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Posted On Thursday, August 15, 2019

August 15, 2019 – In March 2019, City Council approved a review to improve understanding of the programs and services currently provided by the City, and provide information that will allow Council and administration to make informed strategic choices regarding those programs and services.
The City has hired Grant Thornton LLP to provide the independent review.
“As a new Council, it makes sense that we would take a close look at the services the City provides,...

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Posted On Wednesday, August 14, 2019

CEDCThe Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission (CEDC) is pleased to announce the launch of two new funding programs to support tourism industry growth through the CEDC’s share of the Municipal Accommodation Tax (MAT).
The program consists of two funding streams; one for tourism event growth support and the other supporting product development.  Program details are available through the Tourism Thunder Bay website, www.VisitThunderBay.com .  The...

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Posted On Tuesday, August 13, 2019

vic and lillie 2Starting tomorrow, Wednesday, August 14, Victoria Avenue, between Edward Street and Lillie Street, will be resurfaced. Work will include removing the existing asphalt surface and re-paving with two new lifts of asphalt. As part of this work, a new multi-use trail will be constructed along Ford Street, between Rankin Street and Walnut Street, and a new pedestrian crossover installed at the Victoria Ave / Ford Street intersection.  In addition, the work will also include the...
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Posted On Tuesday, August 06, 2019

The City of Thunder Bay is investing $30 million in 2019 on road and sidewalk rehabilitation, residential paving, sanitary and storm sewers, watermain repair/replacement, bridge and culvert work, and streetlight renewal.
Road work can result in road closures, detours and delays for drivers, but the inconvenience ultimately results in improved infrastructure. All residents are reminded to reduce their speed, be alert, watch for workers and drive with extra care in construction...

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Posted On Friday, August 02, 2019

DST Consulting Engineers will be installing monitoring wells and sampling soil and groundwater on the festival field at Boulevard Lake Park. DST will be installing fencing to keep the public and trail users safe and separated from the drill rig.
Work is set to begin on August 6, and it is expected to take four days to complete the work.
All residents are reminded to obey all posted signage, respect the fenced-off area and use extra caution when near the work zone.
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