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The City of Thunder Bay is on the hunt for the provincial and federal governments to fund two-third of a proposed arena and convention hall. The venue will house the farm team of the Winnipeg Jets.

The City of Thunder Bay will be chasing government money this winter toward funding a proposed arena and convention centre to house a professional hockey team.The third phase of the ... more >>

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Sudbury home builders group elects new boardPosted: 12/11/2014 11:35:05 AMThe Sudbury & District Home Builders’ Association has announ...
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