Mystery deepens around historic tugboat sunk near Thunder Bay

Shipwreck found near Welcome Islands three years ago likely not that of historic tug, archaeologist says.

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Researchers use sonar at Boulevard Lake rock formation

Researchers at Lakehead University are now using sonar as they investigate a mysterious circle of rocks in Boulevard Lake.

Scott Hamilton, a faculty member in Lakehead's department of anthropology, supervises two students working on the project, Chris McEvoy and Jason Stephenson.

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Local anthropologist talks about the "hobbits" of human evolution

Dr. Matt Tocheri led a presentation on what is known about the extinct human species known as Homo Floresiensis.

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Hammarskjold Students make Team Canada (AGAIN!)

On March 13, Emily Cross of Hammarskjold High School was selected as a member of Youth Science Canada – Team Canada ISEF 2016. Emily will join seven of Canada’s best youth scientists representing Canada at the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Phoenix Arizona from May 8 to 13.

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Lakehead University researcher delves into 200-year-old Caribbean mystery

A team of researchers led by an anthropologist Tamara Varney at Lakehead University is shedding new light on what caused the deaths of sailors buried at a British Naval Hospital cemetery in Antigua in the late 1700s and early 1800s.

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