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Posted On Thursday, January 21, 2021

In cooperation with the Thunder Bay District Health Unit, the City is releasing new rules and restrictions for outdoor skating at City rinks and ponds that go into effect today.
The additional rules include:
No nets allowed (nets will be removed from all rinks).
No games allowed including “shinny/scrub”.
Sticks and pucks are allowed for individual or family use only.
Capacity limits will now be posted at rinks, with a limit of 25 individuals...

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Posted On Thursday, January 21, 2021

The City of Thunder Bay has released a Request for Expressions of Interest (EOI) for opportunities related to Prince Arthur’s Landing.
The objective of this Expression of Interest is to seek submissions from proponents that may be interested in potential opportunities to provide products, services and or amenities at Prince Arthur’s Landing, Marina Park.
Prince Arthur’s Landing is a vibrant, year-round attraction with many existing activities and amenities...

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Posted On Friday, January 15, 2021

Under the Thunder Bay Municipal Emergency Response to COVID-19, a new Cold Weather Response Plan puts a particular focus on preventing direct impacts of cold exposure on people experiencing homelessness.
An agreement has recently been finalized with People Advocating for Change Through Empowerment (PACE) located at 510-512 Victoria Ave E. to hire staff to operate a Warming Centre seven days a week, from 8 am-8 pm, until at least the end of March 2021. On Dec. 21, 2020, City...

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Posted On Thursday, January 14, 2021

The Province of Ontario is now in a second provincial emergency and a stay-at-home order is in effect until at least Thursday, Feb. 11. The Province’s order requires everyone to remain at home with exceptions for essential purposes such as going to the grocery store, pharmacy, accessing health-care services, for exercise, or for essential work.
“The second declaration of a state of emergency and the stay at home order issued by the provincial government is in response...

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Posted On Thursday, January 14, 2021

The public is reminded to stay off all natural ice surfaces as they may be unsafe, including the ice at Boulevard Lake.
“Members of the public may be curious about the dam construction at Boulevard Lake,” said Mike Vogrig, City of Thunder Bay Project Engineer. “However, ice on Boulevard Lake is not safe for pedestrians. Ice on the whole lake is affected by the construction and by fluctuating water levels. Please view the construction from the safety of the...

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