Net Fish and Chill Playlist

By: Tamara Spence, Editor-in-Chief My life is filled with moments on the water, with my rods bending and music playing. Chances are if you know me, you will know of my appreciation for all genres of music and expression. There’s a lot to be said Read More …

The Lieutenant Governor’s Visionaries Prize Makes First Stop in Thunder Bay

Six Visionaries Discuss Reconciliation at Fort William Historical Park Sam Mathers, News Editor   On September 13, the first installment of the Lieutenant Governor’s Visionaries Prize was held in Thunder Bay. Six Ontarians competed by sharing their ideas around reconciliation, including one Lakehead University student. Read More …

Thunder Bay Indigenous Peoples’ Court

Where healing takes place By Tamara Spence, Sports and Recreation Editor, and Hillary Jones After centuries of colonial abuse, oppression, and ongoing systemic racism, the inauguration of the Indigenous Peoples’ Court in Thunder Bay is a long-awaited historical step in the right direction. The Thunder Read More …

The Fabric Of Colonialism

A critical look at the iconic Hudson Bay stripes in relationship to Canada’s history with our Indigenous peoples By: Olivia Levesque, Arts and Culture Editor So what part Hudson’s Bay Company consumerist market have you been sucked into? Is it their “undeniable” Canadiana vibe, the Read More …