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Matawa Statement on OIPRD Broken Trust Report

THUNDER BAY – Responding to the release of the Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD) report ‘Broken Trust – Indigenous People and the Thunder Bay Police Service’ and having met with the Thunder Bay Police Services (TBPS) Chief Sylvie Hauth on December 12, 2018 —the Matawa Chiefs Council offered the following statement: “Having

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Five Thunderbolt Records fall in Toronto

THUNDER BAY – This past weekend 9 Thunderbolt athletes travelled to Toronto and competed in the 2018 Youth Cup. Thunderbolt swimmers did not disappoint racing against athletes from across Ontario winning 9 gold medals, 6 silver medals and 2 bronze. “Swimming at a high level is challenging and staying on top is really difficult. The

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There were enough smiles shared to put smiles on all the faces at the Valhalla Inn as the Salvation Army Christmas Dinner celebrated

Salvation Army Christmas Dinner on Sunday

THUNDER BAY – The Valhalla Inn is preparing a Christmas feast for the guests who attend the 25th Annual Salvation Army Christmas Dinner. Once again, the Valhalla Inn has graciously opened their doors at the hotel to host the event. On Sunday, December 16, 2018, from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. the Valhalla Inn will

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Fenn Dobson swimming with his Thunderbolt team mates cheering him on.

Thunderbolts Swim Hard in Guelph

THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – 19 young Thunderbolt swimmers, mostly in the development and prospect swim groups, travelled to Guelph to compete in the Dash for Cash Swim Meet December 7th through 9th. The meet was held at the University of Guelph swimming pool and hosted by the Guelph Marlin Aquatic Club. For many of

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