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New Burger King Restaurant
New Burger King Restaurant Coming for Thunder Bay! by Scott A. Sumner Local construction company M Builds is finishing off a new building that will soon house Thunder Bay’s third Burger King restaurant across from the Intercity Shopping Centre. I asked Graham Belluz, Project Manager at M Builds some questions about the project. This building will house a Burger King restaurant on a high profile street in Thunder Bay. Tell me about the building size, type of construction and finishes that were ... Read More

What women entrepreneurs need
What women entrepreneurs need to succeed in Ontario THRIVE; Prospering PARO Women conference tackles barriers and enablers for women in business. On November 24 th , PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise held their annual THRIVE; Prospering PARO Women conference, bringing together women in business to share the teachings and successes that come with navigating the business world, post-COVID. The conference, held at the Valhalla Inn in Thunder Bay, covers a variety of topics pertaining to both ... Read More

Increases in Grain & Potash
INCREASES IN GRAIN, POTASH SHIPMENTS AT THE PORT OF THUNDER BAY Shipments of Western Canadian grain are on the rise at the Port of Thunder Bay. Grain elevators handled 840,000 tonnes of wheat, canola, and other grains during the month of October. Monthly grain shipments increased by 33% from September, and 8% over last October. The increase was expected as the fall grain harvest moves its way through the supply chain. This marks a return to a more typical volume of grain transiting the port, following ... Read More



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