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Pagoda turns 100, city announces MyTBay campaign

City officials are opening the lines of communication with residents to hear what they have to say. The new MyTBay campaign was unveiled Friday at the Pagoda tourism booth.
City officials are opening the lines of communication with residents to hear what they have to say.

The new MyTBay campaign was unveiled Friday at the Pagoda tourism booth. Through a number of new initiatives, the city hopes to create a conversation with residents. A new Thunder Bay Facebook site has been created as a place for residents to share photos, stories and information with one another.

The Citizen newsletter has been renamed to MyTBay and will feature more content about residents, and will have information about upcoming city consultations. A photography contest was unveiled for citizens to share their favourite places in the city.

The goal is to strengthen the relationship between residents and the city.

The unveiling comes alongside the 100th anniversary of the Pagoda in Thunder Bay.




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