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Wax Philosophic on 15 years of making music

The annual "Waxmus" concert is a holiday tradition in Thunder Bay. The hip-hop group is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year. That's despite the fact that the 3 members of the group are seldom in the same city, at the same time.
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Christmas Bird Count

The annual Christmas bird count has been a tradition in Thunder Bay since the late 1930s. It's happening again this year on Boxing Day. Dr. Nick Escott has been coordinating the count since 1986.
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Bear Attack

A man who helped rescue another man from a bear attack in Sioux Lookout tells his story to CBC News.
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Whale Cove Hockey

Not your average hockey road trip.
A teacher in Whale Cove, Nunavut, wants to bring his team all the way to Geraldton this March.

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Embedded - Bannock Making

Heidi Zettel and Monique Wylie tried their hand at baking perfect bannock, with the help of Nicole McKay.

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The Man Behind the Ring of Fire

In some ways you could say he's one of the most powerful men in the Northwest. Bill Boor is the vice president at Cliffs Natural Resources, in charge of their Ring of Fire project. Cliffs is the biggest player in the mineral development area. But the project, which was originally expected to begin this year, has now been pushed back to 2016. The CBC's Jody Porter had an exclusive interview with Bill Boor.
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Clinics and Medical Records

From a sense of shock to a sense of satisfaction. How one Thunder Bay woman has been able to resolve the issue over the costs of getting her medical file. Then we'll hear about the challenges some medical clinics in the city face when it comes to the medical history of their patients.
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Office of the Privacy Commissioner on Medical Records

The office of the Information and Privacy Commisioner of Ontario, has been looking into the issue of fees and protection for our personal medical files.
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High Cost Health Records

Trying to get your medical records? One Thunder Bay woman says it could come at a high price. We'll hear her story, and response from the private company that stores the records.
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Bob Rae in Thunder Bay

Interim Liberal leader Bob Rae is touring Thunder Bay and the region. We'll hear about his agenda, and about why he wants to be an advocate for aboriginal rights in the Ring of Fire.
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Poet Al Hunter

Cathy Alex chats with poet Al Hunter about his new book of poetry. It's called Beautiful Razor: Love Poems and Other Lies.
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Prison report

A new report shows Aboriginal people are vastly overreprented in Canada's prisons. The head of the John Howard society of Thunder Bay shares the message she hopes people will take away.
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LU student sit-in

We find out what life is like for students who've been staging a sit-in outside the Lakehead University Administration offices. They're protesting a curriculum change at the new law school.
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LU student sit-in

We find out what life is like for students who've been staging a sit-in outside the Lakehead University Administration offices. They're protesting a curriculum change at the new law school.
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Cataract Surgeries

Across the province, hospitals are doing fewer cataract surgeries. Here in Thunder Bay, the hospital is taking a one month break from performing the procedures. The group representing eye surgeons in Ontario says the trend is worrisome.
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Restorative Justice

It's an alternative to the court system that emphasizes healing over punishment; and Nishanawbe Aski Legal Services says restorative justice works. But NAN says the program is also severely under-funded.
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Sunken House Sale

Among the thousands of houses flooded in Thunder Bay on May 28, some were about to go on the market.
Heather McLeod brings us the stories of two families whose plans to sell, got washed away.


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An Opossum in Northwestern Ontario

North America's own version of the kangeroo has taken up roots in northwestern Ontario. We'll hear about one marsupial, those animals with a pouch, that's now living in the Lake Helen area.
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Hoarding

A city official says the number of cases of hoarding in Thunder Bay has increased in recent years.
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Baby boom in Sioux Lookout

Meno Ya Win Health Centre in Sioux Lookout is on track to have a record year of deliveries. About 500 babies are expected to be born there this year... about twice as many as last year.
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