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Iceland Works to Keep Information Flowing

THUNDER BAY – The eruption of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano which has impacted the aviation world also has the ability to impact life in Iceland, as well as tourism. The Icelandic Tourism Board state, “The volcanic eruption in the glacier Eyjafjallajokull in South Iceland is continuing. But day-to-day life in Iceland is just as usual, even

Posted 18 April 2010 by in NNL Headline News
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Thunder Bay Works to Increase Hemophilia Awareness

THUNDER BAY – You may have heard of hemophilia but did you know that there are many other inherited bleeding disorders? Dr. Nicole Laferriere, Hematologist with Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, says patients with blood disorders in Northwestern Ontario are fortunate to have access to the highest standard of care for these conditions. “A

Posted 17 April 2010 by in Thunder Bay Now
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McGuinty Green Energy Policies Questioned

THUNDER BAY – Over the coming months and years, for many people in Ontario conservation of energy will become very important. Part of the reason is that the cost of electricity is expected to soar. “Today Ontario families are going to be paying a staggering $350 more a year for hydro while these energy bureaucracies

Posted 17 April 2010 by in Thunder Bay Now
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