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Posted On Friday, October 23, 2020

City HallCitizens are invited to make suggestions for a time capsule to be opened on Thunder Bay’s centennial in 2070. Items to be included should be unique to life in Thunder Bay in 2020, or alternatively something (a picture or story) that expresses your hope for what Thunder Bay will be like in 2070.
“We all know that the COVID-19 pandemic dominated life in 2020, and we want to hear your stories of how that affected you. But we also want to hear about other things –...

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Posted On Thursday, October 22, 2020

Neskantaga First Nation has self-evacuated approximately 233 people to Thunder Bay after an unknown sheen in the water reservoir forced the shutdown of the community’s water system.
The Provincial Emergency Operations Centre has requested that Thunder Bay serve as a host community for the First Nation’s vulnerable population, including children, elders and families that have already evacuated to Thunder Bay.
Neskantaga First Nation is a fly-in community located...

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Posted On Wednesday, October 21, 2020

The Thunder Bay and District Humane Society has offered to take in stray cats on a temporary basis to allow the City’s Animal Services Centre to focus on providing essential core services during the pandemic.
“Animal Shelters can quickly become overwhelmed during a pandemic unless services are limited,” said Doug Vincent, Manager, Licensing & Enforcement. “Bringing in large numbers of animals would stretch capacity and resources to the point where...

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Posted On Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Users of the City’s Multi-Use Trails are advised that a section of trail at the northwest corner of Harbour Expressway and Golf Links Road is currently closed to restore a culvert that has heaved. Trail users can avoid the closure by detouring to the trail east of the McIntyre River, from Central Avenue to Confederation College.  The City expects to re-open the trail by Friday, Oct. 30.
           
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Posted On Tuesday, October 20, 2020

The City of Thunder Bay’s curbside collection of organic leaf and yard waste will take place from Oct. 27 to Nov. 6 during residents’ regular recycling days. 
Homeowners must use paper bags for leaf and yard waste. Kraft paper bags are available at most hardware and grocery stores. Regular weight limits of 18 kg/40 lbs. per bag apply. 
Branches and brush can also be left at the curb for collection in bundles. Bundles must be less than one metre long...

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