Aircraft life extensions keep Pilatus busy around the clockA plethora of heavy maintenance
aviation work has been a boon for the Pilatus Centre Canada in
Thunder Bay.Since moving into a state-of-the-art
sales and service shop on the north side of Thunder Bay International
Airport in 2011, the company has expanded its workforce and evolved
into a high volume shop running 24/7.“When we moved over here four years
ago, we had six full-time maintenance guys on the floor,” said
Steve Davey, executive vice-president and COO of the Pilatus Centre.
The Northern Ontario Business Awards return to Thunder Bay on Oct. 1, 2015 for the first time since 2010.The best and brightest business minds in Northern Ontario will be on hand for a night where there efforts and vision will be recognized.More than 500 people are expected to attend the awards, wi...
Six months into the year, grain volumes through
the Port of Thunder Bay reached an 18-year high.
More than 2.6 million tonnes of grain moved
through the elevators with no sign of a slow-down in July as strong
stores from two consecutive bumper crops in Western Canada continue
to move through...
A Thunder Bay preservation group believes Lake
Superior lighthouses can serve as a beacon for eco-tourism.
Often located in majestic postcard settings and
offering breathtaking views, Paul Morralee, secretary of Canadian
Lighthouses of Lake Superior, views these windswept places as highway
from northwestern Ontario were celebrated on Thursday night in Thunder Bay.The 18th annual
Influential Women of Northern Ontario Awards were handed out during a gala
evening celebrating successful women from around the North. The event is hosted
by Northern Ontario Business.A ...