Thunder Bay Newswire (Page 7)

Thunder Bay Newswire (Page 7)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Thunder Bay, ON. (Page 7)

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  1. Calgary's Boreal Sons set to play the SaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 25 | SooToday

    The four-piece band will perform both in Sault Ste. Marie and Thunder Bay as they drive across the country to perform at Canadian Music Week.

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  2. On being media todayRead the original story

    Monday Apr 25 | Northern Ontario Business

    In the beginning , I didn't fully appreciate what allowed us to elbow ourselves into the media conversation in Northern Ontario in places like Sudbury, Thunder Bay, Nipigon and Terrace Bay. It was technology.

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  3. Over budget: City examines variance reports tonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 25 | Thunder Bay's Source

    City spending is the order of the day at tonight's city council meeting, as Thunder Bay's elected officials are going to be looking at the city's first quarter budget variance. The report is projecting the city will come in anywhere between $380,000 and $760,000 over budget by year's end.

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  4. Week in crime: Seven reported sex assaults amid busy week in crimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 25 | Thunder Bay's Source

    THUNDER BAY City police had their hands full with more than 261 reported incident last week, including seven reported sexual assaults. The activity of the Thunder Bay Police Service was measured by crimereports.com and the following statistics were taken from the week of Monday, April 4 through Sunday, April 10. Police responded to about 156 cases south of the Harbour Expressway, with another 105 reports being made on the north side of the Harbour Expressway.

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  5. First Ocean Ship of 2016 Docks into Indiana PortRead the original story

    Monday Apr 25 | Marine News

    ... 21 Polish crew members continue to Milwaukee to discharge the ship's remaining cargo. The Lubie will then go to Thunder Bay in Ontario to load grain for shipment to world markets. Port Director Heimann presented Captain Kurpiel with the 'Steel ...

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  6. A First Nations cry for help gets little government attention: Star investigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 25 | The Toronto Star

    ... $100,000 in funeral expenses and travel costs for band members. Neskantaga First Nation, 500 kilometres north of Thunder Bay, Ont., which declared a state of emergency in April 2013 after seven sudden deaths, including four suicides, and another 20 ...

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  7. MSU's Reilly Posts Provisional Mark at BaylorRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 24 | KSLA-TV Shreveport

    ... setting a personal record with a time of 18:12.58 to take 12th overall in the 5,000-meter run. The senior from Thunder Bay, Ontario improved her previous best mark of 18:29.83 set at the 2013 Kansas Relays by 17 seconds. Krezonoski's time rates 14th ...

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  8. Ring of Fire spending a political win, but not quite so for mining companiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 24 | The Globe and Mail

    Subscribe to Globe Unlimited now and get a dissection of corporate strategy and public policy as it relates to specific companies or industries with Executive Insight! Two mining exploration camps are pictured in the Ring of Fire area, approximately 500 kilometres northeast of Thunder Bay, Ont., in this undated handout photo. The problem is that the area is essentially cut off from the world.

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  9. Standoffs require substantial resources, patience to reach peaceful endRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 24 | Thunder Bay's Source

    The call can come at any time, whether it be the middle of a scorching summer afternoon or the heart of a dark, frigid, wintry night. That's the reality for members of the Thunder Bay Police Service's emergency task unit.

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  10. Police seek information in Arthur Street stabbingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 24 | Thunder Bay's Source

    A 33-year-old man survived a South Core stabbing early Sunday morning and police are now searching for clues. Thunder Bay Police Service officers responded at 4:01 a.m. to a call a man was bleeding in the area of Arthur Street East and Ridgeway Street.

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  11. Posted: 1 hour agoComments (1)Thunder Bay MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 24 | The Chronicle-Journal

    For Thunder Bay folk, the truest sign that spring has arrived and that summer is soon to grace us with its presence is the re-opening of Merla Mae. For the last 65 summers, the people of Thunder Bay have lined up outside of the ice cream stand on Memorial Avenue to enjoy Merla Mae's famous twin-flavoured soft-serve ice cream cones. 1 comment

  12. Updated: 5 hours agoComments (0)Alexis Okeese never thought she'aRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 24 | The Chronicle-Journal

    Hammarsjkold High School student Alexis Okeese, centre, received an excellence in education student award from OSSTF District 6A Thunder Bay president Paul Caccamo, left, and OSSTF provincial executive officer Sue Doughty-Smith on Saturday at Superior Collegiate and Vocational Institute. But on Saturday she was one of about 40 students given awards for student success at the 35th annual Excellence in Education student achievement awards hosted by the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation District 6A of Thunder Bay at Superior Collegiate and Vocational Institute. 2 comments

  13. Differences are assetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 24 | The Chronicle-Journal

    Thunder Bay's diverse cultural heritage will be front and centre next weekend during the 43rd annual Folklore Festival at Fort William Gardens. This year's program is packed with food, beverages and entertainment from all over the world, said Jeanetty Jumah, chairwoman of sponsorship and promotion for the festival.

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  14. Canada must stop using 'racial discrimination as fiscal restraint,' Cindy Blackstock saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 24 | CBC News

    Funding disparities lead First Nations kids to believe that 'they must not be smart enough, that they may not be good enough,' says Cindy Blackstock, executive director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada. The gap is growing between the amount of money First Nations children receive for basic services compared to other Canadians, according to documents filed at an inquest into First Nations student deaths in Thunder Bay, Ont.

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  15. Put pen to paperRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 23 | The Chronicle-Journal

    ... Yes, writing to pen pals 30 or 50 years ago (or more) was an exciting hobby when far fewer people in what is now Thunder Bay went on trips beyond Duluth or Winnipeg. Many residents, however, did not even see cities that close. If I recall correctly, ...

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  16. Updated: 4 hours agoComments (0)The construction of a 650-metre aRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 23 | The Chronicle-Journal

    From left, Adam Krupper, the City of Thunder Bay's active transportation co-ordinator, and Thunder Bay-Atikokan MPP Bill Mauro take a ride on a bike path at Confederation College on Friday. The construction of a 650-metre stretch of cycling trail beginning at the intersection of Golf Links Road and the Harbour Expressway will connect 22 kilometres of existing trails in the city.

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  17. A look back at the first quarter of 2016Read the original story

    Friday Apr 15 | The Chronicle-Journal

    ... chartered accountant and CFP working as an investment advisor with TD Wealth Private Investment Advice in Thunder Bay. Opinions expressed in this column are his, are for information purposes only and not to be considered investment or tax advice. ...

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  18. Updated: 19 hours agoComments (0)A new activity was introduced toaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 15 | The Chronicle-Journal

    ... then they are able to try it." The sport of pickleball was chosen because of how big the tennis community is in Thunder Bay and that pickleball combines many of the same elements of tennis. Eight classes tried their hand at pickleball which many ...

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  19. Sharing the gift of song for 60 YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 15 | The Chronicle-Journal

    ... using their concerts to fundraise for many organizations including the Regional Food Distribution Association, Thunder Bay 2012 Flood Relief, Dew Drop Inn, Shelter House, and Thunder Bay Multicultural Association. "We were the first to make a ...

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  20. Ontario director Andrew Cividino plunges right into filmmaking with Sleeping GiantRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 15 | Canada.com

    ... don't have today." Though he hails from the more urban Dundas, Cividino spent his summers in the region around Thunder Bay and Lake Superior. And he specifically chose the locations in which he grew up to shoot the film. Among those spots were the ...

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