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Sheriff Pat Eliasen Completes National Sheriffs’ Institute - Saturday, September 23, 2017

Sheriff Eliasen Complete National Sheriff's Institute's Program

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#LSN_News   Cook County Sheriff Pat Eliasen

COOK COUNTY, MINNESOTA — September 23, 2017  (LSN)  Sheriff Pat Eliasen of the Cook County Sheriff’s Office completed participation in the 113th session of the National Sheriffs’ Institute (NSI) held in Aurora, Colorado, September 18-22, 2017.

The NSI is the only national executive development program designed for sheriffs. This no-cost program is co-sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) and the National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA).       

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Northern Delights nine restaurants - Saturday, September 23, 2017

Northern Delights welcomes nine participating restaurants

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#LSN_News  Northern Delights nine participating restaurants

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO - September 23, 2017   (LSN)  Starting September 26th – October 7, 2017 the ever-so-popluar Northern Delights Harvest is returning to  Thunder Bay’s Waterfront District to offer specially priced Prix Fixe menus.  This event is presented by a collective of downtown north-side restaurants, producers and suppliers and Tourism Thunder Bay.

Prix Fixe menus highlighting the best of Thunder Bay’s culinary delights will be priced at $25 and/or $35.

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Transit Survey - Tuesday, September 12, 2017

TBay Route Optimization Plan Underway Survey 

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#LSN_News   Transit Route Optimization Plan Underway Survey

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO September 12, 2017 – (LSN)  Residents are invited to get involved in the Thunder Bay Transit Route Optimization Plan which aims to make transit services more effective and efficient. Comments to improve transit services can be submitted by completing an online survey at The survey can also be accessed through the City’s website at and will be open until Friday, Oct. 6. 

“As Thunder Bay changes, we want to ensure that its bus services respond to better serve our riders and the community,” said Brad Loroff, Manager – Transit Services. “The project will engage riders, frontline employees and the community as we look to improve the performance of the existing services while adding innovations, catering to our existing ridership and inviting new riders.”

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Northwestern Ontario Visionary Awards - Friday, September 8, 2017

Nominations Now Open for the 2018 Northwestern Ontario Visionary Awards:
Top 20 Under 40

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#LSN_News  SHIFT'S NOVAs Awards

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO September 8th, 2017, -  (LSN)   SHIFT: Thunder Bay’s Young Professionals Network announces today the 4th Bi-Annual Northwestern Ontario Visionary Awards (NOVAs). The gala event will take place on January 27th, 2018, at the Victoria Inn in Thunder Bay, Ontario, and celebrates Northwestern Ontario’s brightest young stars less than 40 years of age. Awards will be presented to recognize and honour the top 20 under 40 from Manitouwadge to Kenora. A diverse group of talented, accomplished, and very involved young leaders are chosen from nominations received.

“We’re looking for the most exceptional young professionals in Northwestern Ontario,” tells SHIFT President, Samantha Mihalus. “It is our vibrant youth that are investing in their communities, advancing their fields of work, and driving positive change on a monumental scale. The NOVAs are a way to recognize the contributions of the under forty demographic and send the message that their work matters and is valued. SHIFT works to create an environment that nurtures young professionals and encourages them to realize their potential.”

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SCHOOL SUPPLIES TO FWFN STUDENTS - Saturday, September 2, 2017


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#LSN_News   RBC donates School Supplies To Fort William First Nation

FORT WILLIAM FIRST NATION, ONTARIO  –  September 2, 2017    (LSN)  Fort William First Nation would like to acknowledge and extend their sincerest appreciation to the RBC Foundation’s Royal Eagles Back Pack Program for their generous donation for the 2017-2018 school year.  For the second year in a row, RBC has donated funds for the FWFN Education Department to purchase and distribute 300 backpacks, lunch kits and school supplies for the students on and off reserve from the community. 

“Fort William First Nation has a long standing working relationship with RBC.  On behalf of the families of the community, thank you for the extra support towards ensuring our children return back to school ready and equipped with the essentials that they need for a successful year.”  stated, Chief Peter Collins-FWFN. BC

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Cook County Budget Public Information Sessions - Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Cook County Budget Public Information Sessions Begin

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#LSN_News  Budget Sessions 

GRAND MARAIS,  COOK COUNTY MINNESOTA  - August 28, 2017 – (LSN) Cook County will begin a series of public information sessions this week as the Board of Commissioners move toward setting the preliminary levy on Sept. 19.

Meetings to give residents an update on the County’s financial position, 2018 Budget assumptions and an opportunity to ask questions are scheduled.

