Superior Country Blog

February 8th, 2024

Thunder Bay Downhill Skiing

Winter in Thunder Bay is a long season, yes, but make no mistake, we LOVE the snow. Here, we luck out big time, with that fluffy white stuff piling up …

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December 20th, 2023

3 Thunder Bay Motorcycle Rides

Sitting on the crystal clear shores of Lake Superior is the city of Thunder Bay, a motorcycle hotspot for those who love to ride. The area is surrounded by winding …

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December 20th, 2023

Riding the Giant

Embarking on the journey from Thunder Bay to Silver Islet offers an exhilarating experience for motorcycle enthusiasts, often dubbed as the “Ride the Giant.” This picturesque route spans approximately 65 …

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December 13th, 2023

Thunder Bay’s Motorcycle Shops and Services

If you are a motorcycle enthusiast in Thunder Bay, you are in luck. The city offers a variety of motorcycle shops and services that cater to riders of all levels …

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December 12th, 2023

Ice Thickness Safety

Winter is here, and so are the frozen lakes and ponds. But before you lace up your skates or grab your fishing rod, you need to know how to stay …

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November 21st, 2023

Small Town Life: I Wouldn’t Have it Any Other Way

Imagine strolling down the main street of a small Northern Ontario town. The air is crisp with the scent of fresh pine, and there’s a gentle breeze at your cheeks. …

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November 20th, 2023

Things to Do: The Norval Morrisseau Monument

In Nipigon, Ontario, you’ll find a special monument paying tribute to the legendary Indigenous artist and member of the Indigenous Group of Seven, Norval Morrisseau. Crafted in the likeness of …

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November 20th, 2023

About Norval Morrisseau

Indigenous Group of Seven artist Norval Morrisseau has been monumental in creating space for Indigenous art to grow and thrive. Also known as the “Picasso of the North,” his natural …

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November 20th, 2023

About The Indigenous Group of Seven

The Indigenous Group of Seven, also known as the Professional Native Indian Artists Inc., was established in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in the early 1970s. Members of the Indigenous Group of Seven …

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