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THUNDER BAY – Learning survival skills from four Canadian Rangers from the Far North of Ontario was an outstanding success for a group of soldiers learning how to survive in frigid winter temperatures. “The Rangers are the experts, so it’s been fantastic to have them with us,” said Sergeant Chris Bard. “It’s been a tremendous … Winter, The Great Outdoors, Survival Skills, Outdoors, Hunting, Outdoor, Art, Camping, Winter Survival
NetNewsLedger - Hibernating Black Bear a Highlight of Canadian Ranger Winter Survival Training
THUNDER BAY – Learning survival skills from four Canadian Rangers from the Far North of Ontario was an outstanding success for a group of soldiers learning how to survive in frigid winter temperatures. “The Rangers are the experts, so it’s been fantastic to have them with us,” said Sergeant Chris Bard. “It’s been a tremendous …
KENORA – NEWS  – “Increasing tourism in the North is good for local businesses, hotels, and restaurants,” said Minister Greg Rickford. “That’s why our government is investing in tourism projects that build infrastructure and create jobs across the Northwest.” $1 Million for New Art Centre Announced Today, Minister of Energy, Northern Development and Mines Greg … Centre, Restaurants, Hotels, Local Businesses, Tourism, Infrastructure
NetNewsLedger - Minister Rickford Announces Funding for Kenora Infrastructure Project
KENORA – NEWS – “Increasing tourism in the North is good for local businesses, hotels, and restaurants,” said Minister Greg Rickford. “That’s why our government is investing in tourism projects that build infrastructure and create jobs across the Northwest.” $1 Million for New Art Centre Announced Today, Minister of Energy, Northern Development and Mines Greg …
BANFF – TRAVEL – Parks Canada is committed to the recovery of species like the plains bison. Earlier in August Parks Canada announced that the Banff wild plains bison herd are now officially free-roaming. After being absent from Banff National Park for well over a century, the return of wild plains bison as free-roaming animals … Canada, Rocky Mountains, National Parks, Bison, Bison Photography, Deer Valley, Elk Island National Park, Banff, Bull
NetNewsLedger - Plains Bison now Roaming Free in Banff National Park
BANFF – TRAVEL – Parks Canada is committed to the recovery of species like the plains bison. Earlier in August Parks Canada announced that the Banff wild plains bison herd are now officially free-roaming. After being absent from Banff National Park for well over a century, the return of wild plains bison as free-roaming animals …
Bringing Life to Downtown Fort William THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – Ian Cameron and Community Spokes in The Hub Bazaar provides a unique service in Thunder Bay for cyclists. From his location in the back of The Hub at 507 Victoria Avenue East you can purchase a new re-build bike, or you can go in … Cyclists, Victoria, Fort William, The Hub, Downtown, Service, Community
Community Spokes The Hub
Bringing Life to Downtown Fort William THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – Ian Cameron and Community Spokes in The Hub Bazaar provides a unique service in Thunder Bay for cyclists. From his location in the back of The Hub at 507 Victoria Avenue East you can purchase a new re-build bike, or you can go in …
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NetNewsLedger - Enabling Addicts Fuels Addiction and Destruction of Family
New Water Park Thrills Children and Parents THUNDER BAY – Fun for the family. In a word that is what parents are saying about Thunder Bay’s newest splash pad at the North End Recreation Centre. For many Thunder Bay families, finding safe, fun, and affordable recreation opportunities in the summer presents a challenge. On Monday a … Summer, Parents, Playground Equipment, Water Playground, Park Slide, Water Park, Water Play, Park Equipment
NetNewsLedger - Thunder Bay Children and Families Love "Thunder Canyon"
New Water Park Thrills Children and Parents THUNDER BAY – Fun for the family. In a word that is what parents are saying about Thunder Bay’s newest splash pad at the North End Recreation Centre. For many Thunder Bay families, finding safe, fun, and affordable recreation opportunities in the summer presents a challenge. On Monday a …
THUNDER BAY – Everyone is welcome to take part in this community prayer walk that will be held in memory of Tammy Keeash, who was seventeen years old when her body was found in the Neebing McIntyre Floodway in Thunder Bay. Tammy, and the late Josiah Begg, a fourteen year old from Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug, both … Wisdom, Prayers, Humility, Love And Respect, Truth, Tammy, Hold On, Olds
