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First Nation builds from within

First Nation builds from within

Fort William First Nation goes local to construct the first phase of a new subdivision
That’s a wrap

That’s a wrap

Port of Thunder Bay shutters for the winter
Quite the haul

Quite the haul

Keefer Terminal hits 19-year high on marine cargo handling
Greenstone Gold ends exploration, lays off staff

Greenstone Gold ends exploration, lays off staff

The future of the prospective Greenstone Gold mine in Geraldton has yet to be decided as the company laid off workers at the end of the mine's exploration phase.
Thunder Bay port hums with fall activity

Thunder Bay port hums with fall activity

Grain shippers move 900,000 tonnes in November
Thunder Bay to decide if Fort William mall is help, hindrance to downtown redevelopment

Thunder Bay to decide if Fort William mall is help, hindrance to downtown redevelopment

Thunder Bay’s Victoriaville Centre’s future is under the microscope on whether it’s part of downtown Fort William’s urban revival scene.
PARO acknowledges local entrepreneurs

PARO acknowledges local entrepreneurs

Thunder Bay centre recognizes women entrepreneurs with eight awards for 2016.
New shuttle tourism service explores Thunder Bay, North Shore

New shuttle tourism service explores Thunder Bay, North Shore

Tourism entrepreneur Taylor Green is hitting the road to show visitors the natural wonders of Thunder Bay.
Recruitment firm shifts gears on simulator training

Recruitment firm shifts gears on simulator training

Origin Operator Recruitment and Training have trained approximately 150 people since setting up shop six years ago, and now supply semi-skilled on-demand labour while acting as First Nation engagement specialists.
Thunder Bay machine shop owner suing Innovation Centre

Thunder Bay machine shop owner suing Innovation Centre

Rudnicki Industrial claims government-funded innovation lab doing more than prototype work. Innovation Centre denies any wrongdoing.