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City introduces residents to first bike lane

City introduces residents to first bike lane

Thunder Bay is becoming a cycling friendly city with the addition of bike lanes on Court Street.
When disaster calls

When disaster calls

In an age of instant communication, the public takes its Internet and phone connections for granted. The country’s leading providers want to ensure it stays that way, especially when disaster strikes.

MPP attempts to make CO detectors mandatory

A private member's bill at Queen's Park that aims to make carbon-monoxide detectors mandatory in Ontario homes is getting full support from Thunder Bay firefighters.
Étienne live!

Étienne live!

Coming from a family who spoke English at home, Étienne reclaimed his French language and became a crusader to ensure Canada stays a bilingual country.

Library hits council’s agenda

The Thunder Bay Public Library is a step closer to rebuilding one of its branches on South Edward Street. The organization is working toward developing a new, 9,000-square foot facility to replace the Mary J.L. Black library on Brock Street.
Connecting mind and body

Connecting mind and body

With the scent of tea and the sound of music, the annual yoga festival continued to show people how to keep the body and mind as one.
Casting call

Casting call

In the film world, Thunder Bay is isolated. But with a compelling story and a motivated crew, one film professor says the city can put itself on the cinematic map.
Mayor’s walk

Mayor’s walk

Volunteers are essential to a community, says the president of a volunteer organization. The annual RBC Royal Bank Mayor’s Walk, held at the Current River Recreation Centre on Saturday, had more than 120 people walk in the event.
A century of sisterhood

A century of sisterhood

Guiding is more just than fun and games, to at least one of the organization’s members it’s an opportunity to open one’s mind to new experiences and develop life-long friendships.
NOMA calls Endangered Species Act costly to forestry industry

NOMA calls Endangered Species Act costly to forestry industry

Ontario’s forest industry should be exempt from a costly and unnecessary permit process under the province’s Endangered Species Act, says the president of NOMA.