|Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board|
|459 Victoria Ave W.|
Thunder Bay, Ontario
|Chair of the board||Francis Veneruz|
|Director of education||Pino Tassone|
|Schools||20: 15 elementary, 3 senior elementary, 2 secondary|
|Students and staff|
|Elected trustees||Dina McFarlane|
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