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With the possibility of a teachers' strike looming, a public teachers' union official in Thunder Bay says labour talks remain on track.

There’s still plenty of time for residents to give input on Thunder Bay’s next strategic plan.

By Jeff Labine

The Ontario Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry claims the forestry sector is "healthier" than it was in recent years.

By Jeff Labine

Spending 12 hours scrapbooking might seem crazy to some, but not to Leanne Lavoie.

Tracy Hurlbert believes Wilderness Discovery Family Camp and Resort is almost like being in heaven.

Thunder Bay police are investigating two robberies that happened Friday night and early Saturday morning.

More than 40 students were recognized for their hard work at an awards ceremony on Saturday.

Wasaya Airways says cargo and baggage delayed by blizzard conditions were to be sent over by Friday or today.
“We expect everything delivered by the weekend,” a Wasaya news release said Thursday.

The federal government needs to see the potential for community benefits before investing in the Ring of Fire development.

The leader of the provincial New Democrats is warning the Liberal government’s budget will mean trouble for Northern Ontario.