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As long as mother nature is willing, dragon boats will once again float in Thunder Bay’s Boulevard Lake next month.

The community of Shuniah came together this week to honour Maria Harding for her 26 years of service to the community as reeve and councillor.

The Elekta Bachelors for Hope Charity Auction has surpassed the $1-million fundraising mark over its 17 years of activity.

A First Nation leader is calling on CN Rail to drop legal action against a Grassy Narrows First Nation group.

It's a 20-minute makeover for Thunder Bay neighbourhoods.

Two First Nations in the heart of the Ring of Fire mineral zone have come together to make sure mining exploration is done in a way “that advances their common interests in a co-ordinated manner.”

Contract talks between Domtar and 550 Unifor members at the Dryden pulp mill and woodlands operations are headed to conciliation.
Negotiations begin on Monday.

Marian Benka checks out the root system of grain at the Slice of Farming Pizza Project that she developed.

By Michael Robinson

Though Ontario mines are among the safest in a global industry, the province’s 26,000 miners grapple with changing technology and fatigue, and sometimes face discipline from employers when they try to