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Follow @OPP_Hire’s Live Tweets During Virtual Ride-Along with Marathon @OPP_NWR

Follow @OPP_Hire’s Live Tweets During Virtual Ride-Along with Marathon @OPP_NWR

The Ontario Provincial Police is ALWAYS HIRING. In fact, the OPP is once again opening the doors to the public on an unprecedented scale showcasing what policing in Northwestern Ontario is all about. Through the use of social media, the OPP is also hoping to provide another avenue for everyone, [Read more]

Empowering Indigenous Women Now and in the Future

Empowering Indigenous Women Now and in the Future

On International Women’s Day, National Indigenous leaders, federal, provincial and territorial Ministers of Indigenous Relations and Status of Women, senior officials and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne met with delegates for the fifth National Indigenous Women’s Summit. Held in Toronto, [Read more]

5 Days Left: Red Rock Folk Festival Annual Slogan Contest Submissions

5 Days Left: Red Rock Folk Festival Annual Slogan Contest Submissions

THUNDER BAY, ON  – The annual Live from the Rock Folk Festival slogan contest is coming to a close on March 10, 2017. The contest, which has been an ongoing tradition since the festival’s inception in 2003, is open to anyone, anywhere in the world with the opportunity to win two free passes to [Read more]

Hydro bills put community centres at risk

Hydro bills put community centres at risk

ECHO BAY, ON – On Saturday, NDP Leader Andrea Horwath joined the leadership of Echo Bay, Desbarats, Bruce Mines, Hilton Beach and the Township of St. Joseph to speak out about skyrocketing hydro bills – which are putting their community hubs at risk. “The Johnson Township Community Centre [Read more]

WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup 2017 Thunder Bay

WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup 2017 Thunder Bay

A record nine Top 10 countries have qualified into baseball’s U-18 world championship. LAUSANNE, Switzerland — The World Baseball Softball Confederation today announced the qualified nations and groups for the WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup 2017 that will be staged from 1-10 September in Thunder [Read more]

NOWW Writing Contest

NOWW Writing Contest

One Month Countdown Starts Now(w)! THUNDER BAY, ON – Call it a mini National Writing Month (TBayWriMo?), call it a 30-day warning, call it whatever you like – just don’t call in too late! Today officially marks the last month of the NOWW 19th Annual Writing Contest. Online submissions are [Read more]

Manitouwadge Hospital Public Engagement – Schedule Change

Manitouwadge Hospital Public Engagement – Schedule Change

To better meet demand, we have added a Thursday evening session as well.  Feel free to print and circulate the poster to your friends and family.  We look forward to your input into the future our how we deliver health care in Manitouwadge. Thank you. Jocelyn Bourgoin, C.E.O. Manitouwadge [Read more]

Ordre du Jour Conseil Municipale de Dubreuilville Town Council Agenda 02.28.17

Ordre du Jour Conseil Municipale de Dubreuilville Town Council Agenda 02.28.17

ORDRE DU JOUR / Agenda Séance du Comité d’ajustement qui aura lieu à 18 h 30, le 28 février 2017 Committee of Adjustment meeting scheduled for February 28, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. (Demande de consentement et dérogation mineure – Réunion de planification d’utilisation des terres) [Read more]

QP Press Conference RE: Toxic Dumping Site

QP Press Conference RE: Toxic Dumping Site

Is the Dryden mill site still leaking toxic mercury upstream from Grassy Narrows? Strong new scientific evidence indicates yes.  Fresh river sediment downstream from mill is 130x above normal. TORONTO, ON – A new scientific report will be released today presenting “strong evidence” that one [Read more]

MP Patty Hajdu Visits Greenstone (Itinerary)

MP Patty Hajdu Visits Greenstone (Itinerary)

Hon. Patty Hajdu reaching out to Greenstone constituents this week THUNDER BAY, ON – Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour and Member of Parliament for Thunder Bay-Superior North, is heading to Greenstone this week. From Tuesday, Feb. 28 until Thursday, March 2, [Read more]

Manitouwadge Hospital Hosts Public Engagement Sessions Next Week

Manitouwadge Hospital Hosts Public Engagement Sessions Next Week

Dear Manitouwadge Residents Pardon the intrusion.  I’m reaching out to every contact I have in my email list for an important opportunity. The Manitouwadge General Hospital is exploring the next steps in our journey in the creation of a Local Health Hub as per the Health Services Blueprint of [Read more]

L’AFNOO lance son nouveau logo pour célébrer son 40e

L’AFNOO lance son nouveau logo pour célébrer son 40e

Thunder Bay, le 16 février 2017  ̶  Dans le cadre de son 40e anniversaire, l’Association des francophones du Nord-Ouest de l’Ontario (AFNOO) vient tout juste d’annoncer son nouveau logo d’entreprise. Afin de souligner cette étape majeure dans la vie d’un organisme communautaire, ils [Read more]

Manitouwadge Annual Family Fish Derby Among No-License Fishing Weekend Events in Ontario

Manitouwadge Annual Family Fish Derby Among No-License Fishing Weekend Events in Ontario

Head Outside to Catch Some Family Fun Families and fishing enthusiasts across Ontario can fish licence-free from Saturday, February 18 through Monday, February 20.This Family Day weekend, anglers can go ice fishing without a licence, so head out to one of Ontario’s provincial parks that are [Read more]

Vote on a Name for Science North’s New Animal Embassador

Vote on a Name for Science North’s New Animal Embassador

SUDBURY,ON  – A new young beaver, now calls Science North home. The beaver was born June 9, 2016 at the Zoo Sauvage de St-Félicien in St-Félicien, Quebec. The Zoo Sauvage is home to over 75 species of animals from around the world, and is highly focused on species found in Canada, like the [Read more]

Carol Hughes Calls for Action on Equality for First Nations Children

Carol Hughes Calls for Action on Equality for First Nations Children

BLIND RIVER, ON – Four days before the historic Have a Heart Day on Parliament Hill, Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing MP Carol Hughes will be hosting a screening of the film, ‘Hi-Ho Mistahey’ and calling for an end to discrimination against Canada’s First Nations children. Hi-Ho Mistahey is [Read more]

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