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view listing for Canadian Tire StoresFeatured ListingCanadian Tire Stores

Canada's leading hardgoods retailer, offering consumers approximately 85,000 diferent Automotive parts and accessories, ports and Leisure, and Home products.

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view listing for Fort William Historical ParkFeatured ListingFort William Historical Park

One of Canada's top outdoor attractions, Fort William Historical Park has something everyone will enjoy: award-winning historic programs, festivals and event, an astronomical observatory, a scenic campground, and outdoor adventure opportunities!

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view listing for LCTaylor Licensed Insolvency TrusteeFeatured ListingLCTaylor Licensed Insolvency Trustee

LCTaylor Licensed Insolvency Trustee offers consumer proposals, bankruptcy, credit counselling and other customized debt solutions in Northwestern Ontario.

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view listing for BrokerLinkFeatured ListingBrokerLink

Whether you're renting your first apartment or considering a retirement property, BrokerLink will help you protect everything of value — including your home, auto, RV, and even the contents of your apartment.

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view listing for Best Western Motor Inn - DrydenFeatured ListingBest Western Motor Inn - Dryden

AAA 3 diamonds only minutes from Dryden's downtown, and 20 minutes away from downhill and cross country ski hills, and right on groomed snowmobile trail. Health club, meeting rooms, restaurants, tennic, game room, and high speed internet access.

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Thunder Bay Sports

Golfing gets you outdoors!

Golfing season is now upon us. Check out this city & area's most complete golf course listings.

  • Thunder Bay Golf Courses
  • Thunder Bay Summertime Sports


  • Thunder Bay Travel Tourism

    Monument to Terry Fox, where he ended his one-legged run across Canada in 1980

    Head east along the Transportation-Canada to nearby Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, which juts out into the middle of Lake Superior, North America's largest lake.

    Or you can head west to Kakabeka Falls, the Niagara Falls of the North, or further west to Kenora and the visually stunning Lake of the Woods. More...


    Thunder Bay Business

    Agricore Grain Elevator

    Thunder Bay is a major trans-shipment point for prairie wheat, moving it from railways to the Great Lakes freighters.

    It has also become a manufacturing and information processing hub, by virtue of its location near the geographical middle of North America.

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    Thunder Bay Shopping

    Intercity Shop Centre

    Thunder Bay has two downtown shopping districts by virtue of it resulting from the amalgamation of neigbhouring communities of Port Arthur and Fort William, as well as the Intercity area whre the "big box" stores are found.


    General Photo Credits: Thunder Bay photos Rodd Brindley, Penny Jennings of JenTar Website Design, Thunder Bay and Transportation-Canada Highway photos (and web site research) by Craig Paxton, and Kenora & Red Lake photos by CoverPhoto unless otherwise noted