A home for the holidays...and every day

Local author Donna White felt “rescued” when she adopted her 2 dogs, Nip and Tuck, so in November 2020, she began volunteering for Paws for Love Dog Rescue.

100+ year old sport gains another Thunder Bay champion

Dog sledding has been around for thousands of years, while dog sled racing only about 100.

Hang out the "do not disturb" sign

After a 28-year career in Thunder Bay’s Hospitality industry, Roberta Sawchyn, aka Broom Hilda, General Manager of the Best Western Plus Nor’Wester Hotel & Conference Centre is hanging up her b

Remembering Memory Lodge on beautiful Pine Bay

In 1935, Larry Baarts immigrated from his native Holland to Canada settling in what was then Fort William, Ontario. What appealed to him most were the wide open spaces of this region.

The Gunilda

There have been many shipwrecks on Lake Superior over the years. To many, this statement is as obvious as saying the sky is blue.

The festive five

When it comes to Christmas, few in our city would have a deeper knowledge of what evokes the warmest feelings than Marjorie Knutson.

Kate Strange and Rob Habjan

Rob Habjan first noticed Kate Strange in a coffee shop in Gold Coast, Australia.

New businesses and new concepts

Local clothing company gives new life to the Cumberland Theatre

Cold hands, warm hut

Short days, cold nights. The wide snowy surface of a frozen lake, the sky like a vast ocean of blue overhead.

Thunder Bay hospitality showcased to the nation

In less than three months, the Fort William Gardens and Curling Club will be rockin’ as Thunder Bay finally gets to host one of the top nationally televised sports events in Canada, the Scotties Ja

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