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St. Martin’s students Jorga Rutherford and Cale Cambly have become eco-school ambassadors as they encourage environmentally friendly initiatives at their school.

To little surprise, Thunder Bay Coun. Andrew Foulds is to be the federal NDP candidate in Thunder Bay-Superior North.

The Ministry of Natural Resources is ready for the 2015 fire season, which officially begins today.

As if the event’s namesakes were not enough, Hockey Hall of Fame legend Bobby Orr will lend his support to the Staal Foundation Open this summer.

A Pikangikum First Nation man faces a number of criminal and traffic offences after Red Lake provincial police stopped a vehicle Saturday for driving erratically on Nungessor Road.

One-year-old Jordan Edwards takes a moment to smell the flowers with his father Paul Edwards at the Thunder Bay Centennial Botanical Conservatory on Monday.

The controversial multi-million dollar event centre project appears to be dead.
At least for now.

The Thunder Bay event centre appears to be dead.

For Stephanie Bergeron, becoming a judicatory meant she could stay in the world of dance.

Nearly 1,000 people in Thunder Bay packed into the North McIntrye Rec Centre on Sunday morning for a chance to have breakfast with the Easter bunny.