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Thunder Bay City Council has established a Twinning Relationship Policy and a Sister Cities Advisory Committee for the purpose of developing mutually beneficial economic and cultural interaction between communities. As economic development is the focus of Thunder Bay’s program, municipal twinning provides an opportunity for both parties.
NOTICE OF CONFERENCE CANCELLATION & RESCHEDULING:
SISTER CITIES “MAKING CONNECTIONS” – SEPT. 15 - 16, 2016
TO BE RESCHEDULED IN THE SPRING OF 2017
The Sister Cities Advisory Committee of The City of Thunder Bay and the Organizing Committee regret having to announce that the two-day Conference, to have been held in Thunder Bay the 15 - 16 September 2016 has had to be cancelled. As a Committee, we have agreed to focus our energy on coordinating a Sister Cities Forum in the Spring of 2017 and we hope to be able to bring you worthwhile and professional development opportunities with the scheduled sessions for this event. Details on the time and location of the Spring Forum will be posted once confirmed.
We respectfully thank you for your continued support. Please check back in the near future for more details.
Councillor B. McKinnon, Chair – Sister Cities Advisory Committee
Both the Sister Cities Advisory Committee of The City of Thunder Bay and the Organizing Committee apologize for any inconvenience caused to prospective participants on this conference. Please contact the Chair of the Committee, Councillor B. McKinnon at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need further information.
John Hannam, City Clerk, is the administrative contact for the Committee. For more information about the Sister Cities Program, contact:
Office of the City Clerk
500 Donald St. E
3rd Floor, City Hall
Thunder Bay, ON P7E 5V3