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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

Funding will create new jobs
Funding will create new jobs and promote economic development The Ontario government is providing $845,566 to help two companies in Thunder Bay develop new products and technologies that will support the health sciences sector and create skilled worker jobs. The funding will be delivered through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC). 'Supporting the health sciences sector across Northern Ontario is an important part of our government's plan to create more jobs and economic development ... Read More

Impala Canada Support Local
Impala Canada Support Local Red Sky Metis Independent Nation Post Secondary Students by Scott A. Sumner Impala Canada has funded four bursaries to local Red Sky Metis Independent Nation Post Secondary Students. These funds were presentedat a recent ceremony at the Red Sky Metis offices in Thunder Bay. Karlene Nummikoski taking Psychology at Lakehead University“ This will be my first year in the program. I am very sociable and would like to be able to help people in rehabilitation centres like ... Read More



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