Sunday, March 2, 2014

Screen For Life Coach Expands Services

The Screen For Life Coach is expanding its Cervical Cancer screening services, to now include women aged 30 and older. Dr. Stephanie Block says the services were originally only offered to woman 50 years or older. The coach will be in the city until the end of March before touring the region in April.

City Should See GDP Increase

The Conference Board of Canada is anticipating an increase in Thunder Bay's GDP this year. The growth is being attributed to an increase in non-residential construction and manufacturing. If the reports predictions are true it would mark the second consecutive year the city has posted a 1.5 percent increase.

TB Man Arrested In Police Dog Death

The Alberta Prosecutor's Office is sentencing 27-year old Paul Vukmanich of Thunder Bay to 26-months in prison. Vukmanich killed an Edmonton Police Dog in early October, he is also prohibited from owning a pet for the next 25-years.