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Salvation Army Kettle

Salvation Army Kettle Campaign Falling Behind

THUNDER BAY – The Salvation Army’s Christmas Kettle campaign is one and a half weeks from the final collection day.  Thunder Bay has been supportive but the total collected has fallen behind last year at this point.  To date, $96,536 has been raised towards our objective of $200,000 which is about $9,000 less than a

Posted 13 December 2017 by in Featured
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Climate Research FROM Harvard University into Sea levels

France Awards Climate Grants to American Researchers

At Tuesday’s summit, France will urge wealthy nations to increase climate finance and urge investors to turn their backs on polluters PARIS – (Reuters) – French President Emmanuel Macron plans to award multi-year grants for several U.S.-based scientists to relocate to France, his office said on Monday on the eve of a climate summit hosted

Posted 13 December 2017 by in Climate
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Queen's Park

25,000 Students Dropped Out Following College Strike

QUEEN’S PARK – Whitby-Oshawa MPP Lorne Coe, Official Opposition Critic for Post-Secondary Education and Associate Critic for Education, said today that the number of community college students who have dropped out due to the Liberal Government’s inaction on the college strike is another shameful blotch on the Liberals’ record. “Under Premier Kathleen Wynne’s watch, we

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Superior EMS

Code Black a Sign of the Times for Superior EMS

THUNDER BAY – Be safe! That message has a lot more meaning this holiday season for Thunder Bay residents. Superior EMS Union head Rob Moquin is sharing the frustration that local paramedics are facing after an especially hectic weekend. Ambulance wait times grew over the past weekend to up to an hour in length, leaving

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