Today's Top Stories

The Green House store on S. Algoma Street, seen Thursday, is closed and Thunder Bay’s True North Community Co-op, which had partnered with the store, will try to find a new product delivery method.

Goldcorp Inc. and the Wabauskang First Nation have signed a collaboration agreement that paves the way for long-term economic benefits for the Ear Falls area First Nation.

A Loch Lomond Road resident has been found guilty and fined $350 for illegal outdoor burning in Thunder Bay.

By Gary Moskalyk
No missed offside, no bad bounce, no last minute heroics were going to derail the Lakehead University Thunderwolves hockey team’s effort on Friday.

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Daily Editorial

The launch of a new round of Thunder Bay city budgeting has drawn many theories on why taxes are proposed to rise by anywhere from 4 per cent — which council can achieve — to nearly 6 per cent, which

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THUMBS Up to the person who placed “hand-knitted scarves on parking meters and telephone poles along Victoria Avenue with notes that read, ‘If you need this I made it for you.’ What a kind gesture.