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Thunder Bay Hosting Evacuees from Kashechewan First Nation

Posted on Thursday, May 04, 2023 11:55 AM

Today, the City of Thunder Bay will begin to receive evacuees from Kashechewan. Due to flooding in the First Nation community, the Province issued a request to Thunder Bay to be a host community. Thunder Bay will host approximately 300 guests from Kashechewan. 

“The City of Thunder Bay is willing and able to help our neighbours in their time of need, as we have in the past,” said Mayor Ken Boshcoff. “I am grateful to the many people who plan and deliver the supports and services to provide the...

Open House to show future of Victoria and Syndicate Avenues

Posted on Monday, May 01, 2023 08:37 AM

After months of preliminary design work and public consultation, the preferred design for Victoria and Syndicate Avenues will be on display at a public open house.

On May 3, from 3 to 7 pm, consultants with KGS Group, Scatliff+Miller+Murray and City of Thunder Bay representatives will be at Centre Court in Victoriaville to show what the neighbourhood could look like in just a couple of years.

Victoriaville Mall is slated for demolition in the summer of 2024, with the reconstruction of Victoria...

City bike lanes opening delayed

Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2023 03:58 PM

With the late snowfall this year and the possibility of more to come, the City of Thunder Bay has delayed the official opening of bike lanes.  Bike lanes typically open on May 1 after street sweeping operations have been completed.

The City will continue to monitor the weather conditions and an update will be provided to the public when the bike lanes are clear and open for use. Once the sweeping has occurred and the bike lanes opened, on-street parking restrictions effecting designated bike...

Boat slips now available at Thunder Bay Marina

Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2023 02:14 PM

The Thunder Bay Marina opens for the season on May 15, and slips are now available to reserve.

A range of slip sizes are available for vessels of various sizes. Other services include:

  • fuel (gas and diesel)
  • potable water
  • pump outs
  • showers, washrooms and more

Staff are also on hand to assist you from 9 am-9 pm daily (seasonally).

“Using a slip at the Thunder Bay Marina not only gives boaters somewhere to safely park their boat and enjoy Lake Superior, but also provides easy access to the food, fun and...

City Revises Organizational Structure

Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2023 08:01 AM

On April 24, City Council approved a revised organizational structure for the City of Thunder Bay. The new structure and corresponding employee transfers will take effect on July 4.

“When setting the 2023 City Budget, City Council directed me to identify significant budget savings and provide a report back to them in June. By end of 2023, at least $2.2 Million of permanent reductions will need to be found through increased revenue and decreased expenses,” stated City Manager Norm Gale.