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Posted On Monday, November 23, 2020

The City is currently assessing a water main break on Victoria Avenue West that is resulting in disruptions to traffic. 
To facilitate repairs, Victoria Avenue West will be closed in both directions between Edward Street and Leland Avenue North tomorrow, Nov. 24, from approximately 9 am to 4 pm. 
Motorists are asked to plan alternate routes during the repair and to use extra caution if travelling near the construction area. 
Residents in the area may...

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Posted On Monday, November 23, 2020

City Hall Photo - Sized for Website News FeatureWith Thunder Bay now in risk level Yellow: Protect (strengthened measures) of the Province’s COVID-19 Response Framework, City Council will meet virtually this evening with the exception of essential staff from the City Clerk’s Office, Krista Power, City Clerk, announced today.
Although this is not required as gathering limits allow Council to meet in Chambers, due to the move to yellow and increasing numbers of COVID-19 in the community, City Council wishes to...

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Posted On Friday, November 20, 2020

Stephanie DrostFirefighter Stephanie Drost has been newly named to the Canadian Bobsleigh Team on track to the Beijing 2022 Olympics. She is one of the Brakemen for team Canada which has five pilots and eight brakemen in the system.
“About a year ago she had sent an email curious about bobsledding and the possibility of tryouts or how one would explore the sport, experience, and if there was any process established,” said Dave Paxton, Deputy Fire Chief.
“She was invited...

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Posted On Friday, November 20, 2020

City Hall Photo - Sized for Website News FeatureThe Province announced today that on Monday the Thunder Bay District Health Unit (TBDHU) zone will now move to Yellow of the province’s pandemic protocols. Until now, the district has been in the lowest level (Green).
“We have clearly entered the second wave of this pandemic, and we must do absolutely everything we can to protect and support the lives of the most vulnerable citizens in our community including our seniors, people with compromised immune systems...

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Posted On Thursday, November 19, 2020

The City’s Municipal Emergency Control Group (MECG) met today with community partners as part of its ongoing management of the COVID-19 situation, and discussed efforts in managing the recent increase in cases and navigating through these times.
"We have clearly entered the second wave of this pandemic, and we must do absolutely everything we can to protect and support the lives of the most vulnerable citizens in our community including our seniors, people with compromised...

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