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Criminal activity in the City of Thunder Bay slowed somewhat last year, according to new data released Wednesday by Statistics Canada.

Three former soldiers are marching across Canada to raise awareness of post-traumatic stress disorder.

Bombardier and representatives of 900 striking workers in Thunder Bay have worked out a protocol to ensure civility on the picket line.

Thunder Bay Police have charged three people in the city’s fifth homicide of the year.

Thunder Bay city council is not interested in a CN Rail offer aimed at reopening the James Street swing bridge.

Frustrated with delays, congestion and seemingly random traffic signal changes, some motorists fear for their safety on their daily commute along the Thunder Bay Expressway.

Thunder Bay-area residents will get their first chance today to weigh in on a plan to improve the Thunder Bay Expressway between Arthur Street and Balsam Street.

Fort William First Nation and Oshki-Aki LP are celebrating the start of construction of the band’s new powwow grounds on Mount McKay-Anemki Wajiw.

Thunder Bay Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 15-year-old youth.

The union representing 900 striking Bombardier workers in Thunder Bay says a company injunction to ensure civility on the picket line is not needed.