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Posted On Friday, November 26, 2021

The first in a series of twelve vinyl-wrapped traffic signal boxes have recently been installed in the city. Designed by local artists, residents will notice the added colour at intersections starting with artist Ryan Newman’s work, entitled Makwa (Bear) and Floral, on display at the intersections of Oliver Road and Sanders Drive and Arthur Street and James Street.
The work of five additional artists—Jordan Danielsson, Natalie Hotson, Rebecca Knight, Vicki Nerion...

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Posted On Friday, November 26, 2021

The skate pad at Prince Arthur's Landing will officially open on Sunday, Nov. 28, operating daily from 12 pm to 9 pm. Residents and visitors of all ages and abilities are welcome to enjoy skating at the waterfront throughout the winter months. 
Due to staffing shortages, the Water Garden Pavillion will remain closed at this time. 
"Our intent is to staff the building during peak hours as quickly as possible," said Louisa Costanzo, Cultural Development & Events...

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Posted On Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Road Closed Sign2Red River Road is currently closed to traffic between Rockwood Avenue (North and South) and Hodge Street, due to a required water main service repair. There will be no through traffic travelling in either direction until further notice. 
Motorists are asked to use Rockwood Avenue North, Rockwood Avenue South and Hodge Street for detouring.
Those travelling near the construction area are asked to drive with caution and obey all posted signage in the area of the road...

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Posted On Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Share Your ViewsThe City invites residents to share their views in an online survey regarding the Reimagining the North Core Streetscapes Study. The Study will help guide the redesign of the streets in the downtown North Core. 
Summer 2021 saw the implementation of pilot projects including widened boulevards along Red River Road and increased angled parking on Cumberland Street. Additionally, on Van Norman Street and Park Avenue, a one-way street configuration and increased angled parking...

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Posted On Monday, November 15, 2021

ParkingTo support local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic the City of Thunder Bay Parking Authority has offered 15 minutes free parking for curbside pick-up and delivery during the past several months. With many restrictions now lifted across the province, this free parking will end on Sunday, Nov. 21.
“Now that patrons can access stores in the traditional way, we will be ending the temporary measures put in place during heightened COVID-19 restrictions,” said Jonathan...

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