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Family Literacy Day is on Tuesday, but a celebration for it began on Saturday at Intercity Shopping Centre.

The Keewatin-Patricia District School Board and Firefly family and children services have teamed up to provide new child care spaces at Evergreen Public School in Kenora.

Going “green” is paying off for public health in cities and towns across Ontario and the country.

A forum aimed at sparking debate about economic issues specific to Northern Ontario in advance of a federal election also wants to hear from folks outside the Thunder Bay region.

The bugs are being worked out of a new provincial software program for processing welfare and disability cheques — but slowly, local managers report.

Jackie Nystrom, the assistant manager of Chatters Hair Salon in Thunder Bay, is showing off her legs after friends and family came up with $75 in pledges for her to wear a skirt to work.

Get a teaching degree, and the world is at your doorstep.

CNIB Thunder Bay is hosting a special session next month aimed at providing information on area services and products for people with low vision.

Major Mike Puddicombe with the Salvation Army earlier wanted to change the Christmas greeting on the front lawn sign at the Victoria Avenue Centre, but gave up because it was too cold.

Recovering, but not out of the woods just yet.