Evolution of a City - part 2

On January 1, 1970, the cities of Port Arthur and Fort William along with parts of the municipalities of Neebing and McIntyre amalgamated to form the City of Thunder Bay.

Thunder Bay's romance author makes Perfect Sense

Mark Twain once said ‘Write what you know.’ Local author Amanda Cowen has taken that advice to heart and has found success writing stories about friendship, relationships, romance and love.

The Pineville Heist

Carl Bailey is a Texas-based actor who flew to Thunder Bay for the premiere of The Pineville Heist, a labour of love for first-time feature film-maker and Confederation College professor, Lee Chamb

Demand grows for local food

The Squash Queen, Slate River Dairy and veg-e-tate Market Garden are just three of the many local producers that offer a cornucopia of delights.

Whispered dreams

The ranch experience helps youth appreciate the environment and nature.

The environmental fixers

Local scientists create kits to clean-up toxic sites.

Thunder Bay, You Say?

Japan’s Iron Lady Trades Big Steel for Heart and Soul

Carol Kajorinne - forging her own path

Carol Kajorinne is a multidisciplinary artist building a career in the arts.

Precious bundles

Volunteers are at the heart of this local clothing assistance program

Cool geeks

Discovering Thunder Bay’s Society for Creative Anachronism


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