite mineralization from 47.0 m to 410.0 m. This represents the widest zone of graphite material intersected to date on the Albany deposit. […]


Posted 4 April 2013 by in Mining
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