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Thunder Bay Airport bracing for slower travel season this summer

Thunder Bay Airport bracing for slower travel season this summer

Thunder Bay International Airport officials say the effects of the pandemic will be felt for years, not weeks
Construction underway to build access road to Fort William Historical Park

Construction underway to build access road to Fort William Historical Park

Multi-million-dollar project has been in the works since at least 2009
Heddle and Seaspan shipyards team up for Polar icebreaker bid

Heddle and Seaspan shipyards team up for Polar icebreaker bid

Heddle Shipyards partners with a company that's already won big federal contracts
No surprise, home building off to slow start

No surprise, home building off to slow start

CMHC expects COVID-19 measures to impact home starts in 2020
Thunder Bay creates economic recovery team

Thunder Bay creates economic recovery team

City looking for ways to assist business in post-COVID-19 recovery
Pandemic-related global demand for Canadian grain keeps Thunder Bay port humming

Pandemic-related global demand for Canadian grain keeps Thunder Bay port humming

Less oil and gas movement means more national rail capacity for wheat, canola
Prince Arthur's Landing work continues in Thunder Bay this summer

Prince Arthur's Landing work continues in Thunder Bay this summer

The Market Square component has changed from the original concept.
Lakehead researchers teaming with high-tech firm on medical scheduling software

Lakehead researchers teaming with high-tech firm on medical scheduling software

Graduate student earns internship in growing A.I. company's North American reach
Mining watchdog accuses Impala Canada of putting workers, communities at risk

Mining watchdog accuses Impala Canada of putting workers, communities at risk

Palladium miner denies critics' claim that Lac des Iles virus outbreak was transmitted to northwestern Ontario First Nation
Thunder Bay-area businesses take a weighty knock from COVID-19

Thunder Bay-area businesses take a weighty knock from COVID-19

More than 90 per cent of businesses experience sales drop, survey shows