Canada Day Long Weekend Outlook

James Whalen at Kam River Park
Foggy weather starts the day at the Kam River Park
James Whalen at Kam River Park
Foggy weather starts the day at the Kam River Park

THUNDER BAY – Ready for the Canada Day Weekend? Environment Canada is calling for less than stellar conditions Friday. The forecast is calling for cloudy conditions Friday, with a sixty percent chance of showers. There is the risk of a thunderstorm this afternoon. Fog patches, as seen across the city will be dissipating near noon. High 22. UV index 5 or moderate.

Today there are opportunities to ‘warm up’ for the holiday. Fran Loney and a group of volunteers are set to clean up at the Thunder Bay Museum. From 1PM to 3PM, volunteers are planning to clean up weeks and grass around the museum on Donald Street in the downtown south core. The area around the museum has needed attention for the past several years. If you are interested in helping, you are invited to stop by and help out. Bring your smiles and your work gloves.

Superior Points will also be on hand to assist in the clean up of carelessly discarded needles.

Thunder Bay Workers
Thunder Bay workers doing a needed clean up in Kam River Park.

This morning in the downtown core, City of Thunder Bay workers are doing a great job cleaning up at Kam River Park. The workers have power washed the underpass, and this morning with the stillness of the morning, the walk way now looks much better.

The longer term weather for the long weekend is for better weather with less rain.

July Long Weekend Weather


NetNewsLedger will be on sight at Fort William First Nation this weekend. The annual Pow Wow will be livestreamed.

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