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Valentines Day Memorial March – 12:00 Noon Monday

THUNDER BAY – On Valentines Day, (Monday February 14) there will be a memorial walk to remember missing and murdered Anishinabe and Metis women from across Northwestern Ontario. The Valentines Day Memorial March will start at the corner of Simpson St & Victoria Ave, walk north to the Lakehead Labour Centre parking lot. Participants will

Posted 11 February 2011 by in Events
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Students Can Get Summer Jobs Through Ontario Program

THUNDER BAY – This summer, students in Northwestern Ontario will have new opportunities to turn their passion into a summer job and gain important work experience for successful careers. “Helping students find summer jobs strengthens our local communities and workforce and provides young people with much-needed experience,” commented Bill Mauro, MPP Thunder Bay-Atikokan. Ontario’s Summer Jobs

Posted 11 February 2011 by in NNL Headline News
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AFN Says Yes to Accountability – No to CTF

OTTAWA – Guest Editorial – On November 22, 2010, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) published salary figures for First Nation Chiefs and Councillors from across Canada. This release by the CTF was timed to coincide with the introduction of MP Kelly Block’s Bill C-575 – the First Nations Financial Transparency Act – and alleged “new

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Getting off the Climate Change Bandwagon – Frontier Centre

Winnipeg – “Scienti?c theories are never proven by a show of hands anyways, no matter how scienti?cally esteemed those expressing their views are. If it were otherwise, the Earth would still be considered ?at and space travel impossible. It is indeed those who go against the ?ow—independent, original thinkers—who are usually responsible for our most meaningful

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