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Posted On Friday, January 24, 2020

Fire HydrantWith the recent accumulation of snow, Thunder Bay Fire and Rescue would like to ask residents for their assistance in expediting the process of keeping fire hydrants clear of snow.
Please do not cover or block fire hydrants when removing snow from your driveway and where possible clear access.
“Clearing snow around fire hydrants keeps them visible and accessible and will save valuable time in the case of an emergency,” said Deputy Fire Chief Dave Paxton.
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Posted On Thursday, January 23, 2020

Tourism & Local Restaurateurs Launch Northern DelightsTourism Thunder Bay is pleased to announce the Northern Delights Festival will be returning to Thunder Bay for its fifth celebration. Held bi-annually, Northern Delights is Thunder Bay’s fall and winter culinary festival which was first established in 2015 by local Restauranteurs. The Festival, now led by Tourism Thunder Bay, offers the perfect opportunity for patrons to discover delicious cuisine and celebrate the local restaurant and food scene.
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Posted On Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Thunder Bay’s key priorities were addressed during the 2020 Rural Ontario Municipal Association (ROMA) Conference in Toronto this week.           
A delegation led by Councillor Brian McKinnon, Chair – Intergovernmental Affairs Committee, along with Mayor Bill Mauro, and City Manager Norm Gale brought forward community issues to lobby for action and/or funding, and promote Thunder Bay’s important issues...

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Posted On Wednesday, January 22, 2020

David Campbell Speaks at Town HallA public information session was hosted by the Northwestern Ontario Local Immigration Partnership and Thunder Bay Multicultural Association in partnership with the Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission (CEDC) on Tuesday, Jan. 21, at the Italian Cultural Center. The event featured keynote speaker David Campbell, President of Jupia Consultants Inc. and former Chief Economist with the Government of New Brunswick. Attendees were encouraged to start the conversation...
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Posted On Monday, January 20, 2020

Road Work SignThe City is responding to a water main break at 514 Edward Street North, which is resulting in disruptions to traffic.
The Edward Street northbound lanes are closed at the Redwood Avenue intersection. Traffic will have to reroute around the area by using Redwood Avenue, Westminster Street, Ford Street and Woodlawn Avenue.
In addition, the sidewalk on the east side of Edward Street, between Redwood Avenue and Woodlawn Avenue is closed.
The road will be open to southbound...

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