Thursday, November 11, 2010

Dog park death unfortunate says councillor

A Thunder Bay city councillor is concerned about the death of a dog at a city "off leash" park.  The owner of a Chihuahua says her pet was mauled by another dog at the park.   Rebecca Johnson hopes something can be done to prevent another incident.  She calls the dog's death unfortunate.

Thousands attend Remembrance Day ceremonies in Thunder Bay

Honouring our fallen country men was on the minds of over 2 thousand people who attended the Remembrance ceremony at Waverly Park this morning. Dozens of organizations paid their respects by laying a wreath.  Other ceremonies were held at Mount McKay and Fort William Gardens.

PARO Centre hands out business awards

The PARO Centre for Women's Enterprises have handed out its 2010 Business Women of Distinction awards.  The winners included Erika Maki of A Spa for You, Jean Paul of Jean Paul Photography, Sharla Brown of Journey to Wellness, Marcia Aprin of All the Daze Productions, Loretta Shymko of Loretta's Hand Knits and Linda Bruins of An Extra Hand.

Kenora OPP investigating hotel death

Kenora OPP are investigating after a man was found dead in a hotel room.  Staff at the hotel called police yesterday morning when they found the man.  Police haven't released any names or cause but say an examination is being conducted.