28 Facts About Thunder Bay

1. In 1995, Thunder Bay was the site of the World Nordic Games.

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2. Thunder Bay is the site of one of the province of Ontario's Charity Casinos.

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3. Thunder Bay has become the regional centre for cultural life in northwest Ontario.

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4. The City of Thunder Bay, created by the amalgamation of the cities of Fort William and Port Arthur and the adjacent townships of Neebing and McIntyre, is located in the northwest part of Ontario on the west shore of the LAKE SUPERIOR bay of the same name.

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5. Thunder Bay has the second largest population in Northern Ontario, behind Greater Sudbury.

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6. Thunder Bay is the most populous city in Northwestern Ontario.

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7. In 2000, Thunder Bay was named as Forest Capital of Canada.

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8. Thunder Bay is having population around 109,140, it is huge populous area in Northwestern Ontario.

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9. Thunder Bay is having 5 Sister Cities through which tourism, education, goodwill, friendship, education, development and economic.

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10. Thunder Bay Films, the only motion picture studio in the region, was owned primarily by stockholders comprised of residents of Port Arthur and Fort William.

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11. Thunder Bay Films, a local studio, informed American producers of this loophole that would make their films compliant to the new law if production was moved north to Canada.

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12. Thunder Bay moved Diallo to the G League for the first time all season after the rookie had recently surrendered his spot in the rotation to two-way player Deonte Burton.

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13. Thunder Bay has beaten Portland twice in two meetings this season and has a chance to win the season series with a victory Monday night.

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14. Thunder Bay is home to the National Development Centre—Thunder Bay, an elite cross-country ski team that attracts many of Canada's best Junior and U-23 skiers.

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15. Thunder Bay is home to 12 radio stations, all of which broadcast on the FM band.

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16. Thunder Bay has one daily newspaper, The Chronicle-Journal, which has a circulation of approximately 28,000 and has coverage of all of Northwestern Ontario.

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17. Thunder Bay is home to the National Development Centre—Thunder Bay, an elite cross-country ski team that attracts many of Canada's best Junior and U-23 skiers.

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18. Thunder Bay is home to the North of Superior Film Association.

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19. Thunder Bay is home to a variety of music and performance arts venues.

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20. Thunder Bay is served by the Thunder Bay Public Library, which has four branches.

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21. City of Thunder Bay was declared a "Cultural Capital of Canada" in 2003.

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22. The population density of the city of Thunder Bay averaged 328.6 people per square kilometre, compared with an average of 14.8 for Ontario.

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23. The Port of Thunder Bay is the largest outbound port on the St Lawrence Seaway System, and the sixth largest port in Canada.

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24. Thunder Bay is composed of two formerly separate cities, Port Arthur and Fort William.

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25. Thunder Bay has more of a continental climate in comparison.

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26. Thunder Bay has become the regional services centre for Northwestern Ontario with most provincial departments represented.

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27. On 1 January 1970, the City of Thunder Bay was formed through the merger of the cities of Fort William, Port Arthur, and the geographic townships of Neebing and McIntyre.

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28. Thunder Bay is a city in, and the seat of, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, Canada.

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