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Kathy Toivonen displays her book, A Century of Sisu, and Brent Kelso, president of the Thunder Bay Finnish Canadian Historical Society displays one on Finnish history during the society’s annual general meeting Sunday. (Brent Linton)
Kathy Toivonen displays her book, A Century of Sisu, and Brent Kelso, president of the Thunder Bay Finnish Canadian Historical Society displays one on Finnish history during the society’s annual general meeting Sunday. (Brent Linton)

Finnish culture in Thunder Bay has steadfastly held true to its roots and one group dedicated to its preservation is reaching out to the public to keep it strong.

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