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Local Salvation Army Journey
Local Salvation Army Journey To Life Centre Opens! by Scott A. Sumner Thunder Bay has a great new addition to serve our community with the >completion and opening of the new Salvation Journey to Life Centre on Cumberland Street!The 30,000 square foot building is a massive improvement over the much smaller building (15,000 square feet) that was built in the 1950’s and began being used by the Salvation Army in 1971. The new building is a $15.5 million structure with the Salvation Army organization ... Read More

Port Grain Shipments Strong
Port Grain Shipments Remain Strong The Port of Thunder Bay continues to experience above-average grain shipments as international demand for wheat remains high through the global pandemic. As of July 31, year-to-date grain tonnage sits 26% higher than last year. July grain shipments were 100,000 metric tonnes higher than the same month last year. Strong shipments are anticipated this fall, as well. Canadian farmers are preparing to harvest one of the Top 5 largest crops in history, according to ... Read More

Covid 19 and Our Economy
Covid 19 and Our Economy - 6 Months Later! It’s been about six months now since the onset of COVID-19 in our world which meant a virtual shut down of much of the economy. So what have we learned in the last six months? I tend to ask a lot of questions to business people that you meet and there are always a wide variety of answers. Generally though COVID 19 has had far reaching implications for most people and business. Air Canada is back in operation with jet service flying people to Toronto ... Read More



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