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  • CBC Thunder Bay | Feature | The Long Commute
    off our series The Long Commute by telling us about his experiences of living out of duffle bags and tote bins for about seven years Listen Long commutes can stress relationships Jordan Tetreault is new to commuting working and living on the road for the past year Tetreault is an ironworker currently at the Detour Lake Gold Mine north of Cochrane He lives in Thunder Bay in a house that he bought without ever seeing Tetreault talks about the trust he has in his family and how his relationship with his girlfriend is affected by his long commute Listen Commuting for hours can take a toll on families Abi Sprakes with the Thunder Bay Counselling Centre says with more families are apart for longer periods because of work She explains what relationship counsellors are seeing and provides some tips on how to keep families together when they are hours away Listen Some workers make day long commutes Commuting for hours can take a toll on families Abi Sprakes with the Thunder Bay Counselling Centre says with more families are apart for longer periods because of work She explains what relationship counsellors are seeing and provides some tips on how to keep families together when they are hours away Listen Miners have to trek far for work in Thunder Bay region The trend of commuting seems to be here to stay Madge Richardson with the North of Superior Workforce Planning Board says expect to see more commuters coming home return home and more workers coming in and out of our region Listen More Thunder Bay Superior Morning Lisa Laco Join Lisa Laco from 5 30 to 8 37 a m for Superior Morning Voyage North Cathy Alex Tune in 4 6 p m ET 3 5 p m CT and join

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/thunderbay/features/thelongcommute/ (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC Thunder Bay | Feature | At Your Service
    have popped up all over Thunder Bay One of the most noticeable shifts in the city s retail landscape is the closure of three Zellers stores Two locations are already closed in blue and will re open as Wal Mart stores in Fall 2012 The last Zellers store at Intercity Mall in yellow will close in early 2013 and become a Target store Click on a drop pin for more information Seasoned workers feel the shift in Thunder Bay s retail landscape Thunder Bay s retail landscape is changing Three Zellers stores are closing Even though the Wal Mart and Target locations taking their place offer many job opportunities for a lot of seasoned retail employees it s not an easy shift Listen How do we treat our service workers Employees in Thunder Bay s restaurants and stores spend their days dealing with customers They are expected to be courteous and helpful But how do customers treat service workers in return Meet restaurant server Meghan Eddy and veteran Zellers employee Shannon Hodgkinson as they share their experiences Listen Meghan Eddy offers a behind the scenes glimpse of life as a restaurant server in Thunder Bay through a blog she started a few years ago as a writing project at Lakehead University The blog coincidentally is also called At Your Service no relation to the CBC series Eddy has been waitressing for the last five years to put herself through school Thunder Bay service workers fight to get by Thunder Bay s retail landscape is changing Three Zellers stores are closing Even though the Wal Mart and Target locations taking their place offer many job opportunities for a lot of seasoned retail employees it s not an easy shift Listen More Thunder Bay Superior Morning Lisa Laco Join Lisa Laco from

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/thunderbay/features/atyourservice/ (2013-06-03)
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  • Thunder Bay Web Cam
    Images courtesy of the City of Thunder Bay

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/thunderbay/webcam/webcam.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Dying For An Education - Interactive - CBC.ca
    what made her want to run away Listen here Dying For An Education Pearl Achneepineskum When journalist Ian Adams called attention to the horrors of residential schools in his article published more than 40 years ago Pearl said she was expecting to see schools built in First Nations communities Instead she says children still have to leave their families and all that s familiar to get an education Seven students have died since 2000 while attending school in Thunder Bay CBC story Ontario calls joint inquest in aboriginal student deaths Daisy Munroe Daisy Munroe said her family has never received an explanation for how her brother Charlie Wenjack died She said her father wasn t allowed to attend Charlie s inquest when it was held in Kenora in 1966 When that inquiry was going to be on they didn t want my dad there she said They said he was going to cause trouble There were no First Nations people on the inquest jury CBC News has obtained the original hand written inquest report from Ontario s Coroner s office You can read the report here PDF The family is requesting a new inquest to more thoroughly examine what prompted Charlie to run away from residential school Ian Adams Journalist Ian Adams article The Lonely Death of Charlie Wenjack was published in MacLean s in 1967 It was one of the first opportunities for non Aboriginal Canadians to read about the experiences of First Nations children in residential schools The article also paints a picture of the racially divided town of Kenora where Charlie Wenjack attended school Adams article can be read here PDF Colin Wasacase Colin Wasacase took over as principal at Cecilia Jeffrey Indian Residential School in Kenora in 1966 the year Charlie Wenjack died The time of loneliness due to our beautiful fall made many of our children play truant As the cold weather drew nearer it lessened but we had one unfortunate incident It was the loss of life of one of our twelve year old lads due to exposure Wasacase wrote in his annual report to the Presbyterian Church Missions which ran the school The truancy was due to a lot of strangers and as we mentioned before the beautiful weather The supervisors were new and so were we so the children really were bewildered by all of us strangers You can read more letters from behind the scenes at Cecilia Jeffrey School during the time of Charlie s death here Colin Wasacase is Cree from Saskatchewan He attended a residential school there as a child He continues to live in Kenora Wasacase refused CBC s request for an interview about Charlie Wenjack Seeking Answers Charlie Wenjack s sister Pearl Achneepineskum says residential school students were often dressed in special clothes and told to smile for photos like this one taken on the playground at Cecilia Jeffrey Indian Residential School in Kenora Achneepineskum says the photos never captured the abuse many children suffered there She

