Provincial police are asking the public to help them find out who set fire to a vacant Moosonee home Tuesday night.
Provincial police have ruled out foul play in the death of a man last Friday on the North West Angle No. 33 First Nation southeast of Kenora.
Award-winning Ottawa-area sculptor and painter Ted Stewart explained his technique and displayed some of his work Wednesday at Pukaskwa National Park as part of the park’s ongoing summer artist-in-res
By Gary Moskalyk
There was a lot of good stuff courtesy of the Thunder Bay Border Cats during game one of the doubleheader against the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters at Tbaytel Park.
More Local News
What To Do
It’s been 10 years since Ontario’s “move over” law was passed, and education and awareness efforts were launched aimed at informing drivers about safety measures when passing emergency vehicles.
THUMBS Up to Bluesfest. “It was awesome? I have to say the porta-potties there are the cleanest that I have ever been in at any outdoor event around town. They are spotless from noon to 11 at night.