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  1. For Murray, true success comes in the postseasonRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Erie Times News

    ... said of his hat purchase. "oePittsburgh took a chance on me at the draft and I owe them a lot for that." The Thunder Bay, Ontario native has been paying back the organization not only by proudly wearing the hat of a Pittsburgh franchise, but by ...

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  2. Mental health funding puts focus on community careRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Northern Life

    ... department. Ranta said the home will be the first of its kind in Sudbury, but four other cities in Ontario - Thunder Bay, Hamilton, Toronto and Ottawa - have similar homes that have proven successful. The harm reduction homes have decreased ...

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  3. For Murray, true success comes in the postseasonRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Times Leader

    ... said of his hat purchase. "Pittsburgh took a chance on me at the draft and I owe them a lot for that." The Thunder Bay, Ontario native has been paying back the organization not only by proudly wearing the hat of a Pittsburgh franchise, but by ...

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  4. Gift cards, warranties, exchanges: Here's what to expect amid Future Shop's closureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Thunder Bay's Source

    ... ore employed between 70 and 80 people. A window sign hung at the front of the Memorial Avenue location indicates Thunder Bay will have a Best Buy replacement on April 4.

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  5. Newspaper to run with charity golf eventRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Chronicle-Journal

    For decades, the annual Bearskin Airlines Charity Golf Classics drew in thousands of golfers as they putt and played the back nine in support of the United Way of Thunder Bay, the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation and the Canadian Red Cross. But the baton has been passed to the newspaper of the Northwest and that has The Chronicle-Journal publisher and general manager Clint Harris a little nervous.

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  6. Saturday, March 28, 2015Read the original story

    Yesterday | The Chronicle-Journal

    ... who were in the back seat. Kind acts inspire and that it did. Will pay it forward. Thank you!" THUMBS Up to the Thunder Bay Auto Sports Club, the sponsors and the drivers and their crews "for a wonderful season of racing. It was so enjoyable to ...

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  7. Thunder Bay Future Shop to reopen under Best Buy bannerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Thunder Bay's Source

    Future Shop is no more in Thunder Bay. Employees heading into work on Saturday morning were greeted with the bad news that the company was closing its doors, one of 131 Future Shop locations in Canada to shut down. 1 comment

  8. Music exchange abbreviated by - officiousness' at borderRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Chronicle-Journal

    For many years the music department at Lakehead University has been holding master classes and noon-hour concerts, featuring high stature, local, national and international artists, for the benefit of its music students and all others who may be interested. On several occasions over the years, the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra has augmented its forces with musicians from the Duluth Symphony.

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  9. To build it , city borrowing from Peter to pay PaulRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Chronicle-Journal

    ... are they going to "divert" or "allocate" funds from other more deserving projects around the city? The Renew Thunder Bay Fund has $23 million that has been sitting since 2009 while the city borrowed millions to complete Golf Links Road. The tax levy ...

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  10. Bill C-51: Most people know what Harper is up toRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Chronicle-Journal

    ... all the terrorists in the world combined. He definitely wants to hide his negligence on that front! So what are Thunder Bay people to do? We have never elected any Harper followers, so voting against them locally, though necessary, is not ...

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  11. Carnival supports 4-year-old girlRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Chronicle-Journal

    ... support to a four-year-old girl who is battling leukemia. The girl's older brother, a Grade 7 student at the Thunder Bay school, shared the story of his sister on Friday as she battles the disease. The school held a winter carnival in support of the ...

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  12. $100K-plus tax-paid salaries OK: mayorRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Chronicle-Journal

    The number of people in Thunder Bay earning taxpayer-funded salaries of at least $100,000 a year continues to grow. There were 241 City of Thunder Bay workers who earned more than $100,000 last year, an increase of 12 from 2013's 229, according to the annual Ontario salary public-sector disclosure documents that were released on Friday.

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  13. City's sunshine list membership drops by 8Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Thunder Bay's Source

    The City of Thunder Bay's sunshine list continues to grow. On Friday the province released its annual salary public-sector salary disclosure documents , which show that 241 City of Thunder Bay employees made in excess of $100,000 in 2014, eight fewer than the 249 that were on the list in 2013.

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  14. Noront CEO says new acquisition changes how industry, First Nations and goverment work togetherRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Thunder Bay's Source

    THUNDER BAY The president and CEO of Noront Natural Resources acknowledges the acquisition of the claims formerly held by Cliffs Natural Resources is a game changer for the Ring of Fire. Alan Coutts was in Thunder Bay on Friday in hopes of meeting with Matawa chiefs regarding the announcement earlier this week of Noront now holding nearly 65 per cent of the Ring of Fire.

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  15. Ontario's 'sunshine list' tops 100,000 members for first timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Toronto Star

    The annual “ sunshine list ” of six-figures-and-up earners on the provincial public payroll released Friday included 111,440 people in 2014 - 13,644 more than the 97,796 the year before or a 13.9 per cent increase. That means the equivalent of the population of cities the size of Burlington or Thunder Bay made this year's tally, which was curated in six volumes spanning 2,491 pages.

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  16. More than 111,000 public servants made $100,000 and upRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Toronto Star

    The annual “ sunshine list ” of six-figures-and-up earners on the provincial public payroll released Friday included 111,440 people in 2014 - 13,644 more than the 97,796 the year before or a 13.9 per cent increase. That means the equivalent of the population of cities the size of Burlington or Thunder Bay made this year's tally, which was organized in six volumes spanning 2,491 pages.

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  17. Who Participates in Dog-sporting Events and Why?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Psychology Today

    ... University. Data was collected by setting up tables at various dog-sport competitions in the vicinity of Thunder Bay, which is a city in Northern Ontario. Eventually the team collected data from 85 individuals who were willing to fill out the rather ...

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  18. Northern Ontario is growing, in placesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SooToday

    NORTHERN POLICY INSTITUTE ************************* THUNDER BAY A new report and video podcast released by Northern Policy Institute shows the close relationship between Northern Ontario's overall declining population and the struggling primary industry sector. The report, Diversify, Innovate, Investand Grow, was researched and written by Julien Bonin and examines the trends in population throughout the 11 census districts in Northern Ontario from 2001 to 2013.

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  19. Event centre plan rolls aheadRead the original story

    Friday | The Chronicle-Journal

    By Jeff Labine The Chronicle-Journal After much debate, Thunder Bay city council has decided to move forward on the controversial multi-million dollar event centre. Council held a special meeting Thursday night before making a decision on whether or not to move forward onto Phase 5 of the proposed $114.7 million event centre.

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  20. Corrections officers say they're being forced to work without pepper spray at their sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Thunder Bay's Source

    ... prison guards vulnerable, he said, a group of about two dozen corrections officers picketing in front of the Thunder Bay District Jail. "Staff are being disciplined, suspended and sent home for not being properly certified to carry their personal ...

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