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November 2011 Archives

Concerned Citizens of Thunder Bay

A Facebook Group gets together for their first face to face meeting.

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Shy Anne Hovorka

Singer Songwriter Shy Anne Hovorka fulfills a lifelong dream of travelling to Nashville

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New Crime Bill and Thunder Bay Concerns

Will the federal government's omnibus crime bill make the streets and communities safer?
We'll hear how some people opposing the bill feel it will have the opposite affect in Thunder Bay and region. Nicole Ireland reports

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Peregrine Falcons

Do they still need our protection?

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The Deer Whisperer

A proposed ban on feeding deer in Thunder Bay has one local man worried about the deer near his home

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Minister of Finance

Dwight Duncan, minister of Finance in Ontario, talks about issues in Northwestern Ontario

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The Big Fix - Parks

This morning we look at other infrastructure in Thunder Bay that needs to be maintained and repaired, including parks

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The Big Fix - Roads

Jeff Walters takes a closer look at the state of some roads in Thunder Bay

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The Big Fix - Thunder Bay

How does Thunder Bay maintain and replace two billion dollars in infrastructure?

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Access to Education

What would make accessing post-secondary education easier for Aboriginal students?
We'll ask some students what they think.

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Black Widow Spider

A family in Kenora finds an unwelcome visitor in a bag of grapes

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Season of Charity

A few dollars here, a few dollars there. Lots of charities are vying for your money, especially this time of year.

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Cliff's Natural Resources

The mining company held an open house in Thunder Bay.

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Ben Bradshaw

Can mining mend the housing shortage, or the income gap in First Nations? We'll find out what new research shows about deals between mining companies and Aboriginal communities.

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Remembrance Day

On this Remembrance day, we'll hear from one of Thunder Bay's younger veterans.
A 25 year old who served in Afghanistan. We'll meet Sgt Chris Drewes

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The Italians of Thunder Bay

The author of "The Italians of Thunder Bay" on the turmoil in his homeland.

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Tourism Upswing

Thunder Bay enjoyed a banner year in the tourism industry... Lisa Beckwick explains why

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CrimeBeat

An Internet radio show with a Thunder Bay connection.

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John Ianni

We'll hear about a pilot program that allows High School kids to make money, while earning credits.

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Moonias Memorial

Saying Good -Bye. Students and Staff at a Thunder Bay School say good bye to a recent graduated who was killed last weekend
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I Owe Michael Antcliffe Ten Dollars

A facebook Family.. that's what Michael Antcliffe has created. And he's asking his family to help raise money, after he is dead.

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High School Confidential

Superior Morning presents an inside look at student lives at Dennis Franklin Cromarty, the high school in Thunder Bay for First Nations students from outside communities.

claudia-linklater-200.jpgClaudia Linklater

High School Confidential #29
The students at Dennis Franklin Cromarty First Nations high school are graduating. We have the final instalment of our weekly series exploring the lives of students there.
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High School Confidential #28
It feels like June at Dennis Franklin Cromarty First Nations high school, even though it's only May. We'll tell you why.
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High School Confidential #27
A very special invitation for YOU to attend the graduation at Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School in Thunder Bay.
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High School Confidential #26
It's a first for Dennis Franklin Cromarty high school... a prom! We'll hear how students are preparing.
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High School Confidential #25
It makes him homesick to talk about it, but you can also hear the pride in a teenager's voice as he talks about his home community.
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High School Confidential #24

We hear how art helps a student express her feelings about the loss of her mother.
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High School Confidential #23
Square dancing has been such a success at the First Nations high school in Thunder Bay, the group is expanding.
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High School Confidential #22
High school in their 20s...we'll hear from students at Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School in Thunder Bay about why they pursue their diplomas beyond their teen years.
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High School Confidential #21

We'll find out what receiving a spiritual name means to one teen as our High School Confidential series continues.
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High School Confidential #20
Making music to ease the pain. Our high school confidential series introduces you to a student with 'note'-worthy approach to the challenges in his life.
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High School Confidential #19
The latest episode in our series finds out which class one of our student reporters thinks will be the most useful later in life.
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High School Confidential #18
We'll take you on a field trip like no other, as students from Dennis Franklin Cromarty high school in Thunder Bay make the two-day trek up the winter road.
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kevin-anderson-200.jpgKevin Anderson

High School Confidential #17
A healing dance. We'll hear how learning Pow Wow traditions are helping students at Thunder Bay's First Nations high school.
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High School Confidential #16
Our High School Confidential series introduces you to some of the students' favourite adults at Thunder Bay's First Nations high school.
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High School Confidential #15
Some First Nations students are thinking about the families they had to leave behind when they came to the city for high school.
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High School Confidential #14
We'll meet the First Nations student who vows to be chief in her community one day. And find out what keeps her focussed on her path.
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High School Confidential #13
Our High School Confidential series lets you in on a well kept secret: square dancing is fun, yes even for high school students.
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High School Confidential #12
The lost and found at Thunder Bay's First Nation's high school... We head back to Dennis Franklin Cromarty to find out what pushed one student away, and what's bringing another one back.
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High School Confidential #11
She raised her younger brothers back home in Sandy Lake, now she's trying to stay focussed on assignments at Dennis Franklin Cromarty School. The personal story of a soon-to-be graduate as our high school confidential series continues
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High School Confidential #10
We'll reconnect with the students from Dennis Franklin Cromarty school as they head into their second semester.
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High School Confidential #9 - Christmas
Students at DFC celebrate Christmas with a feast.
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High School Confidential #8
Putting the pep in pep rally. Our high school confidential series gives you an earful of enthusiasm students at Dennis Franklin Cromarty have for school sports.
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High School Confidential #7
Our high school confidential series introduces you to Dennis Franklin Cromarty student Kevin Rae, who wants to be a police officer when he finishes school.
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darren-gray-200.jpgDarren Gray

High School Confidential #6

We meet another student at Dennis Franklin Cromarty. Darren Grey is from Cat Lake First Nation.
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High School Confidential #5
Our high school confidential series takes us to a students council meeting at Dennis Franklin Cromarty school.
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High School Confidential #4
One of our student reporters at Dennis Franklin Cromarty school is heading home. We'll tell you why.
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High School Confidential #3
Our special series about the lives of First Nations students in Thunder Bay pauses to remember an educational role model.
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High School Confidential #2
Nice place you've got here, but the people could use some work. That's the verdict from some of the teenagers interviewed by our student interviewer at Thunder Bay's First Nation high school.

CBC is partnering with Dennis Franklin Cromarty School on a special series called High School Confidential.

As part of that series, grade 12 student Ricky Bushie asked his school mates some questions...
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High School Confidential #1
Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School students give us a peek into their lives.
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