Setting the Budget is one of the most important decisions the Board of Commissioners makes. It directly impacts citizens through services and it’s a tool to realize the community’s goals. Each time you drive our roadways, a road is plowed, you call 911 or visit a library, community center or access child/family programs or the Courthouse, you are witnessing your tax dollars at work.

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Charge your Cellphone - Sunday, August 27, 2017

How to charge your Cellphone the right way

#LSN_News  Give those batteries long, healthy lives

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO, August 27, 2017  -  (LSN)  We all have Cellphones or Laptops that need to be charged. Here is some great information from Popular Science Shallow discharges and recharges are better than full ones, Once a month, let the battery undergo a full discharge to about 5 percent

Without a battery, your expensive laptop or smartphone becomes a hunk of dead electronics. And these rechargeable powerhouses have a finite lifespan: Over time, they will start losing power faster and taking longer to charge.
To extend the battery's useful life for as long as possible, you need to take care of your device properly. That means adopting good charging habits and taking care with battery storage. Here's what you need to know.

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First Nations Clarify Infrastructure Development - Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Northern First Nations Leadership clarify involvement in Infrastructure Development following Province’s Ring of Fire Announcement

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#LSN_News  First Nations Clarify Infrastructure Development

Thunder Bay, ONTARIO, August 22nd, 2017 - (LSN)  Leaders from Webequie and Nibinamik First Nations are clarifying their position for community members and neighbouring communities today following the recent announcement by the Province of Ontario with Premier Kathleen Wynne.

The two participating First Nations have signed a Joint Community Access Infrastructure Planning Agreement to collaborate on a specific study that could potentially bring a multi-purpose corridor to its communities and the Northern Ontario region. A multi-purpose corridor could connect the two communities to existing regional infrastructure and potential future developments.

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Grandview Lodge Student Education and Care Centre Mataw First Nation - Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Grandview Lodge Student Education and Care Centre Mataw First Nation

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#LSN_News   Grandview Lodge to be converted

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  August 22, 2017 – (LSN) City Council will be considering authorizing a Letter of Intent with Matawa First Nations Management at Committee of the Whole on August 28.

The report recommends that the City grant the former Grandview Lodge building and property to Matawa for the purpose of redeveloping it as a Student Education and Care Centre for high school students from Matawa First Nations.

Matawa First Nations Management is a tribal council with nine member Ojibway and Cree First Nations, including Aroland First Nation, Constance Lake First Nation, Eabametoong First Nation, Ginoogaming First Nation, Long Lake #58 First Nation, Marten Falls First Nation, Neskantaga First Nation, Nibinamik First Nation and Webequie First Nation.

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Emma Morrison Miss Teenage Canada
LSN_News  Emma Morrison Miss Teenage Canada  with parents Roland & Alana Morrison

THUNDER BAY, ON:  August 14, 2017  (:SN) Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Deputy Grand Chief Anna Betty Achneepineskum, on behalf of the Executive Council, congratulates 17-year-old Chapleau Cree First Nation member Emma Morrison, who was crowned Miss Teenage Canada over the weekend

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LAC SEUL FIRST NATION,  Ontario   August 10, 2017  (LSN) Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler, on behalf of the NAN Executive Council, congratulates recipients of the 2017 Keewaywin Awards for their outstanding accomplishments and contributions to our Nation.

“On behalf of the Chiefs and Councils of NAN I am honoured to congratulate this year’s award recipients for their outstanding achievements and commitment to improving the lives of others,” said NAN Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler. “Their accomplishments are the result of hard work and dedication, and the leadership they demonstrate on a daily basis is an inspiration to us all.”

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August Board of Commissioners Meeting - Thursday, August 10, 2017

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#LSN_News   August 8Board of Commissioners Meeting

GRAND MARAIS, MINNESOTA - August 10, 2017 – (LSN) Following are highlights and key priorities covered at the Tuesday, Aug 8 Board of Commissioners Meeting:

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City Hall Sounds - Saturday, August 5, 2017

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#LSN_News   City Hall Sounds

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO - August 3, 2017 (LSN)  The City of Thunder Bay’s Crime Prevention Council announced the fifth annual edition of City Hall Sounds today, which will bring live entertainment, local food trucks, and community partner information booths to the South Core neighbourhood. 

“City Hall Sounds is about celebrating Thunder Bay and its people. It’s about building our sense of community and making our city safer and more inclusive,” said Jeff Upton, Chair of the Crime Prevention Council. “I invite everyone to come out and enjoy these community events and the urban public space at City Hall. It’s a great way to spend a lunch hour and it contributes to community safety.”

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