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Nine Thunder Bay residents have passed what is considered one of the most challenging professional entry examinations in the world. The future chartered accountants passed the Canada-wide Uniform...

Post date: December 03, 2010

Watching city council meetings will now be as close as a click of a mouse. City Clerk John Hannam says starting Monday, council meetings will be streamed live on the city website.  They'll also be...

Post date: December 03, 2010

Northerners living in the unorganized area received a shock in the mail when they received their final property tax bills on November 30th. The bills included a due date of December 3rd for the first...

Post date: December 03, 2010

A registered Nurse is now working along side the Superior North Emergency Medical Services team. Chief Norm Gale says the nurse will ease pressure for paramedics. The nurse will take EMS patients...

Post date: December 03, 2010

The Acting President of the Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association is applauding both levels of Government for extending the deadline to complete key infrastructure projects. Dennis Brown says...

Post date: December 03, 2010

Members of Ontario Public Service Employees Union in Thunder Bay have a complaint against MPP Bill Mauro. They claim his government is giving tax breaks to big corporations at the expense of...

Post date: December 03, 2010

Wasaya Group is delaying the launch of its new Helicopter Charter Company.  An announcement was to be made Friday morning, but officials put it off until January stating that they are finalizing some...

Post date: December 03, 2010

There are no more worries at city hall about completing the waterfront project by March 31st.   The Harper government has extended the completion deadline for that and other stimulus projects in...

Post date: December 03, 2010

There's an anti-racism exhibit on display at City Hall. Our city is one stop on a seven city Canadian tour. The Mathieu Da Costa Challenge Exhibit is made up of twenty six works. The pictures and...

Post date: December 03, 2010

Bombardier says it's just an observer for now .   Company spokesperson Marc Laforge says comments by the Toronto mayor that he'll scrap the company's billion dollar TTC contract are strictly...

Post date: December 02, 2010

Gas prices are up in the city....Stations have jacked up the price of regular gas to about 1 dollar 22 a litre. The price of regular had been hovering in the dollar 7 to dollar 11 mark for months.

Post date: December 02, 2010

Show me the proof says Natural Resources Minister Linda Jeffery.    The NDP's Gilles Bisson claims road access to some remote lakes in the north is being cut off in favour of tourist outfitters. ...

Post date: December 02, 2010

The Nishinawbe-Aski Nation will welome a new Police Chief in January. Claude Chum is the incoming Chief and says he wants to work on community policing initiatives. Chum adds he plans to continue to...

Post date: December 02, 2010

Thunder Bay's incoming City Councillor is already hard at work. Paul Pugh is in Toronto meeting with a variety of organizations about the Bombardier TTC contract. Pugh says he plans to speak with...

Post date: December 02, 2010

Thunder Bay will soon have an office for the Ring of Fire project.  Coordinator Christine Kaszycki says they recently posted a director's position in Thunder Bay.  They hope to have an office set up...

Post date: December 02, 2010

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