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12th Annual Mayor’s Community Safety Awards Presented

Posted on Monday, November 14, 2022 08:42 PM

Two individuals and four community projects received recognition tonight during the 12th Annual Mayor’s Community Safety Awards for their outstanding work in the community.

“Congratulations to our award winners, and thank you for all you do in and for our community,” said Acting Mayor Albert Aiello. “Through these awards, City Council is proud to recognize and highlight the impact you are making in our city.”

The award recipients were featured in a video played at the award ceremony, highlighting...

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Winter Priority Route & Calendar Parking Restrictions Come into Effect

Posted on Monday, November 14, 2022 04:31 PM

With 10 - 15cm of snow forecasted to fall overnight, the City of Thunder Bay will be implementing annual calendar parking and priority route restrictions beginning Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022 at 9 am.

The City of Thunder Bay implements calendar parking and priority route restrictions during the winter months to allow for snow plows to clear local streets more effectively. Calendar parking ensures that when the plow arrives, at least one side of the street is clear of parked cars and the plow can clear...

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Delaney Arena Reopens Tomorrow, Following Repairs

Posted on Monday, November 14, 2022 03:36 PM

After closing last Thursday due to a failure of the in-slab ice cooling system, Delaney Arena will reopen tomorrow, Nov. 15, following a successful interim repair.

“Without prompt action by Arena staff last week when they detected the problem, more ice time would have been lost,” said City Manager Norm Gale. “I’m pleased, on behalf of all ice-time users, that Delaney Arena will be back to normal so quickly.”

Over the weekend the problem with the in-slab cooling system was isolated and addressed....

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City Bike Lanes to Close for Winter Season

Posted on Thursday, November 10, 2022 03:23 PM

In anticipation of the winter season, the City’s bike lanes will be “closed” from Nov. 15 to April 30. During this period, riders are still permitted to use bike lanes and roadways but must be aware that during the winter months, bike lanes will not be cleared of debris and may be used for snow storage as necessary.

“All riders choosing to use bike lanes and roadways during the winter are advised to exercise caution, and all road users are reminded to share the road, be aware of other vehicles and...

Learn about our shared history with Indigenous peoples during Treaties Recongition Week, November 6 - 12.

Thunder Bay Honours Treaties Recognition Week 2022

Posted on Monday, November 07, 2022 09:34 AM

Treaties Recognition Week is held across the province from Nov. 6 – 12, to recognize the importance of treaties and bring awareness to the treaty relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in the province of Ontario.

Thunder Bay is part of the Robinson-Superior Treaty signed in 1850. A plaque is displayed in City Hall lobby recognizing this treaty and reflecting the City’s continued commitment to fostering respectful relations and working with Indigenous partners.

“We are all treaty...