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Thunder Bay-made product wins railway engineering award

Thunder Bay-made product wins railway engineering award

TBT Engineering's patented invention is being distributed by Supercom Industries, a First Nations partnership
Med-tech company secures commercialization funds

Med-tech company secures commercialization funds

Radialis receiving $500,000 in provincial money to advance imaging tech
Skilled trades camps touring the North this summer

Skilled trades camps touring the North this summer

Week-long camps hosted by Skills Ontario available in communities across the North
Ontario and Unifor pressure feds to fund subway cars

Ontario and Unifor pressure feds to fund subway cars

Premier Doug Ford and Unifor's national president issued a joint statement pressing Ottawa to help preserve the Alstom plant and jobs in Thunder Bay
Construction compromises might be made for Thunder Bay art gallery

Construction compromises might be made for Thunder Bay art gallery

Rising material costs could change the design of the new waterfront gallery
Damaged laker Michipicoten preparing to leave Thunder Bay

Damaged laker Michipicoten preparing to leave Thunder Bay

The vessel's cargo of iron ore pellets has been transferred to a sister ship
Housing Accelerator Fund money now available in Thunder Bay

Housing Accelerator Fund money now available in Thunder Bay

Program will provide up to $20.7 million to help spur housing unit construction in Thunder Bay over the next three years.
Business of the Month: Northwest Solutions’ different approach to working in Northern Ontario

Business of the Month: Northwest Solutions’ different approach to working in Northern Ontario

From huskies to concerted reconciliation efforts, this natural resources service supplier envisions a new way of doing things
First cruise ship arrives in Thunder Bay

First cruise ship arrives in Thunder Bay

In 2023, cruise ship activity generated $4.3 million for the local tourism industry
A robust May for grain and potash cargoes at Thunder Bay port

A robust May for grain and potash cargoes at Thunder Bay port

Fifty-eight ships arrived at western Lake Superior port last month