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Chamber of Commerce

Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce on City Budget

THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce represents over 850 businesses and over 20,000 employees in our community.  Our membership includes businesses of all sizes and from all sectors of the local economy. Nearly 90% of our members are small businesses with less than 25 employees.  These organizations are the lifeblood of

Posted 15 January 2018 by in Business
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Using student job funding to silence critics

The Liberals’ latest decision means summer employment is now a testing ground for ideological adhesion, obedience and purity By Peter Stockland Senior writer Cardus MONTREAL – It’s tough work to imagine two groups more radically different than the Canadian Council of Christian Charities and the gays rights network LGBTory. So when both join the rising

Posted 15 January 2018 by in Featured
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Entrepreneur Centre

Indigenous Works Launches Building Successful Corporate / Indigenous Partnerships

SASKATOON – BUSINESS – A new video and guide entitled, “Building Successful Corporate/Indigenous Partnerships” was released today by Indigenous Works. The free 19-minute video and guide provides a new 7-stage partnership model for learning and building partnership competencies. It also features insights from many Indigenous and corporate leaders into ways that corporate and Indigenous groups can

Posted 15 January 2018 by in Anishinaabe
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Carbon Monoxide

Carbon Monoxide Monitors Key for Your Home

THUNDER BAY – LIVING – This time of year area homes are operating furnaces, fireplaces, and other fuel-fired appliances. Thunder Bay Fire Rescue reminds residents that it’s the law to have a working carbon monoxide alarm outside all sleeping areas of your home if your home has either a fireplace, a fuel-fired appliance, or an

Posted 15 January 2018 by in Featured
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