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Posted On Thursday, September 17, 2020

The Canada Games Complex plans to reopen its doors to the public on Wednesday, Sept. 23, pending a successful public health inspection. To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, key changes to the facility will include:
Pre-screening prior to entering facility – Online form available at www.thunderbay.ca/rfst (paper copies available at entrance of facility)
Pre-booking use of pool, squash and fitness classes – Call 684-3311 as of Sept. 21
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Posted On Thursday, September 17, 2020

Baggage Building Arts Centre The City of Thunder Bay has released a Request for Expressions of Interest (EOI) for opportunities related to the Baggage Building Arts Centre at Prince Arthur’s Landing. 
The City-owned building has been closed since March due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. During the closure, the long-term external operator has withdrawn the licence to operate the building. Responses to this EOI will help the City gauge interest in various options to operate the centre in 2021 and...

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Posted On Wednesday, September 16, 2020

A first report will be presented to City Council on Sept. 21 that provides a recommendation for the future of Victoriaville Centre.  First reports are presented on subjects that involve substantive policy matters, significant budget issues or major implications for the community. 
The report looks at what options are possible for a revitalized Victoriaville that are economically and programmatically sound, and enjoy broad community support. Four options for the Centre...

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Posted On Tuesday, September 15, 2020

City Council received an update last night on summer programming, as well as an overview of what the public can expect to reopen over the next few weeks.
In developing reopening plans, Administration is guided by the principles of: ‘Safety First’ (for
public and employees, as informed by public health professionals); ‘Value for Money’ (reopening programs and services that deliver the highest value at best cost or adjust services to support cost...

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Posted On Monday, September 14, 2020

Thunder Bay’s Centennial Conservatory will reopen on Tuesday, Sept. 15.
Visitors must follow posted safety protocols, including wearing masks and maintaining physical distancing of two metres between individuals not from the same household. Separate entrance and exit doors will be used, and a sanitizer station will be available at the entrance. Staff will be on-site to monitor user activity, but will not be posted at the door. “We are happy to be reopening the...

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