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A 16-year-old Kitchenuhmaykoosib First Nation boy was airlifted to Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre Friday after being assaulted by three assailants.

Home Depot employees and their families along with volunteers with March of Dimes helped clean up the path near the store and Fort William Road on Sunday in Thunder Bay.

By Jeff Labine
The Chronicle-Journal

The City of Thunder Bay has been trying to get clean, green and beautiful for a decade.

Visitor restrictions at Thunder Bay’s Dawson Court nursing home ended Monday after a gastrointestinal illness was declared over.

Those with the need for speed didn’t have to go outside to enjoy fast-paced racing.

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