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  • Canadian Peacekeeper in Haiti sends thanks for card
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 16 Jan 1996, B1     open letter ; Canadian peacekeeper stationed in Haiti ; assigned to the United Nations ; Munn, Corp. J. Kevin
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 16 Jan 1996, B1   open letter ; Canadian peacekeeper stationed in Haiti ; assigned to the United Nations ; Munn, Corp. J. Kevin
  • Brace yourselves! Here comes the Colorado Low!
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 17 Jan 1996, A1     weather ; photo
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 17 Jan 1996, A1   weather ; photo
  • Public turns out for information sessions
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 17 Jan 1996, A3     Lakehead Board of Education ; standing-room-only crowd ; Director of Education Jim McCuaig ; budget information session
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 17 Jan 1996, A3   Lakehead Board of Education ; standing-room-only crowd ; Director of Education Jim McCuaig ; budget information session
  • Board told to resubmit final offer
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 17 Jan 1996, A4     Dryden Board of Education ; Dryden ; Sioux Lookout ; Ignace ; Education Relations Commission ; board did not follow proper procedures in submitting the offer ; Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation Branch 28
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 17 Jan 1996, A4   Dryden Board of Education ; Dryden ; Sioux Lookout ; Ignace ; Education Relations Commission ; board did not follow proper procedures in submitting the offer ; Ontario Secondary School ...
  • Partners join First Marathon : Investment firm scoops personnel from Midland Walwyn
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 17 Jan 1996, A12     Orr, Michael ; First Marathon Securities Ltd.
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 17 Jan 1996, A12   Orr, Michael ; First Marathon Securities Ltd.
  • Thunder Bay's Louise Blake is convinced that Paul Newman is... More than just a Pretty Face
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 17 Jan 1996, B1     Blake, Louise ; Newman, Paul ; two-time winner in recipe contests supported by the actor ; Newman's Own
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 17 Jan 1996, B1   Blake, Louise ; Newman, Paul ; two-time winner in recipe contests supported by the actor ; Newman's Own
  • Heritage releases year-end report
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 17 Jan 1996, B1     Sister Bonnie MacLellan, executive director ; St. Joseph's Heritage ; 17 years of service
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 17 Jan 1996, B1   Sister Bonnie MacLellan, executive director ; St. Joseph's Heritage ; 17 years of service
  • I-500 snowmobile race on hold again : unsafe ground conditions cited in Thunder Bay - Minneapolis event
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 18 Jan 1996, A3     Full text available on microfilm....
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 18 Jan 1996, A3   Full text available on microfilm....
  • Marathon looks to revive drop-in
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 18 Jan 1996, A4     need for a youth drop-in centre ; facility could be resurrected this summer ; Edwards, Colleen
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 18 Jan 1996, A4   need for a youth drop-in centre ; facility could be resurrected this summer ; Edwards, Colleen
  • Nesbitt bears brunt of blame : Ex-Ukrainian credit union directors deny blame for demise
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 27 Feb 1996, A3     Nesbitt Burns Inc. ; Ukrainian (Fort William) Credit Union Ltd. ; sued by provincial regulators ; investment in derivatives
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 27 Feb 1996, A3   Nesbitt Burns Inc. ; Ukrainian (Fort William) Credit Union Ltd. ; sued by provincial regulators ; investment in derivatives
  • Court rejects band's gambling appeals
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 27 Feb 1996, A3     aboriginal bands ; lost their bid to overturn gaming convictions ; provincial governments ; control gambling on native reserves ; bingo ; Eagle Lake ; Shawanaga band
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 27 Feb 1996, A3   aboriginal bands ; lost their bid to overturn gaming convictions ; provincial governments ; control gambling on native reserves ; bingo ; Eagle Lake ; Shawanaga band
  • Women's group fights lawsuit
