Nipigon Mayor Richard Harvey is not contemplating a run for higher office as the provincial Progressive Conservatives continue to canvass for a replacement candidate in Thunder Bay-Superior North.
This winter’s heavy snowfall is good news for Lake Superior.
Studens across the region are taking global citizenship seriously.
To that end, more than 100 delegates will gather at Confederation College next month for a Model UN Conference.
Marathon’s hopes for a copper and palladium mine offering 350 jobs a short drive from town may be dashed unless the project’s forecast proves to be more lucrative.
Aaliyah Hurtig’s enthusiasm for fundraising has made her a champion among canvassers for the Heart and Stroke Association.
The Nishnawbe Aski Nation is asking the federal and provincial governments for help in addressing an ongoing crisis in the remote northern community of Mishkeegogamang.
Dog adoptions at Thunder Bay’s Animal Services Centre have been temporarily suspended due to an outbreak of parvovirus.
Parvovirus does not affect humans, but is highly contagious among dogs.
A private member’s bill that would more than double the amount of Canadian content in transit orders from Ontario municipalities would be a boon to Thunder Bay light rail workers, even if the bid stri
Thunder Bay is hosting the Federation of Canadian Municipalities this week with several weighty issues on the agenda including the Building Canada Fund, rail safety and the Canadian Housing Strategy.
Fort William First Nation Chief Georjann Morriseau continues to push for answers from CN Rail on plans to reopen the James Street swing bridge to vehicular traffic.