NetNewsLedger - Community Prayer Walk - June 1 2017
THUNDER BAY – Everyone is welcome to take part in this community prayer walk that will be held in memory of Tammy Keeash, who was seventeen years old when her body was found in the Neebing McIntyre Floodway in Thunder Bay. Tammy, and the late Josiah Begg, a fourteen year old from Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug, both …
NetNewsLedger - Thunder Bay News - "No Confidence in Police Investigations" - NAN Grand Chief Fiddler Police, Bay News, Leader, Conference, Investigations, Chief, First Nations
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NetNewsLedger - Thunder Bay News - "No Confidence in Police Investigations" - NAN Grand Chief Fiddler
NetNewsLedger - Thunder Bay News - "No Confidence in Police Investigations" - NAN Grand Chief Fiddler Grands, Fiddler
NetNewsLedger - "No Confidence in Police Investigations" - NAN Grand Chief Fiddler
NetNewsLedger - Thunder Bay News - "No Confidence in Police Investigations" - NAN Grand Chief Fiddler
Junior Canadian Rangers Test out Elder’s Treat By Peter Moon FORT SEVERN – WASHAHO Cree Nation – Learning how to prepare, cook, and eat caribou heads was a highlight of a day’s training on the land for Junior Canadian Rangers in Fort Severn. “Most of them had never done it before,” said Warrant Officer … Warrant Officer, Canadian, Officer, Canada Goose Jackets, Fort Severn, Severn, Ranger, Fort
NetNewsLedger - Fort Severn - Junior Canadian Rangers Feast on Caribou Head
Junior Canadian Rangers Test out Elder’s Treat By Peter Moon FORT SEVERN – WASHAHO Cree Nation – Learning how to prepare, cook, and eat caribou heads was a highlight of a day’s training on the land for Junior Canadian Rangers in Fort Severn. “Most of them had never done it before,” said Warrant Officer …
FORT HOPE – Bob Nault, Member of Parliament for the Kenora riding, delivered an exciting shipment of packages to students at John C. Yesno Education Centre in Fort Hope First Nation recently. With money raised by Sir John A. McDonald Secondary School, led by student Janaki Mehta, and a generous donation from Canadian Tire’s JumpStart, Nault … Secondary School, Member Of Parliament, Youth, Secondary, Education Center
NetNewsLedger - Fort Hope Youth Enjoy Exciting Day from New Partnership
FORT HOPE – Bob Nault, Member of Parliament for the Kenora riding, delivered an exciting shipment of packages to students at John C. Yesno Education Centre in Fort Hope First Nation recently. With money raised by Sir John A. McDonald Secondary School, led by student Janaki Mehta, and a generous donation from Canadian Tire’s JumpStart, Nault …
OTTAWA – Federal and provincial Ministers, the Honourable Catherine McKenna, the Honourable John Rustad, the Honourable Mary Polak, with Mayor John Helin of the Lax Kw’alaams Band and Harold Leighton, Chief Councillor of the Metlakatla First Nation, today announced an Agreement on Environmental Monitoring of the proposed Pacific NorthWest LNG Project. This is the first Agreement of … Pacific Northwest, Ottawa, Federal, North West, Harold
NetNewsLedger - Pacific NorthWest LNG Project Agreement Signed
OTTAWA – Federal and provincial Ministers, the Honourable Catherine McKenna, the Honourable John Rustad, the Honourable Mary Polak, with Mayor John Helin of the Lax Kw’alaams Band and Harold Leighton, Chief Councillor of the Metlakatla First Nation, today announced an Agreement on Environmental Monitoring of the proposed Pacific NorthWest LNG Project. This is the first Agreement of …
Paris est Charlie.... Paris is standing tall and strong in the aftermath of terror attacks by cowardly murderers Paris, Travel, Paris 2015, Scenic Views, Champs Elysees Paris, Scenic, Champs Elysees, Avenue Des Champs-élysées, Eiffel
NetNewsLedger - Anne Hidalgo Mayor of Paris - "Paris est Charlie"
Paris est Charlie.... Paris is standing tall and strong in the aftermath of terror attacks by cowardly murderers
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train steamed into Thunder Bay right on time tonight to thrill a huge crowd gathered at the CP Station on Syndicate Avenue. Canadian Pacific, Holiday Train, Pacific, Thrill, Avenue, Syndicate
NetNewsLedger - Canadian Pacific Holiday Train 2014 Thrills Thunder Bay
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train steamed into Thunder Bay right on time tonight to thrill a huge crowd gathered at the CP Station on Syndicate Avenue.
