Month: January 2020

Northern Delights Festival Returns to Celebrate the Culinary Scene

Northern Delights Festival Returns to Celebrate the Culinary Scene Thursday January 23, 2020 – Tourism Thunder Bay is pleased to announce the Northern Delights Festival will be returning to Thunder Bay for its fifth celebration. Held bi-annually, Northern Delights is Thunder Bay’s fall and winter culinary festival which was first established in 2015 by local …

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Local Immigration Partners Aim to Educate on Positive Economic Impacts of Immigration

Local Immigration Partners Aim to Educate on Positive Economic Impacts of Immigration Wednesday January 22, 2020 – A public information session was hosted by the Northwestern Ontario Local Immigration Partnership and Thunder Bay Multicultural Association in partnership with the Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission (CEDC) on Tuesday, Jan. 21, at the Italian Cultural Center. …

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Thunder Bay Announced As Major Embarkation Point for Viking Expeditions Cruises

Thunder Bay Announced As Major Embarkation Point for Viking Expeditions Cruises Thursday January 16, 2020 – Tourism Thunder Bay is pleased to announce the largest vessel and investment in Great Lakes cruise shipping will see Thunder Bay positioned a major embarkation hub for Viking Expeditions. On Jan. 15, Viking announced that it will expand its …

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Thunder Bay CEDC Seeks to Bridge Local Labour Gap by Uniting Foreign Skilled Workers with Local Employers

Thunder Bay CEDC Seeks to Bridge Local Labour Gap by Uniting Foreign Skilled Workers with Local Employers Tuesday January 14, 2020 – The Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission (CEDC) hosted an employer information session today aimed at educating local employers about the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP). There was over 13 employers in …

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