Thunder Bay Celebrates Labour Day with Annual Picnic

Nothing like corn on the cob
Nothing like corn on the cob

THUNDER BAY – Labour Day in Thunder Bay was celebrated by the Thunder Bay District  Labour Council with the annual picnic at Boulevard Lake. Hundreds of people from all walks of life in Thunder Bay came out.

Between the barbecue with hotdogs and corn on the cob, to the bouncy castles, pony rides, and games for the kids along with booths from the local unions and representation from the New Democrats, the order of the day was fun all accompanied by music from Rodney Brown.

Following the grandchildren around gives a little flavour to the day in our photo gallery:


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