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  1. KW United win club's first ever PDL ChampionshipRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Waking The Red

    ... Canada for the third time in the competition's history. On Sunday afternoon, KW United joined FC London and the Thunder Bay Chill as Canadian clubs to win the top amateur competition in the US soccer pyramid. In just their second season since ...

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  2. Ward's Island Beach in Toronto on Aug. 21, 2014. 680 NEWS/Diana Pereira.Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | 680News

    ... Guelph Lake, Pinery Provincial Park and Wollaston Lake Beach for their consistently clean water quality. But Thunder Bay's Sunnyside Boulevard Beach, Windsor-Essex's West Belle River Beach, Hamilton's Bayfront Beach and Carleton Place's Riverside ...

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  3. Thunder Bay Wolves split with Japanese Canadian all-starsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Thunder Bay's Source

    The Japanese passion for baseball was on full display on Sunday at Port Arthur Stadium. A team of all-stars from the Japanese Canadian Baseball League ventured to Thunder Bay for a pair of exhibition games against the Thunder Bay Wolves, the first on-field warm-up in advance of the 2017 Under 18 Baseball World Cup.

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  4. Festa Italiana opens to large and hungry crowdsRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Thunder Bay's Source

    There's a little Italian in every Thunder Bay resident this weekend. Business was brisk on Sunday, as hungry patrons flocked to the north side of town for the start of this year's Festa Italiana, a two-day event that showcases the food, music and culture of Italy with a few other cultures thrown tastily into the mix.

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  5. Candidates vie to put Rainy River Riding on mapRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Thunder Bay's Source

    The resource-rich Thunder Bay-Rainy River Riding has a population of 83,000 people. NDP MP John Rafferty has represented the riding since 2008.

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  6. Rafferty, Hyer prepared for 11-week election campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Thunder Bay's Source

    Thunder Bay-Rainy River MP John Rafferty speaks at an NDP rally on July 24, 2015. Rafferty and Thunder Bay-Superior North Green MP Bruce Hyer say they're ready to take on their challengers in an 11-week campaign leading up to the October 19 vote.

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  7. City opens first multi-use trail and protected bike laneRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Thunder Bay's Source

    City of Thunder Bay Media Release Thunder Bay's First Protected Bike Lane and Multi-Use Trail Opens July 31, 2015 Cyclists and pedestrians using the Arundel Street Active Living Corridor will now have more separation from car and truck traffic thanks to an improved lane configuration. In May, City Council approved implementing Thunder Bay's first buffered bike lane and protected two-way multi-use trail on Arundel Street.

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  8. Thunder Bay's Strongest Man tests limitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Thunder Bay's Source

    David Lennox pulls a Thunder Bay Transit bus weighing 48,000 lbs. as he competed for the title of Thunder Bay's Strongest Man on Saturday.

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  9. The Terry Fox run turns 35 this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | SooToday

    ... his run on April 12, 1980 out of St. John's, Newfoundland, and was forced to quit 35 years ago on September 1 in Thunder Bay after running more than 5,000 km in 143 days. Terry's cancer had returned; his bone cancer had spread to his lungs. Before ...

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  10. Alvin FiddlerRead the original story

    Saturday | Wawatay News

    Raised in Muskrat Dam First Nation and attending High School in Sioux Lookout and Thunder Bay, Ontario, Fiddler has lived many of the issues NAN communities face. His campaign for Grand Chief centers on renewing a sense of collaboration between leadership within NAN territory.

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  11. Looking for a clean beach? Get this water-quality appRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Canada.com

    ... Guelph Lake, Pinery Provincial Park and Wollaston Lake Beach for their consistently clean water quality. But Thunder Bay's Sunnyside Boulevard Beach, Windsor-Essex's West Belle River Beach, Hamilton's Bayfront Beach and Carleton Place's Riverside ...

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  12. Sah-ry, eh? We're in the midst of the Canadian Vowel ShiftRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | MacLeans

    ... Canadian Vowel Shift has now shot far beyond urban youth. One study heard the shift to be equally advanced in Thunder Bay as in Toronto, and others have found it among seniors as old as 90. "People who don't consider themselves innovative or hip are ...

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  13. August long weekend: Your say on Terry Fox DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Brandon Sun

    ... passed away. I haven't learned about him since Grade 3." 2) "Running down the highway. I've seen his memorial in Thunder Bay quite a few times, I've been there, traveled around. I've seen the path that he has taken so actually I quite liked it." 2) ...

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  14. CUPE ignoring P3 success storiesRead the original story

    Saturday | Telegram

    ... becoming more attractive because they prove that the old way of doing things isn't necessarily the best way. In Thunder Bay, for example, the Ontario government went the traditional route to build the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, ...

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  15. Ukrainian Festival celebrates 50 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Brandon Sun

    This August long weekend marks the festival's 50th anniversary, and during its lengthy run CNUF has fostered a close-knit community. "It has brought our group closer together," said Cathy Paroschy-Harris, a teacher with Thunder Bay's Chaban Ukrainian Dance Group She has been making the 11-hour pilgrimage from Ontario to the Selo Ukrainia site just south of Dauphin for the past 10 years.

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  16. Men honoured at National Aboriginal DayRead the original story

    Friday Jul 31 | Wawatay News

    ... here in this beautiful place is just amazing," says Oliver Rusnak, Aboriginal student counsellor with the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board. "It's pretty amazing - I get to work with youth as a career. So to be honoured for it is just a ...

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  17. Lakehead University hosts Aboriginal learning dayRead the original story

    Friday Jul 31 | Wawatay News

    Rick Garrick/Special to Wawatay News Pic River's Beatrice Twance-Hynes shared the hand drum teachings with the students at the National Aboriginal Day Education event at Lakehead University. About 400 Thunder Bay-area students celebrated National Aboriginal Day by learning about and participating in a variety of Indigenous sports and activities on June 22 at Lakehead University.

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  18. ONWA opens community garden, brings youth and Elders togetherRead the original story

    Friday Jul 31 | Wawatay News

    ... and make it a chemical-free garden." The June 12 celebration was held on the grounds of ONWA's office in Thunder Bay. ONWA originally launched the community garden initiative in 2012 as Omaanake Gagii-Dazhii Maamaw Ombigiyang, which means A Place We ...

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  19. Hydro lines called for at 5th annual mining forumRead the original story

    Friday Jul 31 | Wawatay News

    ... whole notion of us becoming a part of international trade," Martin says. Held June 17-18 at the Valhalla Inn in Thunder Bay, the mining forum featured a group of government, industry and Aboriginal leaders and experts who shared their insights on ...

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  20. More First Nations involvement asked for at APEX meetingRead the original story

    Friday Jul 31 | Wawatay News

    Special to Wawatay News Matawa First Nations CEO David Paul Achneepineskum called for First Nations involvement in Ring of Fire mining developments at the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce's APEX meeting. Matawa First Nations CEO David Paul Achneepineskum called for First Nations involvement in Ring of Fire mining developments during the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce's APEX Aboriginal Partnership Exchange.

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