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Province Moves to Step One of Reopening on Friday

Province Moves to Step One of Reopening on Friday

Thunder Bay District Health Unit Annonced

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~~~  June 10, 2021  (LSN)   The Government of Ontario has announced that the province will be...
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HAIR SALON OWNER FINED BY HEALTH UNIT

HAIR SALON OWNER FINED BY HEALTH UNIT

LOCAL LAWYER RICHARD GARRETT RETAINED TO FIGHT FOR THE SALON OWNER’S RIGHT TO EARN A LIVING

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~~   June 3, 2021   (LSN) Today, Thursday June 3,2021 Mirror Mirror Salon located at 2613...
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Retail Outlets Open Fort William First Nation.

Retail Outlets Open Fort William First Nation.

stores will be open limited hours (8:00 a.m. to 4:00p.m

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~  May 9, 2020 (LSN)  Fort William First Nation Council has recently made a decision to allow the opening of retail outlets on their reserve. On Tuesday May 5th, the stores opened to all general public. There are new operating requirements put in place. The stores will be open limited hours (8:00 a.m. to 4:00p.m.), social distancing must be practiced, there will be limits to customers in stores, and additional cleaning procedures. The stores must follow and remain up to date with all of the safety requirements by the Canada Labour Code and The Thunder Bay District Health Unit.   The main residential area of Fort William First Nation will continue to only allow residents to access this area.   

Our priority is to ensure our community and our members are safe during this unprecedented health crisis. We continue to encourage members of the public to comply with all recommendations from public health experts to help stop the spread of COVID-19.  Our leadership has procedures in place to deal with situations of occupational exposure to communicable diseases. These policies are reviewed regularly so that we can respond to specific challenges such as COVID-19. 

We can confirm no local members have tested positive for COVID-19 and we hope that trend continues. We continue to support all our members and will continue to make decisions that help limit the spread of COVID-19 in the community.   We strongly advise our members to continue following the advice of the Thunder Bay District Health Unit with respect to self-screening, social distancing, frequent hand-washing with soap, and practicing self-isolation, as advised by public health authorities. 

 

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Road Construction to Close Section of James Street South 

James Street Under Pass  Lake Superior News
 Starting on Monday, May 4, construction will begin on James Street South, between  Gore Street and Kingston Street. Construction will include repairs to storm sewer and concrete  sidewalk. Work is expected to take approximately nine weeks to complete.    

 Montreal Street at Mountdale  Lake Superior News
Traffic Heading east on Montreal to Swing Bridge to get to Fort William First Nation
Traffic heading north South will be directed to take Mountdale Avenue, using Gore Street and  Montreal Street.    

Those traveling near the construction zone are asked to use extra caution and obey all posted  signage.  ‐ 

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  • Magnus Theatre Presents Stolen, Azhen
    Magnus Theatre Presents Stolen, Azhen

    Magnus Theatre Presents Stolen, Azhen

    THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~~  June 10, 2021  (LSN)  What does reconciliation look like in Canada today? That’s the idea behind Magnus Theatre’s upcoming student-led Collective Creation Project. The Collective Creation Project is an annual cooperative effort between Magnus Theatre and local high school students from across the city to create a play around a relevant social issue. Students are guided by professional theatre staff in all aspects of creation, including writing, staging, and performance.

    #LSN_TBay  #LSN_Arts 
     

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  • Kam River Fighting Walleye: Fishing Derby
    Kam River Fighting Walleye: Fishing Derby

    Kam River Fighting Walleye: Fishing Derby

    THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO   ~~~~~~~ May 13, 2021 (LSN)  The Kam River Fighting Walleye is excited to announce details on it’s 1st Annual catch-and-release Fishing Derby on Saturday, July 10th: “KRFW Fishing Fest presented by Sleeping Giant Brewing Co. in support of the Staal Family Foundation. On Saturday, May 15th, registration for the event will open at 12pm. The early bird registration fee is $50, and Under 16 participants can fish for free if accompanied by a registered participant. Being that the official date of the derby is amid family fishing weekend, all types of participants are encouraged to register: especially families, veteran and rookie anglers. 

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