Good News of the MonthNovember
Alpine Ontario awards 2019 U14 championships to 2 Thunder Bay ski hills. Based on previous downhill events, the economic impact on Thunder Bay of a large ski race is estimated to be about $600,000. More.
Cheadles LLP is pleased to announce that, effective January 1, 2018, Rachael M. Paquette became the newest equity partner.
Halfway Motors Nissan and Performance KIA were handpicked as two of the Top 3 Car dealerships in Thunder Bay by Three Best Rated based on a 50-point inspection that included everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction and trust. Read more…
Researchers at Lakehead University have received new funding to work on projects ranging from the diagnosis of breast cancer to how habitat selection affects animals. In total, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada is providing more than $1.6 million in support of 14 faculty research projects and four graduate student awards. Read more…
Carmen Blais, a Clinical Coordinator at Matawa Health Co-operative, has been awarded a 2018 Minister’s Medal for her dedicated efforts to improving health outcomes for Indigenous communities in Northwestern Ontario. Matawa First Nations developed the Health Co-operative to provide collaborative and accountable health services to its member First Nations. Read more…
The Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling, Tour Challenge is coming to Thunder Bay November 6-11, 2018. The Tournament Centre will play host to 60 teams from around the world.
Reid’s Countrywide celebrates 50 years in business!
Salt & Pepper Catering wins Top Chef 2018. Congratulations!
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