When Nevaya Haneca learned about a writing contest that could help build a home for a family in need she was excited to get her school involved.
Children, the elderly and those vulnerable to respiratory infection may soon have to be evacuated out of Cat Lake First Nation as the remote reserve struggles do deal with about 90 homes infested with black mould and plagued with electrical problems.
People were bundling up against the cold on Friday in the Northwest as temperatures dropped throughout the day. Ryan Rozinskis, a meteorologist with Environment Canada, said an extreme cold warning was issued due to an arctic air mass over the region that is expected to linger throughout the…
The Parade of Lights held last month helped share $34,322.52 among four organizations in Thunder Bay, including ones that help special Olympics athletes and people with autism.
A First Nations consortium with much at stake in a proposed high-voltage power line between Thunder Bay and Wawa has called on the province to directly “intervene” to prevent the long-awaited project from facing further delays.
MINNEAPOLIS - A Minnesota high school where fans displayed a President Donald Trump re-election flag has pulled out of a basketball invitational hosted by a Minneapolis school on Martin Luther King Jr. Day
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sharpened his core re-election message on Sunday, telling his MPs to present a positive message to Canadians while he branded his Conservative opponents as a detached party of the elite.
HALIFAX - Mohammed Zuraibi Alzoabi may have hoped to quietly disappear from his sexual assault trial in Cape Breton, never to be seen or heard from again in Canada.
Will Cook scored two goals and added two assists and Christian Mroczkowski also put up a four-point night as the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks completed a two-game sweep over the Lakehead Thunderwolves thanks to a 5-2 win at Fort William Gardens on Saturday night.
The Lakehead Thunderwolves fell behind early and stayed there, losing 5-2 to the Laurier Golden Hawks on Friday.
The St. Ignatius Falcons soared over their Thunder Bay opponents, capturing the girls and boys high school city wrestling titles on Thursday.