FASD Training Event


Featuring Dan Dubovsky, M.S.W., Fetal Spectrum Disorder Specialist. The Complexities of FASD—Working Towards Successful Outcomes. Monday, September 18th, 2017 from 8:30am to 4:30pm. Register and more info: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07eecnuvum8a352c02&llr=tr4nafqab


Date :

Monday, September 18, 2017 at 8:30 am


Event location :

Thunder Bay, ON


Contact :

Cheryl Dunbabin
E-mail: cdunbabin@norwestchc.org
Phone number: (807) 6268506

5th Annual Rural Health Fair

  5th Annual Rural Health Fair: Cultivating Your Community Roots Saturday, May 14th 2016 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm Kakabeka Falls School 1 Porter St, Kakabeka Falls (corner of HWY 11/17 and Porter St)   5th Annual Rural Health Fair: Cultivating Your Community Roots • Free • Workshops • Over

Scott Woods – Fiddling in the key of ….eh?

Fasten your seat belts for some great Canadian step dancing and more! This fun filled live show explores great Canadian fiddling styles from Cape Breton and Scottish to Acadian and Irish, French Canadian, Metis and Eastern European.  And with great Canadian fiddling comes great Canadian step dancing so fasten your seat

Explore Thunder Bay ONTARIO

Thunder Bay, Ontario is known as the 'the world's largest freshwater port'. For the vacationer looking for a whole myriad of outdoor recreation opportunities, Thunder Bay is a city that fits the bill.

When you visit here, you can choose to spend many days at our parks, which offer a host of entertainment within themselves. Or you can venture to our rejuvenated waterfront area, or go downtown. Perhaps you would like to experience the culture here in Thunder Bay. Go to Little Finland for fun shopping and eating. If you have never been to Thunder Bay or you are a returning visitor and would like to find out about places to stay, stores to shop at and things to do, visit our Business Directory.