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June 2011 Archives

The Retiring Shane Judge

Famed Thunder Bay CBC Reporter Shane Judge turns off his microphone
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#wheresAndrew

National Geographic's Digital Nomad, Andrew Evans arrives in Thunder Bay.
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Minnesota Travel Update

If state legislators can't agree, money will stop flowing in Minnesota this weekend. And that's not good news for travellers
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Mushkiki Lay-off Reaction

The fall-out. Yesterday we told you about the elimination of mental health services for about 600 people in Thunder Bay. This morning we'll have reaction
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Mushkiki Mental Health Cuts

Unfair, unethical and unsafe. That's what some former employees are calling a move to cut mental health services at Anishnawbe Mushkiki.
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Strength and Struggle - A New Textbook

Strength and Struggle. We'll hear about a new book that brings the perspectives of Aboriginal artists and leaders into the classroom.
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Boys will be Boys?

"Boys being Boys" , or just bad behaviour? A Lakehead University professor weighs in on the role masculinity played in the Vancouver riot.
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Bike Polo

A new take on an old sport... polo by bicycle
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Chief Pierre Pelletier

Honouring 9,000 years of history. First Nations from along Superior's north shore are performing ceremonies at an archaeological site near Thunder Bay.
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First Nations Education Funding

First Nations advocates continue their struggle for equal education funding. Now they're taking their complaint to the United Nations.
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John Mason

Making mining work for Northwestern Ontario. We'll find out what a new Mining Services Project Manager John Mason plans to do for Thunder Bay and the region.
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Northern Summit

Would a separate economic planning zone for our region mean power to the people.. .or just same old same old? A Northern Summit kicks off today in Thunder Bay. And a local economics expert will weigh in on the potential.
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"Yes" A Success Story

We meet Jennifer Biron, who credits "YES" employment agency with changing her life
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Common Ground Cafe - Pride Week

It's the first "Thunder Pride" in the city. And we convened a special get together of people to talk about safety in the gay community.
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Salvation Choir

A partnership involving St. Ignatius High School students and the Salvation Army is making beautiful music
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Josh Lynn becomes a Canadian citizen

Our reporter Josh Lynn takes his oath of citizenship. He tells us about the experience
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Boy Scouts and Trees

A stand of trees planted by Boy Scouts in the 1950's point the way to forestry's future in Northwestern Ontario. (runs 4:36)
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Scary Deer Encounter

Courtney van Aertselaer had a scary few moments, thanks to a deer in her back yard. She tells her story
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Gord Goes Birdwatching

This week's Outdoor column is strictly for the birds. Not that that's a bad thing. Gord Ellis fills us in about the 3rd annual Dorion Canyon Country Bird Festival
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Goldie Goldthorpe

Believe it or not, Thunder Bay's legendary hockey player thinks today's game is too rough.
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