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The city is expected to announce the identity of the waterfront hotelier at a news conference Wednesday morning.
The City of Thunder Bay has scheduled a local news conference for Wednesday at 11 a.m., which organizers have titled Waterfront Hotelier Announcement.
Few other details were revealed in a news release that announced the pending event, however Mayor Keith Hobbs, Coun. Mark Bentz, and Re Solve Group Inc. President Gisele MacDonald are named as people taking part in the event.
It is widely believed that Delta Hotels will be revealed as the waterfront hotelier, a rumour that followed speculation from sources who spoke with tbnewswatch.com in 2011.
More speculation that Delta would be the hotelier surfaced after a webpage was discovered on the Brook McIlroy Urban Design and Planning website. The page in question detailed how BMI/ Pace was retained by Delta and Resolve group to begin the design and construction process for what was then said to be an eight-floor, 102 room waterfront hotel in Thunder Bay.
That website page has since been removed.
tbnewswatch.com will have more on this story following the news conference Wednesday.
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