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Police divers Friday recovered the body of a missing 48-year-old Eabametoong First Nation man.

Marlene Bosma was one of about a dozen members of the Thunder Bay Quilters Guild setting up for the Superior Quilt Show at the CLE Coliseum.

Come out to the MFRC Spring Yard & Craft Sale!
Saturday, April 25th, 2015
10:00am -1 :00pm (gates open at 10 am)
HMCS GRIFFON, 125 N. Algoma Street.
Open to the general public. Admission: $2

The Sleeping Giant Folk Music Society is pleased to present Sweet Alibi in concert this Saturday night at 8pm at the Finlandia Hall.

The owner of a Thunder Bay apartment building on the city’s south side has been fined $5,000 for failing to rectify fire-code violations by an appointed time.

Professionals in the fields of child welfare and domestic abuse heard from some powerful speakers during a training session at the Ka-Na-Chi-Hih Treatment Centre in Thunder Bay on Thursday.

A provincial aerial patrol just north of Nakina last fall resulted in four Wisconsin men being fined a total of $6,000 for hunting moose without a licence and for fishing out of season.

While provincial divers were en route to Eabametoong First Nation on Thursday to locate the body of a 48-year-old reserve man, the Canadian Rangers were mourning the loss of a civilian volunteer.

Ontario's commitment in Thursday's budget to continue expanding public transit should be good down the line for Thunder Bay's Bombardier light-rail plant, which builds most of the bi-level and street

Thunder Bay Hydro customers will see their bills spike 5.7 per cent starting May 1.