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City Signs Letter of Intent
City Signs Letter of Intent With Matawa First Nations Officials from the City of Thunder Bay and Matawa First Nations Management announced today City Council’s authorization of a Letter of Intent to move forward with granting Grandview Lodge, a former long-term care facility, to Matawa First Nations Management following a deputation made last night. The City’s surplus facility will be used to establish a Matawa Student Education and Care and Centre. On August 28, City Council Committee ... Read More

Thunder Bay Boys & Girls Club
Thunder Bay Boys and Girls Club Provide An Amazing Service For Kids by Scott A. Sumner The Thunder Bay Boys and Girls Club officially started in 1971 when they applied for and received a provisional membership from the Boys and Girls Club of Canada. In 1972 the local group were given full recognition as being a Boys and Girls Club. This meant they became part of a national organization and abide by all the core values and mission statement of a organization of more than 300,000 children they serve ... Read More

35th Annual Westfort Street
35th Annual Westfort Street Fair… always popular! By Sherry Aalto One of the oldest and most famous corners of Thunder Bay is . . . Westfort Village. The community grew up around river traffic and the railway, a home for working families. Early business owners built their own busy downtown, complete with clothing stores, banks, restaurants, hotel, professional offices, pharmacy and food store. Today, Westfort remains a self-contained shopping district with all the amenities. In fact, many ... Read More

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