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Nishnawbe Aski Nation is paying tribute to Indigenous soldiers.One Deputy Grand Chief unveiled their new Eagle Staff this morning prior to Remembrance Day ceremonies. Anna Betty Achneepineskum...

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Thousands paid their respects to Canada's fallen soldiers in Remembrance Day ceremonies from across Thunder Bay.Laying of wreaths at Waverley Park #tbay pic.twitter.com/bV6QR617gP— @...

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Mayor Keith Hobbs is marking Remembrance Day.Hobbs parents were veterans and his nephew served in Afghanistan."We can never forget those who have lost their lives for our freedom and those that...

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Thunder Bay Transit is saying thank you to war veterans and their families.Spokesperson Dana Earle says all veterans and military personnel in uniform and their accompanying family members will be...

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It's Remembrance Day in Canada and in Thunder Bay there are three services. Ceremonies will be held at the Waverly Park Cenotaph on the north side and at the Fort William Gardens on the...

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Thunder Bay's Public Art Committee has been busy since their last update to local lawmakers. Spokesperson Daniel Hansen says they've created a site selection tool that considers how much...

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A 38 year old man is charged with dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, flight from police, resisting a police officer and failing to stop at the scene of an accident.This comes after an early...

Post date: November 10, 2017

Some new faces around the local hospital board. They recently appointed three new members including Michael Hardy, Joy Wakefield and Gordon Wickham.Hardy brings experience in Indigenous health...

Post date: November 10, 2017

A warning to stay away from thin ice.   Thunder Bay Fire Rescue says you should avoid water, shorelines and river banks because the ice is thin.  Fire officials say falling into...

Post date: November 10, 2017

Our City is part of a municipal climate network. They've been granted admission by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.  This initiative is paid for by the Federal Government...

Post date: November 10, 2017

A date is expected to be set on December 1st for a police services act hearing for Constable D.Boer.Both sides met Friday morning to do some work behind the scenes and it was decided they would...

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There's another addition to the Intercity Shopping Centre.For a limited time, The Sleeping Giant Brewing Company and Eat Local Pizza are teaming up to offer a tap room and pizza shop.It will be...

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TD is donating over a thousand teddy bears to the OPP.They'll be given out to local detachments so that first responders can give them to children in difficult situations.Officers can use the...

Post date: November 10, 2017

Thunder Bay Hydro is warning its customers about a new text scam. Spokesperson Eileen Dias says they don't reach out via text."We speak to our customers either through a mailed bill...

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The province is revising school curriculum's to include more information on the contributions, histories and culture of Indigenous people. New teachingshave been developed with Indigenous...

Post date: November 10, 2017

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