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First Cruise Ship of Season to
First Cruise Ship of Season to Thunder Bay:The Viking Octantis by Scott A. Sumner We had the opportunity to tour and ask some questions about the Octantis ship after making it's first stop of the season in Thunder Bay. Jorgen Cardestig is the Captain of the Viking Octantis and is from Sweden. How was your journey to Thunder Bay? “ We had a very good journey here. Probably 10 days of the last two weeks has been sunny and the wind has been very good.We went all the way from Toronto and ended ... Read More

Sargent & Son: A Century
Sargent & Son: A Century of Care It was in 1922 that Lewis Sargent, then of Fergus, Ontario founded a funeral home at the Lakehead known as Thompson and Sargent Funeral Directors. He officially settled in Thunder Bay in 1924 in order to become more involved in the day to day operation of the establishment. The funeral home was originally located in the Nelson Block on Cumberland Street, but by 1925 the business had grown and was moved to a home built on Court Street circa 1880 by Richard Vigars. ... Read More

National Indigenous Peoples
National Indigenous Peoples Day presented byRed Sky Metis Independent Nation at Fort William Historical Park by Scott A. Sumner “ Today, June 21st, is the National Indigenous Peoples Day and we are holding an event at the Fort William Historical Park with over 300 children from 3 local schools attending our activities. The event is to educate the kids about our culture and our history,” said Donelda DeLaRonde, Executive Director of Red Sky Metis Independent Nation. Fort William Historical ... Read More

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