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Posted On Friday, October 18, 2019

Small Business Week CommitteeFor 75 years, BDC has been working alongside Canadian entrepreneurs to help them build and grow their businesses. This year, for BDC Small Business Week, they are shinning the spotlight on the changing face of entrepreneurship in Canada and the trailblazers behind the business.
At an event on Friday, Oct. 18, held at City Hall, the Mayor officially proclaimed Oct. 20 – 26 as BDC Small Business Week TM. 
“With the national theme, ‘Canada: a nation...

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Posted On Friday, October 18, 2019

ConstructionThe final lift of asphalt pavement resurfacing of Dawson Road, between Strand Avenue and Fassina Street, is scheduled to start early next week. This will result in limited access to the County Fair Mall and area businesses, as well as temporary closures of side streets.
Construction will begin on Sunday, Oct. 20, and is anticipated to last two days. The construction schedule is subject to change as various factors, such as weather, can have an impact on project timelines.
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Posted On Thursday, October 17, 2019

Program & Services ReviewIn 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 objective is to help City Council achieve its goals and determine how the Corporation can improve the services that matter most to Thunder Bay residents, both now and into the future.
To date, the...

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Posted On Thursday, October 17, 2019

NWOWWC planning committee The 65 th annual Northwestern Ontario Water & Wastewater Conference (NWOWWC) kicked off today at the Victoria Inn in Thunder Bay. The conference welcomed water and wastewater professionals from across Northwestern Ontario.
The conference provides technical education and training for hundreds of water quality professionals who treat water and return it safely to the environment. During the day and a half of sessions, delegates have the opportunity to interact with...

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Posted On Friday, October 11, 2019

 $40,000 Digital Main Street Grant will help main street businesses improve online presence.
The Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission (CEDC) today announced a $40,000 grant they received from Digital Main Street (DMS) is being used to fund a Digital Service Squad to help main street small businesses improve their online capabilities. The CEDC in partnership with the Waterfront District BIA will manage the program on behalf of the two participating...

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