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The city reflects the settlement patterns of the 19th century and sprawls. The land adjoining the lower Kaministiquia River became the residential and central business district of the town and city of Fort William. A large uninhabited area adjoining the Neebing and McIntyre rivers, which became known as Intercity, separated Fort William from the residential and central business district of Port Arthur.

At the extreme east of the city, a part of McIntyre Township was annexed to the town of Port Arthur in , forming what later became known as the Current River area. The former Port Arthur section is more typical of the Canadian Shield , with gently sloping hills and very thin soil lying on top of bedrock with many bare outcrops.

Thunder Bay, which gives the city its name, is about The former Fort William section occupies flat alluvial land along the Kaministiquia River. In the river delta are two large islands: Mission Island and McKellar Island.

Since , the central business districts of Fort William and Port Arthur have suffered a serious decline. Business and government relocated to new developments in the Intercity area. There has also been substantial residential growth in adjacent areas of the former Neebing and McIntyre townships. The average daily temperatures range from The average daily high in July is The city is quite sunny, with an average of hours of bright sunshine each year, ranging from Thunder Bay has more of a continental climate in comparison.

In , Thunder Bay was the city with the highest per-capita rate of homicides in Canada. Winnipeg had previously held the distinction of having the highest rate from the years to This was the second highest decrease in any major Canadian city, behind only Moncton, New Brunswick.

Both still retain much of their distinct civic identities, reinforced by the buffering effect of the Intercity area between them. Port Arthur and Fort William each has its own central business districts and suburban areas. Some of the more well-known neighbourhoods include: Within city limits are some small rural communities, such as Vickers Heights and North McIntyre, which were located in the former townships of Neebing and McIntyre, respectively.

The city is governed by a mayor and twelve councillors. The mayor and five of the councillors are elected at large by the whole city. Seven councillors are elected for the seven wards: A large formation of mesas on the Sibley Peninsula in Lake Superior which resembles a reclining giant has become a symbol of the city.

Sibley peninsula partially encloses the waters of Thunder Bay, and dominates the view of the lake from the northern section of the city formerly Port Arthur. The Sleeping Giant also figures on the city's coat of arms and the city flag. The city logo depicts a stylized thunderbird , called Animikii, a statue of which is located on the city's Kaministiquia River Heritage Park.

The slogan, Superior by Nature , is a double play on words reflecting the city's natural setting on Lake Superior. Thunder Bay's flag was created in , when mayor Saul Laskin wanted to promote the city by having a distinctive flag. The city held a contest, which was won by Cliff Redden. The flag has a 1: The sun is represented by a red maple leaf , a symbol of Canada. Green and gold are Thunder Bay's city colours. Thunder Bay has five sister cities on three continents, [35] which are selected based on economic, cultural and political criteria.

As the largest city in Northwestern Ontario, Thunder Bay is the region's commercial, administrative and medical centre. Many of the city's largest single employers are in the public sector. The grain trade has declined because of the loss of grain transportation subsidies and the loss of European markets.

The gradual transition from shipping by train and boat to shipping by truck, and the Canada—United States Free Trade Agreement have ended Thunder Bay's privileged position as a linchpin in Canadian east—west freight-handling trade. However, in recent years shipments through the port of Thunder Bay have stabilized, and remains an important part of the Saint Lawrence Seaway.

In an effort to rejuvenate its economy, the city has been actively working to attract quaternary or "knowledge-based" industries, primarily in the fields of molecular medicine and genomics.

Thunder Bay receives air, rail and shipping traffic due to its prime location along major continental transportation routes. Greyhound Canada provides coach service to both regional and national destinations, with the municipally owned Thunder Bay Transit providing 17 routes across the city's urban area.

The city is served by the Thunder Bay International Airport , the fourth busiest airport in Ontario by aircraft movements. The city is an important railway hub, served by both the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Railway. Passenger rail service to Thunder Bay ended on 15 January , with the cancellation of Via Rail 's southern transcontinental service.

The Port of Thunder Bay is the largest outbound port on the St. Lawrence Seaway System , [49] and the sixth largest port in Canada. Other health care services include the St. Joseph's Hospital, and Hogarth Riverview Manor. The city is also home to a variety of smaller medical and dental clinics. According to the Census , there were , people residing in Thunder Bay on 10 May , of whom Residents 19 years of age or younger accounted for approximately People aged by 20 and 39 years accounted for The average age of a Thunder Bayer in May was Between the censuses of and , Thunder Bay's population decreased by 0.

The population density of the city of Thunder Bay averaged The total population has been stagnant or declining since amalgamation in According to the census, Thunder Bay was home to 13, people of Finnish descent, [52] the highest concentration of people of Finnish origin per capita in Canada.

Thunder Bay has a large Aboriginal population representing The census states that Thunder Bay's main tourist attraction is Fort William Historical Park , a reconstruction of the North West Company 's Fort William fur trade post as it was in , which attracts , visitors annually.

There are several small surface amethyst mines in the area, some of which allow visitors to search for their own crystals. Other tourists attractions are listed below. Thunder Bay has 38 elementary schools , 3 middle schools , 8 secondary schools , 2 private schools , and an adult education facility. The city also has several other private for-profit colleges and tutoring programmes.

The Lakehead District School Board is the largest school board in the city, with 22 elementary schools, 4 secondary schools and a centre for adult studies. The Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board is the second largest with 16 elementary schools, 3 middle schools and 2 high schools. Shags, a combination shower and stag held to celebrate the engagement of a couple, [59] and Persians , a cinnamon bun pastry with pink icing, originated in the city.

Thunder Bay is home to a variety of music and performance arts venues. The largest professional theatre is Magnus Theatre. The Thunder Bay Community Auditorium , which seats , is the primary venue for various types of entertainment. It is the home of the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra , which has 30 full-time and up to 20 extra musicians presenting a full range of classical music.

The Bay Street Film Festival , established in , is an independent film festival that features local, national, and international films with the theme of "Films for the People. Established in , the NOSFA features monthly screenings of international and Canadian films at the Cumberland Cinema Centre, with a spring film festival that attracts several thousand patrons.

Its mission is "to encourage and promote the development of the writers and literature of Northwestern Ontario. NOWW also hosts an annual LitFest in May which includes an awards presentation to the winners of its international annual writing contest.

The Thunder Bay Art Gallery , which was founded in , specializes in the works of First Nations artists, having a collection of national significance. The Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society, founded in , presents local and traveling exhibitions and houses an impressive collection of artifacts, photographs, paintings, documents and maps in its archives. Thunder Bay has many places of worship supported by people of a variety of faiths, reflecting the cultural diversity of the population.

Thunder Bay's proximity to the wilderness of the Boreal Forest and the rolling hills and mountains of the Canadian Shield allow its residents to enjoy very active lifestyles. Thunder Bay enjoys many recreational facilities. The city operates fifteen neighbourhood community centres, which offer various sporting and fitness facilities as well as seasonal activities such as dances. The city also operates six indoor ice rinks and 84 seasonal outdoor rinks, [72] two indoor community pools and three seasonal outdoor pools as well as a portable pool and two maintained public beaches, several curling sheets, and three golf courses, among others.

Thunder Bay has one daily newspaper, The Chronicle-Journal , which has a circulation of approximately 28, and has coverage of all of Northwestern Ontario. There are two weekly newspapers: Lakehead University has a student newspaper called The Argus, which is published weekly during the school year. Three English-language stations supply Thunder Bay with free digital over-the-air television.

Thunder Bay is home to 12 radio stations, all of which broadcast on the FM band. There are four commercial radio stations based in the city — Rock 94 and From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Thunder Bay disambiguation.

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