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view listing for KFC Kentucky Fried ChickenFeatured ListingKFC Kentucky Fried Chicken

The Colonel developed the formula back in the 1930s when he operated a roadside restaurant and motel in Corbin, Kentucky. His blend of 11 herbs and spices developed a loyal following of customers.

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view listing for McDonald's RestaurantFeatured ListingMcDonald's Restaurant

We are proud of the food we serve and we take very seriously the responsibility we have to our customers to deliver hot, safe, freshly prepared and tasty food - every time.

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view listing for Bates Brothers MagicFeatured ListingBates Brothers Magic

B2magic can make your special event even better with a customized magic show by two experienced magicians.The Bates brothers offer short program magic shows suitable for corporate events, childrens parties and more!

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view listing for Wawang Lake ResortFeatured ListingWawang Lake Resort

We are the only "drive to" resort in the midst of "fly-in" country andoffer fishing and hunting similar to that of fly out services. One of ourmost unique features is that our 5,000 acre lake is completely private - for our guests only!

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view listing for Tim HortonsFeatured ListingTim Hortons

Tim Hortons offers a fresh donuts, a cup of coffee, or your favorite homestyle sandwich, where our menu has expanded over the years to meet with growing consumer tastes.

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Thunder Bay Community Information, Articles & Links

Thunder Bay Sports

Hockey Season is upon us!

Fall is the start of the hockey season, and time for other indoor sports like basketball which help keep you in shape over the coming winter, for recreational pursuits (like skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, or hockey).

Our Sports section has lots of good information about many sports, and our event calendar includes the schedule for the local professional and/or Junior A hockey teams.

Skier under blue skies The ski season is soon underway. FoundLocally posts the Northern Ontario ski reports each Thursday, so you can plan your weekend. We also have ski hill info & snow reports for resorts across Canada.

See info on Ski Hills and the Weekly Ski Reports plus all the other winter sports and activities.


Thunder Bay Travel Tourism

Monument to Terry Fox, where he ended his one-legged run across Canada in 1980

Head east along the Transportation-Canada to nearby Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, which juts out into the middle of Lake Superior, North America's largest lake.

Or you can head west to Kakabeka Falls, the Niagara Falls of the North, or further west to Kenora and the visually stunning Lake of the Woods. More...


Thunder Bay Business

Agricore Grain Elevator

Thunder Bay is a major trans-shipment point for prairie wheat, moving it from railways to the Great Lakes freighters.

It has also become a manufacturing and information processing hub, by virtue of its location near the geographical middle of North America.

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Thunder Bay Shopping

Intercity Shop Centre

Thunder Bay has two downtown shopping districts by virtue of it resulting from the amalgamation of neigbhouring communities of Port Arthur and Fort William, as well as the Intercity area whre the "big box" stores are found.


General Photo Credits: Thunder Bay photos Rodd Brindley, Penny Jennings of JenTar Website Design, Thunder Bay and Transportation-Canada Highway photos (and web site research) by Craig Paxton, and Kenora & Red Lake photos by CoverPhoto unless otherwise noted