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Lakehead University announces the new dean of natural resources management

Lakehead University announces the new dean of natural resources management

New faculty head begins the job Sept 1
Northern Ontario Business Awards now accepting 2022 nominations

Northern Ontario Business Awards now accepting 2022 nominations

Submissions to regional business awards program will be accepted until Oct. 7
Drones set sail on Lake Superior

Drones set sail on Lake Superior

This is the second year of a multi-year, multi-partner mission in the Great Lakes
Science North selects a Thunder Bay waterfront site for regional expansion

Science North selects a Thunder Bay waterfront site for regional expansion

Former grain elevator site is the 'preferred' location for science attraction
More cruise ship operators show interest in Thunder Bay

More cruise ship operators show interest in Thunder Bay

Representatives of five companies spent three days in city on familiarization tour
Rezoning sets stage for hotel, offices at Thunder Bay property

Rezoning sets stage for hotel, offices at Thunder Bay property

Reliable Northern Developments has plans for a $25-million hotel with 150 units
Thunder Bay Tourism Development Fund provides $250,000 to Science North

Thunder Bay Tourism Development Fund provides $250,000 to Science North

Community Economic Development Commission provides financial support to science centre expansion into northwestern Ontario
Northwestern Ontario Indigenous entrepreneurs encouraged to apply for program

Northwestern Ontario Indigenous entrepreneurs encouraged to apply for program

A Thunder Bay CEDC program for Indigenous entrepreneurs in the Northwest is renewed and now accepting applications.
Building the new Thunder Bay jail will require 700-800 workers

Building the new Thunder Bay jail will require 700-800 workers

The four-year project is set to break ground this fall
'Reimagination' of Thunder Bay's north core well under way

'Reimagination' of Thunder Bay's north core well under way

City, architects hold open house to get feedback on plan to turn Red River Road into a more pedestrian-friendly space.