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Nation-Wide Bomb Threat Scam Hits Dryden

THUNDER BAY – Dryden Police report that spammers are sending a wave of threats to businesses, schools, and other locations in English- speaking countries across the world, demanding bitcoin in exchange for not detonating a supposed bomb. In a statement, police say, “There is no evidence of any actual explosives being placed or detonated, but

Posted 14 December 2018 by in Featured
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Thunder Bay Police Arrest Robbery Suspect

THUNDER BAY – NEWS – A 39-year-old Thunder Bay man is in custody facing a number of charges following a foot chase and apprehension by Uniform Patrol officers yesterday morning. The man had fled the Shoppers Drug Mart at 901 Red River Road just after 11:00 am following an altercation with a store employee. The

Posted 14 December 2018 by in Featured
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Doing the dirty work – do women mop up workplace mess?

Data shows no evidence for the so-called ‘glass cliff’ – a theory suggesting women are often only brought into senior positions at times of crisis By Sonia Elks LONDON – (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – It may come as cold comfort to embattled female leaders but researchers on Thursday said the claim women are often appointed

Posted 14 December 2018 by in Business
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