About Go To Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay's economy is undergoing a shift, becoming more diversified and sustainable. There are plenty of job and business opportunities but there are gaps in the workforce and an aging demographic causes concern.

The amenities in the city continue to improve and the city itself is evolving in many positive ways. Restaurants are springing up and there are many things to do. It is becoming a vibrant urban hub for all of Northwestern Ontario. With work opportunities, a low cost of living, no traffic congestion and immediate access to fun and wilderness, Thunder Bay offers a high quality authentic northern life style.

Among prospective new residents and prospective business investors there is a lack of awareness about the City and the opportunities that exist here. In response, the Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission (CEDC) has led the "Go To Thunder Bay" campaign with applause and support from many organizations in the community including:

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Why Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre
With 2,694 employees, the largest single employer in Thunder Bay is the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre.

Testimonials

"I really love Thunder Bay because it is a community. People don’t just live alongside each other here like they do in some cities"Holly Freill, Dietician  Read the full story

News

Ontario Centre for Workforce Innovation (OCWI) has been created to provide a collaborative approach to solving workforce challenges. The Northern Hub will be located in Thunder Bay

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