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March 2012 Archives

Grand Chief Stan Beardy

The Grand Chief of Nishnawbe Aski Nation reacts to the federal budget

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Victory Lap

Some high school students stay behind for an extra year, to boost marks or delay making a career decision. IT's jokingly called "the Victory Lap"

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60's Scoop

Never getting a chance to say good bye. We'll hear from one of more than 5 thousand First Nations people who were taken from their homes as children during the so-called Sixties Scoop.

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Literacy Northwest

What's it like to pursue your high school education, in your late 50s?
One man in Thunder Bay will tell his story.

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Affordable Housing

Six people jammed into a basement bachelor apartment. That's the reality for a Thunder Bay family... and an indicator of just how dire the affordable housing shortage is in this city.
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NDP Convention

Maurice Grinstead, Thunder Bay Superior North NDP Riding Association participated in the weekend conference

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Ontario's Green Energy Program

Powering down on green energy... We'll talk to an expert about changes to the province's green energy program, and what it means for solar and wind projects.

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Human Rights Complaint

We'll find out why a Terrace Bay man has filed a human rights complaint against his employer in the oil patch
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A Mayor's Apology

About 200 people came out to a discussion on Aboriginal and non-Aborignal race relations in Thunder Bay last night. We'll hear what they talked about...

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Adam Krupper

Thunder Bay's Active Living Co-ordinator talks about Bike Lanes in the city.

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Tania Cameron

A personal and powerful connection. We'll hear why one woman is pushing to have the former Fort William Indian Sanitorium recognized as a residental school.

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Melissa Felteau

A Thunder Bay researcher presents her work at an International Conference next week. We'll hear how she's gone from suffering a brain injury... to developing treatments to help others.

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Social Media - Community Watch?

Is the world of social media the new community watch? We'll talk to an expert on social media and law enforcement.
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Center of Change

There's new life at an old high school in Thunder Bay. Hillcrest high school is now a "Center of Change. "

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Event Center

Thunder Bay City Council gets an update on the proposed Event Center.

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Patricia Foulds

A housing planner from the city of Toronto has advice for Thunder Bay City Administration in dealing with illegal rooming houses.

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Sunshine List

There are more people than ever on the City of Thunder Bay's "sunshine list"... making over $100,000 per year.

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Bishop Mark MacDonald

We have a religious perspective on the mining dispute in Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug. We'll hear from an Anglican Bishop about the desecration of graves and the idea of sacred lands.
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First Nations and Mining Disputes

Lots of land... but little common ground. The author of a new book on Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug will share her views on what needs to happen to resolve mining disputes in Northern Ontario.
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Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug and Mining

A Northwestern Ontario First Nation takes its concerns about mining to the streets of Toronto. It's a situation the province hoped to avoid.
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Francophone Students and Hip Hop

We meet some talented Thunder Bay students who hip-hopped their way to a winning performance at a French music festival.
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Prospectors Convention

The mining industry's biggest annual blast has opened in Toronto. We'll check in with the president of Canada's prospecting association.
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Compassionate? One Family's Battle with TBayTel

One Thunder Bay family says Thunder Bay Telephone's compassionate policy is not very compassionate. You decide.

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Reality Check - Oxycontin

CBC Reporter Nicole Ireland explains what changes today with prescribing the drug Oxtcontin

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