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Thunder Bay Co-op Farm Supplie
Thunder Bay Co-op Farm Supplies Celebrate 70 Years! by Scott A. Sumner Many local residents in the Thunder Bay area are familiar or have some knowledge of our farming community in the Slate River area to the south of the city. They have been working together for 70 years now with the Thunder Bay Co-op Farm Supplies business that helps them operate as a team and more efficiently. Since then the Co-op has opened to the public andbegun expansions in order to better serve farmers, home-owners and seasonal ... Read More

Bob Watts NWMO
Bob Watts, Vice President of Indigenous Relations at NWMO speaks on reconciliation by Scott A. Sumner Bob Watts, Vice President of Indigenous Relations at NWMO was in Thunder Bay to be keynote speaker at the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce’s “Aboriginal Partnership Exchange” (APEX) Speaker’s Series. I asked him some questions just before his remarks began. How are things going with reconciliation in Canada? “ I wish some things were happening at a faster phase but generally ... Read More

ARRIVAL OF FIRST OCEAN-GOING V
ARRIVAL OF FIRST OCEAN-GOING VESSEL The Port of Thunder Bay has opened to international shipping with the arrival of the first ocean-going vessel to port during the 2022 navigation season. MV Blacky crossed the Thunder Bay breakwall at 0825 Monday, April 18, 2022. Blacky is currently loading Western Canadian wheat and oats at Richardson International’s main elevator and will sail for Puerto Rico on Wednesday. The Cyprus-registered Blacky is on its ninth voyage to Thunder Bay since being constructed ... Read More



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