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  • Ontera sale on hold? - Thunder Bay - CBC News
    the dark The delay has prompted more questions about whether Ontera is actually still for sale There s been a softening on the plan for divestment of Ontario Northland since Kathleen Wynne took over as premier As well a group of municipal leaders have been in talks with the province in recent weeks to discuss other options But if the sale of Ontera has been called off employees haven t been told about it It would be nice to have a break in the sense that somebody is going to tell us you know Here s what we intend to do and it s something different than divestment and we want to talk to you but we haven t received that phone call yet said Brian Kelly president of CAW 103 which is part of the General Chairperson s Association the union representing the nearly 1 000 workers at Ontario Northland But Kelly noted there have been other signs that the Ontera sale was been slowed down It s nice to hear there s no timeline on that We figured that he said So it s kind of official confirmation of what we have been hearing from government excuse me not from the government but people who have had contact with the government Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Thunder Bay News Headlines Ontario coroners to study suicides of gay teens The Office of the Chief Coroner in Ontario wants a better understanding of the connection between gender identity and youth suicide more Accused donation box thief turns himself in A 32 year old city man has been charged with theft in connection with last week s theft of an Alzheimer s Society donation box more Plane crash victims bodies recovered Ontario Provincial Police confirmed two people are dead following a plane crash at Red Lake more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Train derailment near Sudbury sparks water contamination fears Residents are concerned for their safety and homes following a train derailment Sunday south of Sudbury Ont that resulted in several cars plunging into the Wanapitei River more Must Watch Top News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Canada Revenue Agency

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/story/2013/05/31/sby-sudbury-ontera-sale-ontc-ontario-northland-government.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Fishing lodge owners say new limits are 'anti-American' - Thunder Bay - CBC News
    shows the regulation has not had a significant impact on tourist business Nowak said and that marketing a more conservative angling approach can actually be of benefit to tourist operators MPP wants answers But Kenora Rainy River MPP Sarah Campbell doesn t buy it I really believe that the changes that are being made aren t for the better and that they are really hindering our tourism industry Campbell said I think this issue could be resolved if the MNR were to again sit down be a little bit more open and have some flexibility show some interest and some willingness to resolve the issue Campbell said she wants the ministry to listen to the lodge owners concerns before making new rules Nowak said there was extensive consultation before the new regulations were crafted and the January 2015 implementation date gives lodge owners the opportunity to change their marketing The owner of Rugby Lake Lodge near Dryden is worried a reduction in the number of walleye non residents can keep per day from four to two will hurt tourism Supplied Lodge operators promote conservation But Haukness isn t prepared to give up the fight saying the changes will only at best minimally improve fishing quality It s only going to improve the quality if we assume that every American angler takes his full catch of four per day everyday She said many lodge operators promote conservation themselves At her lodge Haukness said no guests can keep Walleye over 18 inches long because she wants to promote releasing the larger spawning fish In fact she added the Kenora District Camp Owners Association is proposing alternatives to reducing the limits to instead implement no possession of walleye over 18 inches long We understand we have to maintain a quality fishery she said It s our businesses that are on the line not only our way of life The association also says the MNR hasn t done thorough research on all the lakes to which they are proposing the new regulations and noted the ministry doesn t have clear year over year data on walleye stocks Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Thunder Bay News Headlines Ontario coroners to study suicides of gay teens The Office of the Chief Coroner in Ontario wants a better understanding of the connection between gender identity and youth suicide more Accused donation box thief turns himself in A 32 year old city man has been charged with theft in connection with last week s theft of an Alzheimer s Society donation box more Plane crash victims bodies recovered Ontario Provincial Police confirmed two people are dead following a plane crash at Red Lake more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/story/2013/05/30/tby-fishing-thunder-bay-lodges-operators-oppose-ministry-natural-resources-limits.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Cold weather hampering mosquito population - Thunder Bay - CBC News
    Bowles said It just depends on the weather pattern throughout June the month of June what s going to happen when we hit holidays in July Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Thunder Bay News Headlines Ontario coroners to study suicides of gay teens The Office of the Chief Coroner in Ontario wants a better understanding of the connection between gender identity and youth suicide more Accused donation box thief turns himself in A 32 year old city man has been charged with theft in connection with last week s theft of an Alzheimer s Society donation box more Plane crash victims bodies recovered Ontario Provincial Police confirmed two people are dead following a plane crash at Red Lake more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Train derailment near Sudbury sparks water contamination fears Residents are concerned for their safety and homes following a train derailment Sunday south of Sudbury Ont that resulted in several cars plunging into the Wanapitei River more Must Watch Top News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/story/2013/05/30/tby-thunder-bay-mosquitoes-population-down-cold-weather.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Wind farm opposition garners First Nation's support - Thunder Bay - CBC News
    developer Horizon should be stopped in its tracks There s questions to be asked with regards to why the city of Thunder Bay gave Horizon the option to lease in the first place without consulting its members Wyatt Bannon said I mean there s serious concerns there and at some point and time they should be answered Ensuring accuracy of reports Bond said the committee has raised tens of thousands of dollars for their effort to ensure the land and people living in the area are protected The committee has hired independent experts to look over Horizon s environmental assessment of the project formally called the Big Thunder Wind Park She said they want to ensure all the documents prepared by Horizon are accurate This is the first time the committee has officially teamed up for a rally with the First Nation Bond added Representatives from the Municipality of Neebing which has some land in the wind farm area were also present at the rally Another rally is planned to be held before June 22 when the province will stop accepting comments on the project s environmental assessment Giving municipalities a say Meanwhile the provincial government is expected to announce on Thursday new rules for locating wind turbines More power is expected to be given to municipalities who until now had no say over wind farms whatsoever The rules for locating green energy projects will become fairer with the announcement but we re still dotting the I s and crossing the T s Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli said PC energy critic Vic Fedeli said he wants the final word on wind farms to go to municipal councils They have absolute and complete control over the placement of a Tim Hortons he said Why shouldn t they have 100 per cent absolute and complete control over 550 foot high wind turbines NDP energy critic Peter Tabuns said he thinks the minister needs to make sure the communities where wind turbines are located can share in the profits Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Thunder Bay News Headlines Ontario coroners to study suicides of gay teens The Office of the Chief Coroner in Ontario wants a better understanding of the connection between gender identity and youth suicide more Accused donation box thief turns himself in A 32 year old city man has been charged with theft in connection with last week s theft of an Alzheimer s Society donation box more Plane crash victims bodies recovered Ontario Provincial Police confirmed two people are dead following a plane crash at Red Lake more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Train derailment near Sudbury sparks water contamination fears Residents are concerned for their

