Thunder Bay Event Centre – Have your say

Thunder Bay City Hall
Thunder Bay City Hall
Thunder Bay City Hall will be the site of a debate on the Event Centre on Monday
Thunder Bay City Hall will be the site of a debate on the Event Centre on Monday

THUNDER BAY – The issue of the Event Centre in Thunder Bay has been an issue of great debate recently.

Lakehead University students are launching an online survey to gauge support in the community for the Event Centre.

Take the Survey:

The Tourism and Recreation Economics class, in the School of Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism, at Lakehead University is conducting a study on the perceptions of Thunder Bay residents towards a proposed events centre, the Multiplex, to be built in the downtown Port Arthur area near the waterfront. We are inviting you to participate in this study. Public awareness and insights are important, and it is important that your thoughts towards the planning and development of a Multiplex centre are known before major decisions are made. The information you provide will be used by the Class to better understand economic theories and planning processes related to the Multiplex development in Thunder Bay.

Please take about 10 minutes of your time to participate in our study. Your participation in this study is strictly voluntary. You may choose to stop participating at any time. You may decline to answer any question at any time. Individual responses will be summarized and not identified in the results or with any personal information. Any publication or presentation of the data will not identify individual responses. There is no apparent risk for participating in the study. The study data will only used by the Lakehead University Tourism and Recreation Economics class as a class project. The data from this study will be stored at Lakehead University for five years. Please note that this study is not endorsed by any organization or group, including the City of Thunder Bay.

If you have any questions about this study, please contact Dr. Mike Yuan, course instructor, at 807-343-8112,

You may also contact the School of Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism Research Ethics Committee with any concerns: Dr. Rhonda Koster, 807-343-8440,

If you wish to have a summary of the results, please contact Dr. Mike Yuan, 807-343-8112,

By participating in this survey, you are giving consent for your information to be used in the analysis in an anonymous manner, that you are 18 years or older in age, you have read and understood the cover letter, you understand the risks and benefits involved, and that your participation is voluntary and you may withdraw at any time.

Thank you for participating in this study. DO NOT provide your name or any personal identification, as your responses are meant to be completely anonymous.

Dr. Mike Yuan, Course Instructor

Class Participants:
Corey Anderson, Steven Anderson, Nelson Chang,
Robert Dunham, Rebecca Meehan, Julia Postigo-Rombola,
Matthew Raponi

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