Hotspot in Ontario: 17.8 °C 64.0 °F Vineland Station
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Hotspot in Canada: 17.8 °C 64.0 °F Vineland Station, ON
Cold spot in Canada: -14.0 °C 6.8 °F Wager Bay, NU
THUNDER BAY – Day STARTER – Good Morning Northwestern Ontario. It is Sunday, June 3, 2018. If you are headed out in Thunder Bay today, grab your rain gear. It is wet. The good news is the weather is great for the forests and for the gardens. Liquid sunshine. It is however a little rough on biking, and on outdoor activities.
Environment Canada is forecasting a 40 percent chance of drizzle early this morning. Then the weather service says the real rain will start with showers beginning later this morning. Fog patches dissipating this morning. Wind becoming northwest 20 km/h near noon. High 13. UV index 3 or moderate.
Tonight there will be a few showers ending this evening then mainly cloudy. Wind northwest 20 km/h becoming light this evening. Low 8.
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THUNDER BAY – NEWS – At 19:48 on Saturday, June 2, 2018, Thunder Bay Fire Rescue responded to a reported structural fire at 900 John St. The first arriving units encountered heavy smoke and fire coming from the rear, first floor and attic area of the duplex. All occupants were reported to be out of the dwelling. Read more.
Chamber of Commerce All Candidates Forum
A very busy night at the All Candidates Forum hosted by the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Acadia Broadcasting and NetNewsLedger. The debates were streamed live last night, and are currently uploading and will be available shortly on NetNewsLedger, they are also uploading to Shaw Cable 10 and to Tbaytel on Demand.
All of the candidates got the opportunity to share their viewpoints in what was a very respectful debate. The debate was hosted under the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce rules, which include that all of the parties with seats in the legislature are represented.
Thunder Bay Atikokan Candidate’s Forum
Thunder Bay-Superior North Candidate’s Forum
NetnewsLedger would like to welcome Kasper Transportation onboard as your Day Starter sponsor. GOKASPER is Live in Thunder Bay! Download the App on the App Store – GoKasper, and you can now book a ride, as a special incentive, a 50% off code will be emailed to you! Kasper Transportation offers a variety of services for all your transportation needs.
Kasper Transportation offers a variety of services for all your transportation needs. Safe Ride home, to the office, to the mall, or anywhere you need to go. We offer on-demand ridesharing and scheduled bus services that you can book directly from this app. Rideshare: Just open the app and request a ride. The app uses your location so the driver knows exactly where to pick you up. Once a driver has been dispatched, you will receive the driver and vehicle details. Payment can be made by credit, debit or cash. You can also rate your driver and provide us feedback on how we can improve our services.
Kasper Transportation is spreading its tires from Winnipeg to Longlac with travel available from Thunder Bay to Sioux Lookout, to Winnipeg, Dryden, Red Lake, Atikokan and Fort Frances.
The newest bus, the ‘Mini Corn Dog’ has just joined the fleet. Kasper Transportation has grown to a fleet of forty vehicles. Visit www.gokasper.com for more details.
Compost is available to all residents at no charge at the Solid Waste and Recycling Facility while quantities last, weather permitting. Compost is available to all residents at no charge at the Solid Waste and Recycling Facility while quantities last, weather permitting. Access to the compost pick-up area is located east of the old landfill entrance on John Street Road. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5 pm, and Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm.
“We’re happy to again offer free compost to all residents,” said Jason Sherband, Manager – Solid Waste & Recycling Services. “Leaf and yard waste that’s picked up during our curbside collection programs is blended with organic waste and is ideal for use in landscaping, flower beds and lawns. It’s not suitable for vegetable gardens.”
Residents bringing garbage, recycling and/or hazardous household waste are reminded to dispose of these items at the Solid Waste and Recycling Facility on Mapleward Road first before visiting the special compost pick-up area. Residents are also advised to bring a shovel and some bags or containers to carry compost home. Quantities are limited to a maximum of one half-ton load per resident. For more information, visit: thunderbay.ca/leafandyard
The Thunder Bay Public Library is pleased to announce the spring opening of the garden tool lending libraries.
THUNDER BAY – The excitement is starting for the Fountain Tire Summer Classic. The most exciting and epic game of road hockey to be played this summer. What: TeamStaal Fundraising Contest. Winners will play in the Fountain Tire Summer Classic – an epic road hockey game during the Staal Foundation Open, presented by Tbaytel. Read more...
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Gas Up for Less
The price of a litre of gas is reported at $1.499 in Terrace Bay. Honestly put, at these prices, the costs of many necessities are going to go up too. Fuel prices across the western parts of Ontario range from $1.389 in Dryden, to $1.399 at the Husky on Chipman Street in Kenora, In Thunder Bay, the lowest price in the city is $1.369 at the Real Canadian Superstore. Along Cumberland Street prices last night were as high as $1.449. Out on the Fort William First Nation, gas prices are at $1.249 at THP.
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