The HMCS Port Arthur

On September 1st, 1939 the world went to war for the second time in fifty years when Germany invaded Poland. This would lead to Canada declaring war on Germany on September 10th.

Marley in the Mountain

Hiking is a part of life for many Thunder Bay families, and with the Nor’wester Mountains an integral part of our local landscape, mountain hikes are a natural part of summer enjoyment.

Life is better with a good cup of tea

“It isn’t what we say or think that defines us, but what we do.” ― Jane Austen, Sense and Sensibility

What to do? What to do?

Thunder Bay responded to the pandemic this spring and summer with colour and style.

E-Chen Hsu and Patrick Horn

In a throwback to a tried-and-true schoolyard crush maneuver, Patrick Horn would leave E-Chen Hsu notes on her locker when they first met at Northwestern University in Chicago.

Friends fore life

When Don “Camel” Kmill and Gary “Buck” Rogers got together with Don Burton and Barry McCulloch for a round of golf in 1995, they had no idea what a commitment they were making.

The Enigma that is Burgundy

“You can pay an outrageous price and be disappointed, and you can pay a modest price and be delighted”

If These Walls Could Talk Sue talks isolation, cleaning, baking and staying on schedule

It seems like so long ago I wrote my last article from the comfort of my car on our return trip from Florida.

You can’t spell mmm without mummu - Finn Pancakes Celebrating Cultures, One Recipe at a Time

You know a recipe is great when it’s stood the test of time and been passed down from generation to generation.

Our own backyard

Winter is long, and Thunder Bay residents are adept at making the most of our short, sweet summer.

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