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Posted On Friday, September 21, 2018

Youth Water Gathering Event PosterMembers of the Working Group for Seven Youth Inquest Recommendation 115 (Watercourse and River Safety Audits) will welcome over 200 Indigenous youth to take part in cultural teachings related to water, a sunrise ceremony, a sacred fire, a round dance, the Matawa Drum, a barbecue and more.
Youth will be attending from Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School, Matawa Learning Centre, Lakehead Public Schools and Thunder Bay Catholic School Board, as well as staff, elders and other...

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Posted On Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Sept. 18, 2018 – The City fully understands Fort William First Nation’s (FWFN) frustration and thus their continued efforts to have CN reopen the James Street Bridge.  Over the past four years the City has sought to have CN Railway honour its commitments under the 1906 agreement to repair and reopen their bridge.  CN Railway has submitted a request for leave to appeal the Ontario Court of Appeal’s decision that ordered that they reopen their bridge...
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Posted On Wednesday, September 12, 2018

September 12, 2018 – The City of Thunder Bay is finalizing the development of the new Designated Truck Route.
The Designated Truck Route will be put in place to manage heavy truck traffic in the city and would lead to a new by-law implementing the plan.
A report to Council on the Designated Truck Route was withdrawn in June after stakeholders expressed concerns with the implementation of the route.
Development of the new report requires comprehensive input from...

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Posted On Monday, September 10, 2018

September 10, 2018 – The Pearl Street access into Marina Park will close starting Wednesday, Sept. 12, and is expected to re-open on Monday, Sept. 17.
CP Rail will close the street to allow for rehabilitation work on two of the three railroad crossings. New concrete panels and resurfacing of the road is part of the work.
Traffic will be detoured to the Marina Park Overpass for the duration of the work.
Motorists are asked to use extra caution and obey all posted...

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Posted On Thursday, September 06, 2018

Significant historical, architectural and cultural sites in Thunder Bay will open their doors to the public on  Saturday, Sept. 8, during Doors Open Thunder Bay. Coordinated by the City of Thunder Bay’s Heritage Advisory Committee, the event gives participants an opportunity to explore Thunder Bay’s rich cultural heritage through architecture.
“Doors Open Thunder Bay is a unique event that gives residents and visitors alike the opportunity to step through...

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