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/thunderbay/interactives/dyingforaneducation/ (2013-06-03)
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  • Jane Urquhart and Richard Wagamese in Thunder Bay | Canada Reads with Jian Ghomeshi | CBC Radio
    of Hope Away Two Solitudes February Close X Watch and Listen Listen Audio Playlist Watch Video Playlist Close X Previous Winners Blog About Contact Jane Urquhart and Richard Wagamese in Thunder Bay Thursday January 31 2013 On Thursday January 24 Canada Reads authors Jane Urquhart and Richard Wagamese were in Thunder Bay both were born nearby to discuss place and the role it plays in their writing The event took place at the Waverly branch of the Thunder Bay Public Library and was hosted by Superior Morning s Lisa Laco Both authors read a passage from their book and took questions from the audience about writing and their life The event was recorded on video which you can watch in three parts below CBC Live reporters also covered the event and you can follow their discussion in the live chat below Twitter Facebook CBC Global Footer CBC ca Aboriginal Books Contests Digital Archives Documentaries Kids Kids CBC Preschool Kids CBC Wonder World Music News Parents Program Guide Radio Sports Television CBC Member Centre CBC Player CBC Shop Corporate About CBC Transparency and Accountability Jobs Production Facilities Mobile Production Rentals Ombudsman CBC Get the Facts Independent Producers Pitch a Radio or

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/books/canadareads/2013/01/jane-urquhart-and-richard-wagamese-in-thunder-bay.html (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC News - Local Weather - Marathon, Ontario
    h becoming light this afternoon High 15 UV index 6 or high Tonight Clear Low plus 1 with risk of frost Tuesday Mainly sunny High 18 Extended Forecast Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday June 4 June 5 June 6 June 7 June 8 June 9 Mainly sunny A mix of sun and cloud A mix of sun and cloud Sunny Sunny Chance of showers High 18 High 64 15 4 59 39 17 4 63 39 19 5 66 41 22 6 72 43 19 8 66 46 P O P 60 Local Maps Satellite Radar Temperature play pause stop National CBC News Weather Centre Nationwide you can view weather on CBC News Network 7 days a week Don t forget your local weather forecast is available in your area on the CBC regional nightly news Tune in for weather regional national and international coming your way from our team of meteorologists view current conditions Thunder Bay Web Cam Current views of the marina in Thunder Bay and Lake Superior from the City of Thunder Bay Web cam Canada Headlines Top Headlines Recommended Commented updated Funnel cloud filmed by Ontario storm chaser indeed a tornado Environment Canada confirms that a tornado touched down on the weekend just west of Kenilworth Ont after the sighting was reported by a local storm chaser updated Via Rail terror plot accused unable to find lawyer A Montreal man linked to an alleged plot to bomb a Via Rail Train says he cannot find a lawyer willing to use the Qur an as a basis for his defence updated 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

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/thunderbay/weather/s0000022.html (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC News - Local Weather - Greenstone (Geraldton), Ontario
    20 km h High 15 UV index 6 or high Tonight Clear Wind northwest 20 km h becoming light this evening Low plus 1 with risk of frost Tuesday Sunny High 18 Extended Forecast Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday June 4 June 5 June 6 June 7 June 8 June 9 Sunny Sunny Sunny Sunny Sunny Chance of showers High 18 High 64 17 3 63 37 19 5 66 41 21 5 70 41 24 7 75 45 21 9 70 48 P O P 60 Local Maps Satellite Radar Temperature play pause stop National CBC News Weather Centre Nationwide you can view weather on CBC News Network 7 days a week Don t forget your local weather forecast is available in your area on the CBC regional nightly news Tune in for weather regional national and international coming your way from our team of meteorologists view current conditions Thunder Bay Web Cam Current views of the marina in Thunder Bay and Lake Superior from the City of Thunder Bay Web cam Canada Headlines Top Headlines Recommended Commented updated Funnel cloud filmed by Ontario storm chaser indeed a tornado Environment Canada confirms that a tornado touched down on the weekend just west of Kenilworth Ont after the sighting was reported by a local storm chaser updated Via Rail terror plot accused unable to find lawyer A Montreal man linked to an alleged plot to bomb a Via Rail Train says he cannot find a lawyer willing to use the Qur an as a basis for his defence updated 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

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/thunderbay/weather/s0000538.html (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC News - Local Weather - Fort Frances, Ontario
    30 percent chance of showers in the evening Wind becoming southeast 20 km h late in the evening High 16 Extended Forecast Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday June 4 June 5 June 6 June 7 June 8 June 9 Chance of showers Chance of showers Sunny Sunny A mix of sun and cloud Chance of showers High 16 High 61 P O P 30 16 7 61 45 P O P 30 17 6 63 43 19 7 66 45 21 9 70 48 20 11 68 52 P O P 60 Local Maps Satellite Radar Temperature play pause stop National CBC News Weather Centre Nationwide you can view weather on CBC News Network 7 days a week Don t forget your local weather forecast is available in your area on the CBC regional nightly news Tune in for weather regional national and international coming your way from our team of meteorologists view current conditions Thunder Bay Web Cam Current views of the marina in Thunder Bay and Lake Superior from the City of Thunder Bay Web cam Canada Headlines Top Headlines Recommended Commented updated Funnel cloud filmed by Ontario storm chaser indeed a tornado Environment Canada confirms that a tornado touched down on the weekend just west of Kenilworth Ont after the sighting was reported by a local storm chaser updated Via Rail terror plot accused unable to find lawyer A Montreal man linked to an alleged plot to bomb a Via Rail Train says he cannot find a lawyer willing to use the Qur an as a basis for his defence updated 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

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/thunderbay/weather/s0000104.html (2013-06-03)
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