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A Thunder Bay man battling cancer helps kick off a fundraising campaign called Exceptional Cancer Care. Shawn Christie joins us to share his personal story, and what this campaign means to patients like him.

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Voyage North - One year laterOct 4, 2012 | 15:22Voyage North One year later Audio
Voyage North One year later Oct 4, 2012 | 15:22One year ago today Laura Darby and her Ministry of Natural Resources colleague Dan Morrison were surveying wildlife in the bush, about 90-minutes north of Thunder Bay. The two had just split up so they could walk their separate quadrants and record what they saw. As Darby explains to Voyage North's Cathy Alex, she had no warning she was about to be attacked, and seriously injured by a large male black bear.
Voyage North - Thunder Bay man credits pet for saving lifeAug 6, 2013 | 12:10Voyage North Thunder Bay man credits pet for saving life Audio
Voyage North Thunder Bay man credits pet for saving life Aug 6, 2013 | 12:10While resting near a lake, 42 year-old Trevor Miller was first attacked, then pursued by a bear. The ordeal ended with the loss of one of the dogs. Miller shared his story with CBC News this afternoon.
Voyage North - From Thunder Bay cop to G-manMay 16, 2013 | 7:31Voyage North From Thunder Bay cop to G-man Audio
Voyage North From Thunder Bay cop to G-man May 16, 2013 | 7:31We meet Sgt Neil Herman. He's just back from an intensive 10-week training program with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Voyage North - Flappers, Fashion and Femininity in the 1920'sApr 17, 2014 | 8:17Voyage North Flappers, Fashion and Femininity in the 1920's Audio
Voyage North Flappers, Fashion and Femininity in the 1920's Apr 17, 2014 | 8:17The "Modern Girl" was a fixture of 1920s Canadian consumer culture. She had a short skirt and bobbed hair. She also had a penchant for smoking, drinking, dancing, and jazz. You could find her image in art, film, fashion, and advertising. But she was a
Voyage North - Duane Cook recounts fatal jumpMay 30, 2014 | 2:44Voyage North Duane Cook recounts fatal jump Audio
Voyage North Duane Cook recounts fatal jump May 30, 2014 | 2:44Duane Cook recounts fatal jump
Voyage North - Gull Bay chief wants financial accountabilityJan 14, 2013 | 4:57Voyage North Gull Bay chief wants financial accountability Audio
Voyage North Gull Bay chief wants financial accountability Jan 14, 2013 | 4:57Over the weekend, Gull Bay First Nation elected Wilfred King as chief, returning him to the position he held for eight years up to 2010. King says when he left, the community was in decent financial shape. But today, just before he and his newly-elected council held their first meeting, they went to the bank. They found there's not much there to work with and King says the previous chief and council have just laid off community staff. The CBC's Nicole Ireland spoke to him about these issues after he called a news conference this afternoon. CBC tried to reach the previous chief Miles Nowegejick today, but was unable to.
Voyage North - Dean YoungJan 10, 2014 | 6:10Voyage North Dean Young Audio
Voyage North Dean Young Jan 10, 2014 | 6:10The Thunder B'eh Homecoming Tour gets rolling at 9 o'clock tonight at the Sovereign Room. The headliners are three comedians, all originally from Thunder Bay. Dean Young is one of the performers, he's based in Toronto, where he not only does stand-up,
Voyage North - Out of control partySep 4, 2012 | 7:38Voyage North Out of control party Audio
Voyage North Out of control party Sep 4, 2012 | 7:38Late Friday night Thunder Bay Police responded to a call about a large number of vehicles parked on the outskirts of the city. When they arrived, they discovered a huge party already well underway. In the end, it took more than two dozen police officers several hours to get things under control. Constable Julie Tilbury is with the Thunder Bay Police Service. She tells Voayge North host Cathy Alex what happened.
Voyage North - Party's overSep 5, 2012 | 13:31Voyage North Party's over Audio
Voyage North Party's over Sep 5, 2012 | 13:31How can you safely shut down a large, out of control party? It's a question police in Thunder Bay had to grapple with this past weekend. But it's an issue for police forces all across the province. We find out how officers are learning to deal with this growing problem.
Voyage North - The Physics of Video GamesOct 5, 2012 | 4:50Voyage North The Physics of Video Games Audio
Voyage North The Physics of Video Games Oct 5, 2012 | 4:50For his teachers college placement, Daniel Laughton taught physics at Churchill High School in Thunder Bay. While he was there, he discovered many of his students seemed more interested in their Xboxes and Playstations than Issac Newton. So to keep his class engaged, he started coming up with examples based on video games. It ended up leading to a much larger project. Laughton created an e-book, exploring the physics of video games.
Voyage North - Party's overSep 5, 2012 | 9:56Voyage North Party's over Audio
Voyage North Party's over Sep 5, 2012 | 9:56How can you safely shut down a large, out of control party? It's a question police in Thunder Bay had to grapple with this past weekend. But it's an issue for police forces all across the province. We find out how officers are learning to deal with this growing problem.
Voyage North - Preventing crime through designSep 6, 2012 | 8:48Voyage North Preventing crime through design Audio
Voyage North Preventing crime through design Sep 6, 2012 | 8:48Barry Horrobin has a habit of looking at the forest AND the trees. He's the director of planning and physical resources for the Windsor Police Service. That means he spends his days figuring out what factors in the urban environment either contribute to criminal activity, or conversely, might make a neighbourhood safer. Horrobin is in Thunder Bay today to teach officers here about Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design.
Voyage North - Walking Together: Sharing Our JourneySep 7, 2012 | 10:33Voyage North Walking Together: Sharing Our Journey Audio
Voyage North Walking Together: Sharing Our Journey Sep 7, 2012 | 10:33CBC Radio host Shelagh Rogers is in Thunder Bay today. She's been participating in Walking Together: Sharing Our Journey, the 4-day conference in the city examining the residential school experiences. She tells us what brought her to the event, and what it means to her to be a part of it.
Voyage North - Dying for an EducationSep 10, 2012 | 5:52Voyage North Dying for an Education Audio
Voyage North Dying for an Education Sep 10, 2012 | 5:52In a special report this week, CBC Thunder Bay is asking what has changed since the days of residential school? The series is called: Dying for an Education and today, we have an artist's answer to that question. Roy Kakegamic lives in Sandy Lake. About 20 years ago he was a student at Trent University in Peterborough. That's when he first heard the story of Charlie Wenjack, a little boy from this area who died while running away from residential school in Kenora It's a story the CBC's Jody Porter is re-visiting today. She joins Voyage North host Cathy Alex with more about Charlie, from an artist's perspective.
Voyage North - Dying for an EducationSep 10, 2012 | 5:52Voyage North Dying for an Education Audio
Voyage North Dying for an Education Sep 10, 2012 | 5:52In a special report this week, CBC Thunder Bay is asking what has changed since the days of residential school? The series is called: Dying for an Education and today, we have an artist's answer to that question. Roy Kakegamic lives in Sandy Lake. About 20 years ago he was a student at Trent University in Peterborough. That's when he first heard the story of Charlie Wenjack, a little boy from this area who died while running away from residential school in Kenora It's a story the CBC's Jody Porter is re-visiting today. She joins Voyage North host Cathy Alex with more about Charlie, from an artist's perspective.

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