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Icebreakers begin to prepare frozen lakes for shipping season

2014-03-27 at 11:38

The thick ice on the five Great Lakes this winter has caused concerns about a delay to the start of the shipping season.  But officials with the Thunder Bay Port Authority remain confident about it opening up next week, with the help of several icebreakers. Harbour Master Guy Jarvis...

Province commits $14M to help solve gridlock issues

Province commits $14M to help solve gridlock issues

2014-03-21 at 10:28

The province put up $14 million in an effort to end the gridlock that has been crippling the region's hospital. Ontario's Health Minister Deb Matthews on Friday arrived at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre with her pocketbook open, promising a 10th anniversary gift to end a problem... Tbnewswatch.com(59)

Driver involved in highway crash charged for distracted driving

Driver involved in highway crash charged for distracted driving

2014-03-21 at 10:28

The driver involved in a highway crash caught on a dashboard camera (see video below) has been charged with distracted driving. The video of the crash was captured by Ralph Ireland’s dashboard camera on March 1 near Kenora. Ireland and his wife were driving near Kenora when they collided... Tbnewswatch.com(8)

'Systemic issue'

'Systemic issue'

2014-03-21 at 10:26

When it comes to natural resources, First Nations and other levels of governments are suffering from a communication breakdown. That has been made quite clear to Fort William First Nation chief Georjann Morriseau during the First Nation’s often difficult and tenuous struggle with Horizon Wind ... Tbnewswatch.com(16)

New home

New home

2014-03-21 at 10:24

Float plane pilot trainees have a new long-term home in Northwestern Ontario. After a summer of controversy on Eva Lake in 2013, Confederation College students were welcomed Tuesday with open arms in Kenora, where the instructional program will relocate for the foreseeable future. Paul de Oude,... Tbnewswatch.com(6)

Homecoming

Homecoming

2014-03-20 at 16:31

Naana Jumah has come full circle. Her road back to Thunder Bay took the obstetrician, gynaecologist and researcher to Toronto, Oxford and Harvard but home is where the heart is, she said on Thursday when she was introduced as Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre’s latest hire. ... Tbnewswatch.com(3)

Another home burns down in Mishkeegogamang First Nation

2014-03-14 at 16:53

Two weeks into a state of emergency called due to a rash of residential fires, another home has burned down on the Mishkeegogamang First Nation. The 10-year-old trailer that was home to a pair of families, and a total of seven people, burned to the ground at 3 a.m. Thursday. No one was...

Hyer hosting open houses focusing on nuclear waste storage

2014-03-14 at 14:49

Fifteen municipalities and First Nations are engaged in a process to bury Canada's nuclear waste.  But MP Bruce Hyer (Green, Thunder Bay - Superior North) believes the decision should involve a wider range of voices. The Green Party member will launch a campaign next week to hear regional... Tbnewswatch.com(17)

Gas rates could rise next month

2014-03-14 at 11:43

Union Gas rates could be on the rise next month. The utility has applied to the Ontario Energy Board to increase its rate by an average of $16 a month. The rate would impact about 40,000 Union Gas customers in this region. But Union Gas isn’t unique in asking for a rate adjustment.... Tbnewswatch.com(46)

Ontario Liberals propose wage freeze for MPPs

2014-03-12 at 11:43

Ontario’s Liberal government plans to introduce a bill to freeze MPP wages. The freeze would mean MPP wages would remains unchanged until at least 2019, and it’s something MPP Bill Mauro (Lib., Thunder Bay - Atikokan) says he supports. Calling it a good example to set, the Thunder Bay... Tbnewswatch.com(19)

Five years after shutdown, Marathon mayor says site of mill catching investors’ eyes

2014-03-12 at 11:21

Marathon’s Mayor remains hopeful that there will still be some work done at the former pulp mill site in his community. Mayor Rick Dumas said despite the sale of the mill to an American company falling apart in January, something could still be done with the site. “We’ve... Tbnewswatch.com(4)

Ontario invests $2 million is Atikokan road project

2014-03-11 at 9:00 AM

The Province is investing $2 million into the Willow Road Project in Atikokan. The 600-metre stretch will be rehabilitated for sanitary main line sewer, road and sidewalk repairs, to improve drainage and increase safety. Atikokan Mayor Dennis Brown calls it tremendous news as the project can now...

Washagamis First Nation death no longer considered suspicious

2014-03-11 at 9:00 AM

Treaty 3 Police and Kenora OPP say a weekend death of a Washagamis First Nation man is no longer considered suspicious. Emergency officials were called to a home in the First Nation community Saturday after the body of 39-year old Matthew Cherry was found.   He was declared dead at the...

Breaking the cycle

Breaking the cycle

2014-03-06 at 13:14

Ryan Hunter wants to break the cycle of hopelessness for First Nations youth. Hunter is a member of the youth advisory committee for the Feathers of Hope: A First Nations Youth Action Plan, a strategy created in partnership with the Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth to address... Tbnewswatch.com(11)

Kakabeka Street Fair may return, public meeting set for March 8

Kakabeka Street Fair may return, public meeting set for March 8

2014-03-06 at 13:13

The Kakabeka Street Fair may have found a new backer. The Kakabeka Falls and Rural District Royal Canadian Legion officials on Monday said they plan to host a public meeting on Saturday, March 8 to discuss the feasibility of bringing back the annual event, which was shelved two years ago for a variety... Tbnewswatch.com(4)

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