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True Northern Outfitting: Your Go To Outdoor Adventure Specialists
"We want to build on our reputation of providing outstanding customer service and product knowledge." Dave - Joe's Sports & Surplus Joe's Sports & Surplus is about quality outdoor adventure gear, community support, service after the sale, and high quality customer outfitting assistance and information. If you are into outdoor adventures whether it is snowmobiling, snowshoeing, backpacking, camping, hunting, fishing, and boating, they have the gear for you. When available, they also carry a wide range army surplus clothing and gear. Joe's Sports and Surplus, originally opened as Joe's Variety in 1956 by owner Joe Stortz Sr. In the 1970's Joe Stortz Jr. and his wife Ginette grew the store into Joe's Sports and Surplus where it has been a mainstay…
Big Tires and Big Adventures: Fat Biking in Thunder Bay
I strain against the tug of normalcy and because of that every once in a while I need to toss off the reigns of that insidious beast and head for parts unknown to me.   With winter dragging on I decided with my friend Casey, to toss our Fat Bikes in the truck and head north from Duluth to Thunder Bay for some frozen inspiration. We grabbed a nice room at the Prince Arthur Hotel, a place I have haunted before. The Prince Arthur is like a favorite old sweater that you pull on to relax, comfortable, clean but just a little bit fuzzy at the elbows. I love the P.A. because its staff is super friendly it’s centrally located…
On the way to the North Bay Outdoor Show
I have a soft spot for tourism and hospitality. When people think of their travels as one long romantic novel, they tend to become snobs and can't just enjoy the moment. We are lucky and don't have to travel to see the beauty of the outdoors, awesome beaches, great parties, amazing people, it's all right here in North Bay. I have worked serving tourists in different ways, from flipping burgers to promoting tourism itself. This city has endless possibilities and to it's inhabitants I say: It's your's, you pay to help maintain it, build it, grow it and now it's time to cherish it. Let's work to make this city the talk of the country and this show is the…
Hit the Trails in Town and Country—Snowmobiling in Timmins, Ontario
Timmins is Ontario’s snowmobiling mecca. I know, I know, this is just a bit biased considering I’ve lived here for 27 years now, but this is how I really feel. Northeastern Ontario proves it is the "BIG" snowmobile destination year after year. With an annual average snowfall of 300+ cm and over 440km of groomed trails in the Timmins club alone, you'll quickly realize that if you need guaranteed snow and length of trails for your big sledding trip, this is the place. With a population base of roughly 45,000 people and a rich history of gold mining, the town is modern with excellent accommodations and an everything you could possibly need right at the trailside.  If you're the kind of…
Best Moments In Sports: 2014 Celebrated Through Photographs!
Photographers Donna Hopper, Kenneth Armstrong, Michael Purvis and Shaylan Spurway from SooToday.com capture the action packed sports scene and celebrate Sault Ste. Marie's fans and athletes through photographs! Team Jacobs returned home to the Sault Ste. Marie Airport on February 25, 2014 to a crowd of hundreds after capturing gold in mens curling at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. Donna Hopper/SooToday White Pines runner Jerry McLeod (L) crosses the finish line only twenty-three hundredths of a second behind Superior Heights runner James Mesich during the junior boys 1500 meter run held during the city track and field meet on May 21, 2014. Kenneth Armstrong/SooToday St. Basil student Chris Kramer gestures after finishing first in the senior boys 200 meter dash…
Jordan Nolan seen with the Stanley Cup
Photographers Donna Hopper, Kenneth Armstrong, Michael Purvis and Shaylan Spurway from SooToday.com capture Sault Ste. Marie in photographs exhibiting the true diversity and appeal of the city. A variety of activities, including dog sled pulls, took place on Day 1 of the 2014 Bon Soo Winter Carnival in Sault Ste Marie, Ont. on February 8, 2014. Donna Hopper/SooToday A Tribe Called Red perform at the Sault College Health and Wellness Centre on May 3, 2014 as part of Passport to Unity. Donna Hopper/SooToday A young girl blows bubbles during the first annual Eat Algoma Local Food Festival held on Saturday, June 14, 2014 on Queen Street in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Donna Hopper/SooToday Thousands gather at the Bondar Pavilion to…
Making A Great Trip Unforgettable: A Perfect Winter "Package" For Two!
Choose an exciting package and discover the most popular and exciting attractions in Sault Ste. Marie and make a great trip unforgettable! Relax and rejuvenate at the spa or explore the pristine outdoor landscapes including a 750 foot vertical for an Alpine skiing adventure, endless kilometers of perfectly groomed Nordic ski trails and more! Searchmont Stay & Ski Weekend Package : 2 Night(s)   Includes 2 nights accommodation and 2 daily ski lift tickets per person to ski. Breakfast and/or OLG Casino Sault Ste. Marie packages are included with certain participating accommodations. Night Skiing is FREE with Friday and Saturday Ski/Accommodation Package. This Weekend package is redeemable on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. This package automatically includes the following OLG Casino…
Hockey on the Rock — Sudbury’s Legendary Pond Hockey Festival
One of Canada’s biggest pond hockey festivals kicks off on February 6 as Greater Sudbury Mayor Brian Bigger drops the puck on picturesque Ramsey Lake. For three days, Sudbury plays host to the legendary event, drawing thousands of spectators and marking the celebration of Sudbury’s favourite game. Now in its seventh year, the annual Pond Hockey Festival on the Rock features three days of three-on-three games for players of all ages and abilities. From PeeWee to Masters levels, youth and adult players face off in a “round robin” style tournament played out on the open ice. Snow is cleared to create 10 natural rinks on frozen Ramsey Lake, near Science North. With over 90 teams registered to play, and 3000 to 5000 spectators…
Fishing for fun on Lake Nipissing this Family Day Weekend
If you’re new to the idea of ice fishing, are looking to introduce a friend or are trying to get the kids involved, the fast-approaching Family Fishing Weekend, Feb. 14-16, is a great opportunity, where Canadians can enjoy licence-free fishing across the province. Hugging the shores of Lake Nipissing, which is famous for its ice fishing, North Bay is a great location to start your family fishing trip to Northeastern Ontario.     When the lake freezes over, Lake Nipissing becomes a winter village of ice huts and bungalows dotting the shoreline. Most bungalows are outfitted with the comforts of home: propane furnace, propane lights, cooking utensils, a table and chairs, bunk beds, heated private washroom, and 10" drilled holes are…
5 Cool Facts About Thunder Bay
Thunder Bay has existed as a community for well over 100 years and the history from the city is an interesting one. We've had some name changes along the way but there's so much more than that.  Here are 5 cool things you may not have known about the Lakehead. 1. We almost won the Stanley Cup. In 1911, the Port Arthur Hockey Club played in the Stanley Cup finals. Unfortunately, the team lost to the Ottawa Senators. Years later, another Port Arthur team represented Canada at the 1936 Winter Olympics in Germany, bringing home the silver medal (losing to a team from Great Britain comprised largely of players from Canada.) The Port Arthur team lost in the Stanley Cup finals…

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