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Investor looks to microwave used tires in Thunder Bay

Investor looks to microwave used tires in Thunder Bay

Mitch Ouimette of Sudbury says it makes more sense than shipping tires to southern Ontario
Thunder Bay rep to chair Ontario chamber board

Thunder Bay rep to chair Ontario chamber board

Nathan Lawrence will helm the board for the 2021-2022 term
Thunder Bay shipyard could supply components for polar icebreaker construction job

Thunder Bay shipyard could supply components for polar icebreaker construction job

Heddle Shipyards' partnership with Vancouver's Seaspan may bring spinoffs to northwestern Ontario
<updated>Generational Business:</updated> Janzen's Pharmacy continues tradition of personalized community care

Generational Business: Janzen's Pharmacy continues tradition of personalized community care

Established since 1916, pharmacy has served Thunder Bay patients for more than a century
Strong start to Thunder Bay shipping season

Strong start to Thunder Bay shipping season

Port moves more than 840,000 tonnes of grain during April
<updated>Mining the Northwest:</updated> Impala Canada looks to open doors wider to Thunder Bay mining suppliers

Mining the Northwest: Impala Canada looks to open doors wider to Thunder Bay mining suppliers

Lac des Iles Mine prepares to boost production, adopt new technologies, go exploring for new deposits
Resolute Forest Products' Thunder Bay biorefinery wins Edison Award for innovation

Resolute Forest Products' Thunder Bay biorefinery wins Edison Award for innovation

Transformative technology to usher in new wave of bio-chemically-based forest products
Hearst distillers are cleared to do business in Thunder Bay

Hearst distillers are cleared to do business in Thunder Bay

Renovations will start soon at a former autobody shop
Thunder Bay Chamber calls for temporary, government-paid pandemic sick leave

Thunder Bay Chamber calls for temporary, government-paid pandemic sick leave

Small business can't afford to fund sick leave, according to chamber president
City of Thunder Bay official calls the sale of the Thunder Bay Generating Station 'the worst-case scenario'

City of Thunder Bay official calls the sale of the Thunder Bay Generating Station 'the worst-case scenario'

The sale to a demolition firm offers 'zero potential,' CEDC head says.