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  1. Green Party applauds American-Chinese commitment to climate actionRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 13 | Manitoulin Expositor

    ... the world's largest emitters of greenhouse. Bruce Hyer, Deputy Green Party leader and Member of Parliament for Thunder Bay- Superior North added that he hopes that this announcement between China and the U.S. will renew pressure on Prime Minister ...

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  2. Driver, 14, three friends hurt in Chippewa Road CrashRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Chronicle-Journal

    A Thunder Bay Police Traffic unit investigation has started into a single motor vehicle crash that happened around 1:30 am Saturday morning on Chippewa Road just west of the James Street intersection. What is known at this point is that a male fourteen year old driver lost control of a black Kia sedan travelling west bound at high speed.

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  3. Police say 14-year-old driving car that slammed into hydro poleRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Thunder Bay's Source

    ... passengers of similar ages in the vehicle with police describing injuries as ranging from very serious to minor. Thunder Bay Hydro crews expect to remain on the scene for much of the day. Traffic on the route from Highway 61 to the Fort William ...

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  4. Pellet plant among company's Northwestern darlingsRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | The Chronicle-Journal

    Resolute Forest Products will celebrate another milestone in wood-products diversification this week in Thunder Bay. On Tuesday, the company is hosting the official inauguration of its wood pellet plant on Darrel Avenue.

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  5. Student's story spurred commitment to tackle sex assault at Lakehead UniversityRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    Sarah says she was raped by a classmate while attending Lakehead University in Thunder Bay. Her story spurred Lakehead to implement a new sexual misconduct policy. 1 comment

  6. Coast Guard's local seasonal search and rescue station set to close for winterRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Thunder Bay's Source

    The Canadian Coast Guard's seasonal search and rescue station in Thunder Bay is scheduled to close on Monday as sites on Great Lakes, Georgian Bay and St. Lawrence River in Ontario wind down operations before the bodies of water freeze.

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  7. Saturday, November 22, 2014Read the original story

    Saturday | The Chronicle-Journal

    ... have rather been in the warmth of their station. Thanks again, guys, for answering my call." THUMBS Down to Thunder Bay Regional hospital. "Really? Now you have to purchase your own Chlorhexadine scrub sponge to prep yourself for surgery! The pre-op ...

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  8. NOSM signs agreement with University of WaterlooRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Northern Life

    ... their last term of studies in Northern Ontario at one of three regional sites - Sudbury, Sault Ste. Marie or Thunder Bay. The agreement between NOSM and the University of Waterloo lists a number of additional areas of potential collaboration, ...

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  9. Rights the answer, not the problemRead the original story

    Friday | The Chronicle-Journal

    Re A Reasonable Rebuttal Still Missing: Johnson - letter, Nov. 8: Some citizens of Thunder Bay seem to be concerned that Aboriginal Peoples receive special treatment, extra benefits, or more than their fair share. Stated at its highest, this is an appeal to equality.

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  10. Rickford, Legion members owe chaplain an apologyRead the original story

    Friday | The Chronicle-Journal

    ... the Kenora Legion who were blindsided into agreeing to her resignation owe Rev. Tankard an apology. Lois Vanson Thunder Bay

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  11. Maher: Harper's on thin ice snubbing the premier of OntarioRead the original story

    Friday | Canada.com

    ... to discuss plans to build infrastructure to allow miners to exploit the Ring of Fire mineral fields north of Thunder Bay. Both sides said that the meeting went well, but the next day, Wynne complained to reporters that Harper wouldn't agree to her ...

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  12. Two local companies given Signature Experience Collection statusRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Thunder Bay's Source

    ... across Ontario. City Tourism manager Paul Pepe says it is very significant that two of the new partners are from Thunder Bay. He added that he believes being at the same level as the other destinations in the partnership will be a huge boost for ...

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  13. Federal government right to question province for plan, Ring of Fire stakeholder saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Thunder Bay's Source

    ... really not the sort of thing you expect to hear from a CEO in a public space," he said. MP John Rafferty (NDP, Thunder Bay-Rainy River) took Goncalves' comments as an opportunity in the House of Commons to chastise the federal Conservatives and ...

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  14. Electronic pow-wow extravaganzaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Northern Life

    ... Awards. A trained nurse, she also delights in delivering healthy lifestyles workshops for youth. A native of Thunder Bay, Joshua DePerry, a.k.a. DJ Classic Roots is innovating unique electronica sounds inspired by the "sexy heartbeats of the boreal ...

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  15. Stornoway Diamond Corp. To Participate in Pikoo East Option With...Read the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | BayStreet.ca

    ... East properties under the option agreement. The samples have been submitted to Microlithics Laboratories Inc. of Thunder Bay, Ontario for kimberlite indicator mineral (KIM) processing. Results are expected in early 2015, and details on the ...

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  16. City hall issue? Soon, call your ombudsmanRead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | The Chronicle-Journal

    ... dents to complain to the ombudsman about their municipal government. Yes Virginia, there is a Santa. Henry Wojak Thunder Bay

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  17. Careful driving in lots, tooRead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | The Chronicle-Journal

    More auto accidents occur in parking lots than anywhere else in Thunder Bay. Surprising? Not at all.

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  18. Lac des Iles realigning following summer fatalityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Northern Ontario Business

    ... had been struck by a piece of muck. What is clear is that Lac des Iles, located about a 90-minute drive north of Thunder Bay, lacks a stringent culture of safety, said general manager Hugh MacIsaac. In 2013, the mine had 47 reportable accidents, and ...

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  19. Veterans Affairs district offices didn't need to close, says MPRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | CBC News

    NDP MP John Rafferty is questioning why eight Veterans Affairs district offices had to close, following news that the department left $1.1 billion unspent from 2006-2013. Rafferty is the MP for Thunder Bay, Ontario, the location of one of eight offices that closed at the end of January.

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  20. Kennedy's memory lives on in judoRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Chronicle-Journal

    By Janet Fuchek Once a year, judo enthusiasts gather at an annual event in Thunder Bay to pay tribute to a legend in the sport - former judo instructor Kevin Kennedy. Known by his comedy stage name, Dr. Funnybone, Kennedy was a retired local firefighter, philanthropist and chief instructor at the Thunder Bay Judo Dojo.

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