Pelé is recovering in San Paulo hospital Sao Paulo, American Football, Santos, Atlanta, Fifa, Brazil, Paulo, Pelé, Futbol
NetNewsLedger - Pelé Recovering in San Paulo Hospital
Pelé is recovering in San Paulo hospital
California Blue Whales have recovered from decades of whaling. Image, Fotografia, Extinction, Permalink, Endangered, Habitats, Large Animals, Coast, Big Animals
NetNewsLedger - California Blue Whales Recovering from Whaling
California Blue Whales have recovered from decades of whaling.
48 tonnes of dead fish are being removed from a lagoon in Mexico Mexico, Lagoon, Dead Fish, Mexican, Dead
NetNewsLedger - 48 Tonnes of Dead Fish in Mexican Lagoon
48 tonnes of dead fish are being removed from a lagoon in Mexico
THUNDER BAY – ENVIRONMENT -There are now 365 personnel from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry on... Nature, Waves, Forestry, Natural Resources, Environment, Ontario
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THUNDER BAY – ENVIRONMENT -There are now 365 personnel from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry on...
Members of 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (2PPCLI) based out of Canadian Forces Base Shilo, Manitoba, aid locals... Canadian Forces, Infantry, Battalion, Locals, Members, The Province, Manitoba
NetNewsLedger - Princess Patricia Light Infantry on Flood Duty in Manitoba
Members of 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (2PPCLI) based out of Canadian Forces Base Shilo, Manitoba, aid locals...
North Star Air Signs Strategic Business Partnership North Star, North, Strategic, Air Signs
North Star Air Signs Strategic Business Partnership
North Star Air Signs Strategic Business Partnership
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NetNewsLedger - Alberta Worries about Rain and Flooding
Alberta
Tourism in New York City offers lots to choose from for all visitors Tours, London, Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, New York City, New York Attractions, Vacation Spots, Go To New York
NetNewsLedger - Memorial Day Weekend in New York
Tourism in New York City offers lots to choose from for all visitors
Shell has agreed to sell its downstream business in Australia -- including the Geelong refinery and its 870 gas stations Gas Station, Geelong, Sells, Europe, Refinery, Gas, Business
NetNewsLedger - Europe Seeks Energy Solutions
Shell has agreed to sell its downstream business in Australia -- including the Geelong refinery and its 870 gas stations
Minister Valcourt - We all agreed on the urgency of investing in Aboriginal Education. Education, Minister, Valcourt, House Of Commons
NetNewsLedger - "Rogue Chiefs" Remark Echoing Across Turtle Island
Minister Valcourt - We all agreed on the urgency of investing in Aboriginal Education.
Northern Ontario School of Medicine School Of Medicine, Medical School
NetNewsLedger - Northern Ontario School of Medicine Community Report
Northern Ontario School of Medicine
Staal Open Local Charity, Alumni, Volunteer, Event, Open, Supportive
NetNewsLedger - Staal Open Volunteer Call-Out
Staal Open
The youth not only participate, but really enjoy the hunt. Photo by Tannis Smith. Hunt, Enjoyment, Goose Hunting
NetNewsLedger - Traditional Cooking in Northern Ontario
The youth not only participate, but really enjoy the hunt. Photo by Tannis Smith.
Under cloudy and wet conditions, the 2014 BMO Vancouver Marathon on Sunday, May 4, 2014, was won by Berhanu Mekonnen of Ethiopia with a time... Sports, Vancouver, Marathon, Winning Time, Bmo, Tug, Win, Ethiopia
NetNewsLedger - Vancouver Marathon Won by Berhany Mekonnen
Under cloudy and wet conditions, the 2014 BMO Vancouver Marathon on Sunday, May 4, 2014, was won by Berhanu Mekonnen of Ethiopia with a time...