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The NorWest Community Health Centres (CHCs) has been serving the District of Thunder Bay for over 25 years. We are part of a network of more than 75 Community Health Centres in Ontario. We offer holistic, comprehensive, inter-professional, community-based primary care services, health promot…

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What To Do runs in The Chronicle-Journal Classified Section every Wed, Thur, Fri & Sat. Deadline for submission is by noon Monday, one week in advance. Cost is $10 - 25 words; $5 each addt'l 25 words. (In exception are non-profit organizations who provide a charitable registration number…

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What To Do runs in The Chronicle-Journal Classified Section every Wed, Thur, Fri & Sat. Deadline for submission is by noon Monday, one week in advance. Cost is $10 - 25 words; $5 each addt'l 25 words. (In exception are non-profit organizations who provide a charitable registration number…

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What To Do runs in The Chronicle-Journal Classified Section every Wed, Thur, Fri & Sat. Deadline for submission is by noon Monday, one week in advance. Cost is $10 - 25 words; $5 each addt'l 25 words. (In exception are non-profit organizations who provide a charitable registration number…

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What To Do runs in The Chronicle-Journal Classified Section every Wed, Thur, Fri & Sat. Deadline for submission is by noon Monday, one week in advance. Cost is $10 - 25 words; $5 each addt'l 25 words. (In exception are non-profit organizations who provide a charitable registration number…

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What To Do runs in The Chronicle-Journal Classified Section every Wed, Thur, Fri & Sat. Deadline for submission is by noon Monday, one week in advance. Cost is $10 - 25 words; $5 each addt'l 25 words. (In exception are non-profit organizations who provide a charitable registration number…

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What To Do runs in The Chronicle-Journal Classified Section every Wed, Thur, Fri & Sat. Deadline for submission is by noon Monday, one week in advance. Cost is $10 - 25 words; $5 each addt'l 25 words. (In exception are non-profit organizations who provide a charitable registration number…

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At the heart of our community, on 1 Paul Shaffer Drive, stands the Thunder Bay Community Auditorium an impressive 1,500 seat performing arts centre. Since its grand opening on October 16, 1985, the TBCA has been host to countless events and millions of patrons.

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Respite is a break from the ongoing demands of providing care for a family member who has a disability or chronic health condition. Wesway offers short-term care which gives family caregivers some time to renew their energy. Respite care is a crucial part of the overall support many people n…

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Our ICAN! program (Independence, Confidence, Achievements, Networking) provides an opportunity for individuals with a disability, over the age of twelve, to network, establish friendships, and have fun. The program runs one evening per week and includes activities such as karaoke, cheerleadi…

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Thunder Bay Counselling Centre provides counselling, education and support services to help people make positive changes in their lives.

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TBAVS mandate is to provide, through volunteers, IMMEDIATE emotional and practical assistance to victims of crime and tragedy, through police and fire personnel, and with consent of the victim, 24 hours, 7 days a week.

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Shelter House is a temporary and transitional service that exists to provide short term relief to those people in need of shelter, food and clothing, and to support access to the resources and services these people require in order to improve their own capacity to meet their basic needs.

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The Canadian Red Cross is the leading humanitarian organization through which people voluntarily demonstrate their caring for others in need.

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Our goal is that ALL people live in a state of dignity, share in all elements of living in the community and have the opportunity to participate effectively.

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Persons United for Self Help in Northwestern Ontario (PUSH Northwest) is a non-profit, charitable organization that actively works to remove barriers to inclusion faced by people with all types of disabilities in Northwestern Ontario. We are entirely volunteer-run and consumer-driven, and ha…

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The Salvation Army is an international Christian organization that began its work in Canada in 1882 and has grown to become the largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in the country. The Salvation Army gives hope and support to vulnerable people today and everyday in 400…

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CNIB is a registered charity, passionately providing community-based support, knowledge and a national voice to ensure blind and partially sighted Canadians have the confidence, skills and opportunities to fully participate in life.

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Boys and Girls Clubs of Thunder Bay is a non-profit agency which provides recreational, educational, social and environmental programs to children and youths 4 -18.

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The Alzheimer Society of Thunder Bay exists to alleviate the personal and social consequences of Alzheimer Disease and related disorders and to promote research.

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Autism Ontario is dedicated to increasing public awareness about autism and the day-to-day issues faced by individuals with autism, their families, and the professionals with whom they interact. The association and its chapters share common goals of providing information and education, suppo…

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The Arthritis Society is Canada’s principal arthritis health charity dedicated to funding and promoting arthritis education, research-based solutions and community-based support. The Society empowers the more than 4 million Canadians with arthritis, 1.8 million in Ontario alone, to live thei…

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AIDS Thunder Bay is the leading source for confidential HIV / AIDS information and support in Northwestern Ontario.

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Since 1976, the Thunder Bay Art Gallery has served the needs of Northwestern Ontario artists and art audiences while providing an important link to other cultural centres.

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At the heart of our community, on 1 Paul Shaffer Drive, stands the Thunder Bay Community Auditorium an impressive 1,500 seat performing arts centre. Since its grand opening on October 16, 1985, the TBCA has been host to countless events and millions of patrons.