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 27 Feb 1996, A3     $1.25-million slander and libel suit ; Thunder Bay Immigrant and Visible Minority Women's Organization ; chairwoman Christiene Hall ; Chaput, Greg ; Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 27 Feb 1996, A3   $1.25-million slander and libel suit ; Thunder Bay Immigrant and Visible Minority Women's Organization ; chairwoman Christiene Hall ; Chaput, Greg ; Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation
  • Hospital board's decisions 'right': Chairman defends bylaw changes
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 27 Feb 1996, A4     Thunder Bay Regional Hospital ; Ringius, Dave ; criticism levelled at the board ; McKellar General Hospital chairman Cliff Bowles ; no right to suspend elections
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 27 Feb 1996, A4   Thunder Bay Regional Hospital ; Ringius, Dave ; criticism levelled at the board ; McKellar General Hospital chairman Cliff Bowles ; no right to suspend elections
  • Electrical co-op draws interest : Regional utilities' proposal welcomed as a 'fresh idea'
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 1 Mar 1996, A1     committee studying competition in Ontario's electricity system ; won't decide whether to buy into a made-in-the-North plan for reform until the end of April ; electrical utility co-op ; Thunder Bay Hydro ; Hebert, Larry ; Municipal Electric Association ; replace Ontario Hydro
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 1 Mar 1996, A1   committee studying competition in Ontario's electricity system ; won't decide whether to buy into a made-in-the-North plan for reform until the end of April ; electrical utility co-op ; Thunder ...
  • Can Car produced Hawker Hurricanes [Thunder Bay Museum]
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 26 Feb 1996, B5     Hawker Hurricane ; Can Car & Foundry Co. ; Thunder Bay Museum ; photo
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 26 Feb 1996, B5   Hawker Hurricane ; Can Car & Foundry Co. ; Thunder Bay Museum ; photo
  • Mayor to get tough with grain pool owners : Promises there'll be 'no co-operation' unless city sees back taxes and guarantees
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 26 Feb 1996, A3     Mayor David Hamilton ; "play hardball" ; past and present owners of the old Saskatchewan Wheat Pool's 4A and 4B buildings and property ; elevators ; tax arrears
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 26 Feb 1996, A3   Mayor David Hamilton ; "play hardball" ; past and present owners of the old Saskatchewan Wheat Pool's 4A and 4B buildings and property ; elevators ; tax arrears
  • Council pulls no punches with local groups : Aldermen send local health council, owner of Sask. Pool elevators blunt messages
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 27 Feb 1996, A3     Thunder Bay District Health Council ; Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Elevators 4A and 4B ; Mayor David Hamilton ; Thunder Bay Regional Hospital-McKellar ; child health care services ; city council
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 27 Feb 1996, A3   Thunder Bay District Health Council ; Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Elevators 4A and 4B ; Mayor David Hamilton ; Thunder Bay Regional Hospital-McKellar ; child health care services ; city council
  • District health council fires back at mayor : 'Old Mr. Hamilton has a role to play' in impasse involving representative of city council
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 28 Feb 1996, A3     Thunder Bay District Health Council ; Mayor David Hamilton ; Ald. Joe Vanderwees ; Health Council chairman Dr. Stewart Kennedy
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 28 Feb 1996, A3   Thunder Bay District Health Council ; Mayor David Hamilton ; Ald. Joe Vanderwees ; Health Council chairman Dr. Stewart Kennedy
  • Workers cross OPSEU line : First day of strike sees 14 union city members report to work
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 28 Feb 1996, A3     Ontario Public Service Employees Union ; photo
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 28 Feb 1996, A3   Ontario Public Service Employees Union ; photo
  • OPSEU strike limits snow-clearing job
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 28 Feb 1996, A3     Ontario Public Service Employees Union ; Jim Wilson, traffic manager for Bulk Systems Ontario Ltd. ; pulp trucks ; roads had become icy and treacherous ; highways
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 28 Feb 1996, A3   Ontario Public Service Employees Union ; Jim Wilson, traffic manager for Bulk Systems Ontario Ltd. ; pulp trucks ; roads had become icy and treacherous ; highways
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