The Land of 1000 Restaurants...well, almost

Does anyone eat at home anymore? Italian, Chinese… Syrian you say? Thunder Bay’s burgeoning restaurant scene offers hundreds of new choices.

Middle age moves

As I recently walked through an airport and, in fact, throughout my whole trip,

I noticed that I no longer have that “spring” in my step. Lately my movements are a bit more prescribed.

Any port in a storm

Port has been called “the Englishman’s drink”.

Christmas Light

Our Kids Count Family Christmas Dinner Shines for a 5th Year

An old tradition, new

Christmas. A time of memories revisited and traditions upheld year after year: the annual trip to fetch the tree, the hanging of familiar ornaments, and the savouring of Grandma’s Christmas cake.

Therapy in clay

3 Local Potters speak about their refreshing one-of-a-kind creations

Catching up with artist Vesa Peltonen

I first met multi-faceted artist, Vesa Peltonen through musician Ari Lahdekorpi and then marketing maverick Warren Hughes back in the early 80’s, and I remember being struck by Vesa’s entrepreneuri

We're all in this together

“A woman goes over a waterfall, a video goes viral, a family goes into meltdown – life is about to get a lot more complicated for the Parker family.”

Fort William Curling Club - 125 years strong

A lot of discussion has been taking place about the celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary next year, but there is another important anniversary taking place in our community this year.

The most wonderful time of the year.

“The children were nestled all snug in their beds; While visions of sugar-plums danced in their heads.” - ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas by Clement Clarke Moore - 1823


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