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Posted On Saturday, April 17, 2021

The Government of Ontario has extended the Stay-at-Home Order and the State of the Emergency to May 5, and announced further province-wide restrictions effective 12:01 am today, Saturday, April 17. The order under the Reopening Ontario Act, which would include the rules for shutdown zones, has been extended to May 20.
The stay-at-home order is an order under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act, and requires everyone to remain at home except for essential reasons,...


Posted On Friday, April 16, 2021

IRI Web Area - news imageThe City is pleased to launch a renewed area of the City of Thunder Bay website focused on Indigenous relations and inclusion to better serve residents and visitors. The web area embodies the City’s vision: Maamawe, All Together, while furthering the goals of the new Indigenous Relations & Inclusion (IRI) Strategy, which was recently approved by City Council on Nov. 23, 2020.
“The revamped webpage offers an updated and easier to navigate site for accessing...


Posted On Wednesday, April 14, 2021

constructionAs a result of a scheduled hydrant repair, Water Street North between Bay Street and Cumberland Street will be reduced from four lanes to two lanes (one northbound and one southbound), beginning on Thursday, April 15, at 8 am. Slower traffic can be expected during the repair.
Motorists are asked to drive with caution in the repair area.
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Contact: Adam Tempelman, Acting Superintendent – WD/WWC Operations & Maintenance, 684-3182


Posted On Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Sidewalk Patio - cropped Many Thunder Bay’s businesses continue to be impacted by the pandemic and it is anticipated that local retailers and restaurants may not be able to operate at full capacity again this spring. To offer assistance, a Report requesting that the 2020 special Patio Program be extended to include the 2021 patio season was presented and approved by City Council last night.
“In 2020, the City processed and approved 38 temporary patios within private parking lots...


Posted On Thursday, March 25, 2021

Curbside waste collection dates, city wide, will change next week due to Good Friday.
Garbage and recycling collection will move one day earlier next week, starting on March 29, for all residents. There will be no collection on Good Friday.
The following are the Easter holiday waste collection changes:
Area 1
Zone 1
Monday, March 29
Area 1
Zone 2
Garbage & Recycling
Monday, March 29
Area 2


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