Places: Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada

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Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake
Archaeological Reconnaissance at the Rowdy Lake Portage Site (EdKo-6), Kenora Region, North-western Ontario by Scott Hamilton
Bora Laskin: Bringing Law to Life (Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History) by Philip Girard
The Factory Voice by Jeanette Lynes
Girl of Nightmares by Kendare Blake
High on the Big Stone Heart: And Further Adventures in the Boreal Heartland by Charles Wilkins
If I Fall, If I Die by Michael Christie
Lake Superior Secrets: Photographs & Reflections by Bruce Montagne
Milk Bottles and Dairies of Thunder Bay and Area, 1906-2003 by Dave Maclean
More Bill Bramah's Ontario by Bill Bramah
Paddle-to-the-Sea by Holling C. Holling
Ravenous by Heidi Loney
School on Wheels by Karl Schuessler
Terry by Douglas Coupland
Terry Fox: A Story of Hope by Maxine Trottier
Terry Fox: His Story (Revised) by Leslie Scrivener
Thunder Bay by William Kent Krueger
Thunder Bay : from rivalry to unity- The city of Thunder Bay was only created in 1970. Yet for over 9,000 years settlements have existed on the sheltered bay that bears the same name. Europeans arrived and established permanent buildings there as early as 1683 and the site achieved significance far beyond its borders almost 200 years ago! Even as an urban centre, the community (formerly Fort William and Port Arthur) is well into its second century. by Thorold John Tronrud
Value of Facing a Challenge: The Story of Terry Fox (Valuetales.) by Ann Donegan Johnson
WALK TO NEW YORK by Charles Wilkins
We're All in This Together by Amy Jones

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