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NDC SKIER SCOTT HILL FOLLOWS TEAM MATE BOB THOMPSON AROUND THE COURSE.

NDC Finds Its Stride!

THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – The National Development Camp started off its official race season this weekend in Rossland, BC.  The first weekend of Haywood NorAM racing kicked off with two days of events featuring classic races each day. Like Thunder Bay, Rossland, BC is also lacking in early season snow and had to accommodate […]


Posted 15 December 2014 by in Featured
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Environment Canada is calling for the possibility of freezing rain today.

Thunder Bay Back into Freezing Rain Zone

THUNDER BAY – UPDATED – All weather warnings for the area have ended… For December 16, 2014, Environment Canada is calling for periods of snow. Amounts from 2 to 4 cm. Winds will be north 20 km/h gusting to 40. Temperature will be steady near minus 7. For tonight the forecast is for snow. Amounts from […]


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In minutes, a house fire can turn your holiday joy into a tragedy.

Practice Twelve Days of Holiday Fire Safety

THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Practicing fire safety can keep you and your family safer this holiday season. Participate in the 12 Days of Holiday Fire Safety and Follow the Important Safety Tips below to ensure a Safe and Happy Holiday Season! Day 1 Water fresh trees daily It’s time to trim that Christmas tree, […]


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NASA researchers are looking for ways to reduce the impact of aviation on neighbourhoods around airports.

Quieter Aircraft a Goal of NASA Innovation

THUNDER BAY – AVIATION – In many areas, residents living near airports face issues from the noise from aircraft. In Thunder Bay, the flight path for many of the planes landing at Thunder Bay International Airport is over residential areas. NASA researchers Friday began flight tests of computer software that shows promise in improving flight […]


Posted 15 December 2014 by in Business
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Outside a C-130J Hercules parked at the 8 Wing Tarmac, November 27, 2013. Photo courtesy of: Cpl Precious Carandang, 8 Wing Trenton

Matawa First Nations Thank RCMP and Thunder Bay Gymnastics

THUNDER BAY – This Holiday season, Matawa First Nations Management (MFNM) staff gives a special thank you to the Thunder Bay RCMP Detachment and the Thunder Bay Gymnastics Association, who hosted their annual “Toys for the North” Initiative. This was in partnership with Matawa First Nations Management to distribute 837 donated toys to the children […]


Posted 15 December 2014 by in Anishinabek
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Flight Delays

Weather Causing Flight Delays at Thunder Bay International

THUNDER BAY – Weather conditions in Northwestern Ontario are also impacting air travel. Bearskin Airways has cancelled flights today. The flight to Kenora has been cancelled. Wasaya Airways advises, “We would like to advise all our guests travelling with us today of possible delays, misconnects, and cancellations due to poor weather forecasted for Northwestern Ontario.” […]


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