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Congratulations to the “Making Thunder Bay Home" Video Contest winners:

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Three Places to Explore Around Thunder Bay from Peter Moule on Vimeo.

 

Feras Battah

Dylan Fisk

Jim Cameron

 Waleed Shasho

 

 

FREE Workshop for Entrepreneurs!

Accounting and your small business
Accounting and your small business

Thursday January 25th | 11:30 - 1pm (lunch provided)
Baggage Building Arts Centre - 2200 Sleeping Giant Parkway

This is a FREE workshop for entrepreneurs. Register at entrepreneurcentre.eventbrite.ca
Deadline for registration is 4pm on monday January 22

 


 

Hardworking Websites

Free Workshop: Hardworking Websites

Is your website doing its job? In an era of social media, digital advertising, and competitive search results, your website is not just a website - it’s the center of a diverse and active online ecosystem. Making sure that your website is doing its job to support all the digital aspects of your business is essential for success in today’s online environment.

In this FREE seminar for entrepreneurs, you will learn how to get your website working hard for your business.

Presenters Krista Hansen and Dan Hanson of Eleven-Seventeen will cover topics such as:

  • Website builders and Content Management Systems (CMS): what they are and how they differ
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO): tips and myths
  • Content strategy: what it is and why it matters
  • Accessibility: what it is and why it matters
  • Social media and digital advertising: how your website supports them
  • When to do it yourself and when to hire a professional

 

Register now


Thunder Bay Ranked #11 Cheapest Canadian City to Live In

Where are the cheapest cities in Canada? Using the cost-of-living data from Salary Expert, slice.ca compared the cost of living in all Canadian cities with a population of over 100,000, as well as the capital and largest city in each province and territory. The most expensive cities are the larger cities as well as those in the Prairie Provinces and the North. If you want to find a cheaper Canadian city to live in, look towards smaller cities, especially in Quebec and Ontario.

See the complete list.


MoneySense Magazine Ranks Thunder Bay 4th Best City in Canada to Buy Real Estate

Guelph has topped the list as the city with the most attractive real estate for buyers in Canada, according to the 2017 MoneySense Where to Buy Now ranking. In doing so, it bumps Thunder Bay from the perch it had held for two consecutive years, knocking it down to fourth spot.

Read the article, Where to Buy Now.