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Happy New Year 2010 Thunder Bay!

A new year and a new decade is upon us at last! We hope that everyone in Thunder Bay had a blast welcoming 2010 and that we can now start to forget about the challenges that have marked the previous year to give way to a guaranteed more eventful year especially with the upcoming Winter Olympics drawing right at our doorsteps.

After all the New Year’s party hang-over is done, after we have continued our annual traditions and superstitions to welcome the New Year, it is once again time to contemplate on all the great things that is in store for Thunder Bay for the coming year.

To start with, the Olympic torch will be passing by on Thunder Bay tomorrow and it would be best to show the world what our city is all about by showing our support the best way we can.

Again, Happy New Year Thunder Bay and let’s all show some Canadian love in the passing of the Olympic Torch tomorrow!

Let’s All Welcome the New Year Safely

Thunder Bay is once again on the edge of its seat as the challenging 2009 ends and the more promising 2010 approaches. Everyone is more than ready to blow what this year brought with whatever fireworks they can get a hold of and it is for this reason that one of our local fireworks seller is giving us a friendly reminder to be extra careful come the new year.

Regardless of the fact that the risk of accidental fire setting off from a fireworks display is at its lowest during the winter, with more of Thunder Bay getting ready to light the fuses of their own fireworks, it is always a good idea to be extra careful especially with the new year’s party pouring in the drinks.

It is strongly advised that fireworks users carefully read the instructions of whatever fireworks they have prepared to welcome the New Year before lighting the fuse. Doing so should be more than enough to assist consumers in properly setting these sky beauties without bringing in unwanted surprises.

Hold on tight Thunder Bay! Let’s all welcome 2010 with a blast – safely!