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Tbaytel held its annual general meeting Monday at Thunder Bay City Hall and released “Game Changing,” the company's 2018 report to the community.
The report highlights a number of Tbaytel's key accomplishments from throughout 2018, as well as the company's strategic direction and summarized financial information.
A pair of candidates from Thunder Bay are currently vying for the NDP nomination for the Thunder Bay-Rainy River riding in the upcoming federal election.
A stroke can be one of the most frightening experiences in a lifetime.
The condition can be sudden and fatal, and even if a patient survives there can be severe neurological damage, as the brain suffers from an impact to blood supply during a stroke.
On Friday, May 10, the public is invited to Weechi-it-te-win Family Services' “Children's Wellness BBQ.”
There will be a free lunch of hamburgers, hot dogs, beverages and cake located at 601 Victoria Ave. from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m..
There will be educational and prevention information on site.
Riverside Health Care in conjunction with the Northwestern Health Unit has declared a gastroenteritis outbreak at Rainycrest Long Term Care Home.
All admissions, transfers, discharges and social activities have been cancelled until further notice.
Visitors are restricted to family members and caregivers only.
While clean drinking water is a basic human right, many developing countries as well as certain part of Canada lack access to it.
To raise awareness about the lack of clean drinking water on many First Nations reserves and in developing countries around the world, Fort High is hosting their second-annual “Water Walk” tomorrow (May 2) from 1:50-3:10 p.m.
Businesses, organizations, and charitable groups from Northwestern Ontario had a chance to network and educate people on what they do at the Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce's Business and Community Expo on Friday and Saturday.
More than 500 people came through the curling rink's doors over the two days to see what was being offered by 35 different exhibitors.
It wasn't exactly business as usual at the Seven Generations salon on Friday.
“It's rare to see it so busy in here,” Don Eldridge said.
Eldridge is the post-secondary co-ordinator at Seven Generations Education Institute. He was at the salon building, located at 540 King's Highway, because of a special event that was happening.
The Fort Frances Museum and Cultural Centre opened its newest temporary exhibit on Wednesday.
The photo exhibit, “Taking Back our Natural World” showcases pieces that highlight the driving forces of climate change, as well as the impact those forces have had on the planet so far.