Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Officials with the Thunder Bay Port Authority are bragging that April was a strong month for the port. Cargo shipments are up over a third from last year at the same time mostly because more grain has moved through. Officials say that a wide variety of cargo passed through the port including a shipment of wind turbines that were on board a Dutch vessel.
Posted by The Giant 105.3 News at 3:25 PM
Posted by The Giant 105.3 News at 1:49 PM
A local non-profit organization has opened up a community kitchen on the City's South side. Our Kids Count Executive Director Gladys Berringer says after two years and a lot of fundraising they are able to renovate their new kitchen at 704 McKenzie Street. The community kitchen will offer cooking and refrigeration facilities for area families. Almost a half a million dollars in cash and in kind donations made the kitchen a reality.
Posted by The Giant 105.3 News at 12:20 PM
Thunder Bay residents can get excited for warmer than normal weather and very little rain. That's according to our Meteorologist Bill Laidlaw who says we can expect temperamental weather that swings from extremes. He says Lake Superior will play a big roll as it keeps temperatures lower in Thunder Bay than they are in places like Kakabeka Falls and Rosslyn Village. Laidlaw adds the rain will taper off by next week.
Posted by The Giant 105.3 News at 11:39 AM