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77 Mile Creek Road
Grand Portage, Minnesota
Municipality of Shuniah
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Lake Superior Shipwreck Map -
Historically accurate shipwreck posters, of Lake Superior, 24 x 30 inches, shipped rolled in a tube.
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Campfire Comedy Jon Dore at Davinci Centre
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ March 24, 2022 (LSNews) Campfire Comedy is bringing stand-up comedy back to Thunder Bay in a big way!
We have an incredible lineup of shows planned for the first half of 2022 with more to come and we continue to offer private shows all year round for anyone looking to liven up their next party or work event.
FORT WILLIAM HISTORICAL PARK TO REOPEN JUNE 3, 2022
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ May 31, 2022 (LSNews) Following severe flooding from the Kaministiquia River, restoration of Fort William Historical Park is well underway. The site is currently available for weddings and conferences, with living history guided tours and campground use to resume on Friday, June 3. Full public program activities will resume on Canada Day, with summer day camps proceeding as planned through July and August.
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Snowbirds season kicks off June 3 to 4 in Thunder Bay
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ December 26, 2022 (LSNews) The Canadian Forces Snowbirds team just released their initial air show schedule for next year, which includes just one show in British Columbia at the Abbotsford International Airshow in August.
Their show season kicks off June 3 to 4 in Thunder Bay, Ont., and is followed by a majority of shows in Canada from coast to coast.
Agawa Canyon Tour Train dates for 2023 season
SAULT STE MARIE, ONTARIO ~~~~~~~ January 17, 2023 (LSNews) Tourism Sault Ste. Marie and the Agawa Canyon Tour Train are excited to announce the return of the train for the 2023 season. This season the train will operate until October 15, a week longer than the traditional final date of the tour train.
“The 2022 season was a success,” said Wes Logan, Director of Operations at the Agawa Canyon Railroad, which owns the tour train. “That was our first year operating this service and we were delighted with the positive feedback we received from our customers and team members about the experience. In the off-season our team is focused on maintaining the track and canyon park, updating seating in select coaches, and improving sightlines and window replacement. This is all being done to ensure the iconic train continues to provide a world class experience for visitors.”