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Posted On Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Skate-2-Win-Jackson BallThe community is invited to grab their skates and get active outside as part of the PRO Kids’ Skate-2-Win Campaign which runs until March 14. Families are encouraged to go skating at their favourite outdoor spot for some quality time together while enjoying healthy activity in support of PRO Kids. 
PRO Kids was unable to host its annual Spring Skate at the Fort William Gardens due to COVID-19 restrictions, but that hasn’t stopped the charity from promoting...

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Posted On Monday, February 22, 2021

human trafficking awareness day posterToday is Human Trafficking Awareness Day in Ontario and as such, the Thunder Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking launched a new website to help educate people about human trafficking and to provide community supports and services for survivors/victims. 
“Thunder Bay remains one of the top six hubs in Ontario for human trafficking, so it’s important to continue to help victims and survivors access resources, while also educating the community about this...

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Posted On Thursday, February 18, 2021

As a result of a water main break, a temporary road closure will take place from approximately 4:00 am to 4:30 pm, Friday, Feb. 19, on Hewitson Street between Carrick Street and Russell Street.
Hewitson Street will be closed to through traffic during this time.  Access to both Carrick Street and Russell Street will be available from either side of the road closure; only the Hewitson Street section under repair will be closed.  Motorists are asked to drive with caution...

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Posted On Thursday, February 18, 2021

City Hall Photo - Sized for Website News FeatureThe City’s Municipal Emergency Control Group (MECG) met today with community partners as part of its ongoing management of the COVID-19 situation. The group also heard progress updates regarding the region’s vulnerable populations.
“Community partners have really come together to address this urgent need with increased shelter spaces provided by District of Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board and health and social supports by numerous other community...

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Posted On Friday, February 12, 2021

FB Image for City Media ReleasesThe Province announced today that on Tuesday, Feb. 16 the Thunder Bay District Health Unit (TBDHU) zone will now move to Red: Control (stringent measures). The Red category of the Province’s COVID-19 Response Framework is outlined by the Province as “Broader-scale actions and restrictions across multiple sectors to control the spread. Restrictions are the most severe available before wide-scale business or organizational closings.”
“As we come out...

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