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Rent due

Rent due

Vocal teacher Denise Krawczuk used to produce musical theatre programs, "snippets of Broadway shows." It was a lifelong dream to produce a licensed show in Thunder Bay, a dream that comes true when the curtain rises on Rent next Tuesday.
Camp Quality kicks off

Camp Quality kicks off

If Graeme hits the big-time with his harmonica, he said he’ll owe it all to Camp Quality.
Warmer weather

Warmer weather

Temperature-wise, it’s not the summer of all summers. But after last year’s icy blast through June, July and August, it sure feels like it.
Councillor in court following conflict of interest accusation

Councillor in court following conflict of interest accusation

A conflict of interest accusation lobbed at a sitting councillor found its way to Superior Court Tuesday. Opposing lawyers submitted arguments involving the purchase of a vacant Hardisty Street building by a Coun.

Ring of Fire conference cancelled

Marten Falls First Nation council and chief has cancelled a conference scheduled for this week on the emerging business opportunities in the Ring of Fire.

Shipping down 12 per cent compared to last year

The Port of Thunder Bay’s struggles continue as recently released figures released by the Port Authority shows a total of just under 730,000 tonnes of cargo moved through the port last month.

July housing starts down

The housing starts in Thunder Bay have been hot this year, but did cool off slightly in July.

Bank robberies linked police say

Thunder Bay Police are linking the robbery of a north side credit union last week to a similar incident at the same facility back in April.

Art gallery announces new curator

The Thunder Bay Art Gallery has announced the hiring of their new Curator. Monday was the first day on the job for Nadia Kurd. She brings with her experience as a coordinator with the South Asian Art Collective in Toronto.
City keeping close eye on stimulus project progress: Manager

City keeping close eye on stimulus project progress: Manager

Barring unforeseen delays, both of the city’s two Infrastructure Stimulus Funding projects should be substantially complete by the March 31, 2011 federally imposed deadline, and thus not at risk to lose millions in government funding.