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/story/2013/05/30/tby-wind-farm-rally-gathers-support-thunder-bay.html (2013-06-03)
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    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/local_includes/thunderbay_contacts/newsroom.html (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC Thunder Bay | Contact Us
    Who is putting it on When it s happening time day date month When the announcement should run and when it should end No announcement will run more than three weeks Indicate ticket prices or other charges Make it clear how names are pronounced include phonetic versions Include contact information that our listeners can refer to Let us know in plenty of time if you have to cancel your event Sample Public Service Announcement Note how we ve indicated the Who What When Where Why after each sentence You don t have to do that in your notice It s just there to help you see how the guidelines apply Have you ever wondered why an airplane stays up in the air This is the WHY You can find out at an exhibit called THE MYSTERY OF FLIGHT This answers WHAT It s at the MacDonnell Board of Education Science Fair Monday June 5 This answers WHO WHERE and WHEN The school is at the corner of Maple Avenue and Woodlawn Street in Ottawa This answers WHERE 63 words Contact Mrs Jones at Maplewood High School 567 8901 This announcement can run from May 23 to June 4 Pronunciation MacDonnell is pronounced Mac DONN l as in MacDonald without the final d Submit your Event with the Public Service Announcement Form Please fill out all the required fields of the public service announcement form Thanks for telling us about your event Your Voice Submit your photo Do you have images or video of news events Send them to CBC with our upload form and help tell the story to the world CBC Thunder Bay TEL 807 625 5000 FAX 807 625 5035 Thunder Bay Newsroom TEL 807 625 5002 E mail the Newsroom Mailing Address CBC Thunder Bay 213 Miles

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/thunderbay/contact/psas.html (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC Thunder Bay | Features | Your Photos
    system for audience photo submissions It makes the process of sending us photos and video from your home computer or cellphone much easier This photogallery will continue to be available online for a limited time but we will not longer be accepting submissions to it The photographs here will not be moved into the new system but if you want to re submit your favourite photographs we would be happy

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/thunderbay/photogalleries/yourphotos/ (2013-06-03)
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