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For ride services, a quieter New Year's Eve will cap off a year like no other

With Ontario under lockdown, ride companies don't expect the phones to be ringing off the hook the way they usually would when people ring in the New Year. 

Rise in COVID-19 cases 'very concerning' for Rainy River mayor

The mayor of a small northwestern Ontario community where COVID-19 case numbers have risen sharply over the past week says what's happening in her town shows just how quickly things can change when it comes to the virus. 
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Garden project yields Thanksgiving bounty for Matawa First Nations members

A garden project launched by Matawa First Nations Management is yielding a fall harvest that will be enjoyed by dozens of families in Thunder Bay, Ont. this Thanksgiving weekend. 
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Indigenous educator shares love of powwow dance through online tutorials

An Indigenous educator, who grew up in Thunder Bay, Ont., has been connecting with a growing number of people through her 'How to Powwow Dance' videos on YouTube. 

Officials cautiously optimistic some high school sports could resume this fall in Thunder Bay

Although high school sports are currently on hold in Thunder Bay, Ont., officials are cautiously optimistic that some athletic activities may be able to resume this fall.

Material Kwe: Lac Des Milles Lacs artist brings powerful series to Indigenous fashion showcase

An artist and researcher from northwestern Ontario says she's thrilled to have been selected to take part in Indigenous Fashion Week 2020.

Motorcycle training returning to Thunder Bay

After waiting for several months, people in northwestern Ontario will soon be able to take a popular motorcycle training course based in Thunder Bay. 

Clarity key as mask policy takes effect, says chamber president

The head of the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce says the organization has been working to help businesses prepare for the mandatory mask policy which takes effect Friday.

Thunder Bay businesses embrace patio program

A program designed to make it easier for Thunder Bay restaurants and businesses to set up outdoor patios and displays areas this summer is proving to be popular.

Anti-poverty organization hopes for free transit in Thunder Bay to continue post-pandemic

The organization Poverty Free Thunder Bay is hoping that information gathered through an online survey will help it to build an argument for the implementation of "free transit days" in the future. 

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