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Posted on Wednesday, February 23, 2022 06:45 AM
The City of Thunder Bay, along with local Indigenous artists, are excited to launch the City’s new Maamawe Art Bus created by five local Indigenous youth artists. Residents are invited to attend the unveiling event at the Transit Terminal Main Depot, 570 Fort William Road, at 1pm on Monday, Feb. 28. (Masks and social distancing are required.) The event will honour Indigenous heritage in Thunder Bay and celebrate the beauty of Indigenous culture expressed through colour and design on the exterior...
Posted on Tuesday, February 22, 2022 04:45 AM
The City of Thunder Bay has been named by Call2Recycle Canada, Inc. as a 2021 Leader in Sustainability. The Leader in Sustainability Award is granted each year to organizations that display exceptional commitment to battery recycling.
The City of Thunder Bay collected 11,301 kilograms of household batteries through the Call2Recycle® program during 2021, making it one of the program’s top-performing partners.
“It’s a privilege to be recognized as a leader in sustainability,” said Jason Sherband,...
Posted on Friday, February 18, 2022 04:30 AM
The City of Thunder Bay is excited to provide winter activities for the whole family throughout the Family Day weekend. The usual SnowDay on the Waterfront event has been modified for 2022 due to ongoing pandemic impacts. Instead, the City will be offering small-scale winter activities on the Family Day weekend, Feb. 19 – Feb. 20. On Family Day, Monday Feb. 21, the popular snow sculptures will return as a self-directed showcase to view until Feb. 27 during regular park hours. All activities...
Posted on Wednesday, February 16, 2022 05:15 AM
Superior North Emergency Medical Services (SNEMS) is experiencing staffing pressures due to COVID-19 isolation.
At this time, service standards continue to be met for urgent calls. Non-urgent calls may experience longer than usual wait times for response. Community members are reminded to continue to use 911 for emergencies.
“I want to assure residents that our paramedics are working very hard and are ready and available to respond when you need them,” said SNEMS Chief Wayne Gates. “To...
Posted on Wednesday, February 09, 2022 05:15 AM
Nominations are now open for the 10th Annual respect.Awards, recognizing individuals, businesses, and organizations in the community that have demonstrated leadership in enhancing diversity, inclusion, equity and respect for others.
The Awards were established by the Respect Initiative Working Group and are sponsored by Diversity Thunder Bay. Two recipients will receive awards this year, including an individual and one for an organization or business.
“These awards offer an opportunity...