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After raising funds for the last five years, employees of Gillons Insurance, formally Thunder Bay Insurance, officially celebrated the ground-breaking Tuesday of the Thunder Bay Insurance Habitat for

Wayne Wagg of Red Rock reads information about the Lower Nipigon River ecosystem during a Nipigon Bay Remedial Action Plan (cleanup plan) hike on July 20.

A Thunder Bay mill worker remains in critical condition in hospital following an industrial accident Friday at Resolute Forest Products pulp and paper mill.

Provincial police are cautioning motorists to watch out for animals crossing area highways.
Moose and deer are venturing out on area highways to get away from biting insects.

A Kenora man has been charged with impaired driving after a vehicle collided with two others in the Valley Drive area on Thursday.

Paving crews work on the new track at the Dryden High School last week.

The Ontario government’s planned fuel tax hike unfairly targets Ontario’s poorest communities, Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy claims.

Volunteers, staff and clients came together on Friday at the elevate NWO to observe World Hepatitis Day, which will be formally held on Monday.

It may take months to confirm, but it appears there won’t be a wind farm on the Nor’Wester mountain range south of Thunder Bay.

Taya Figliomeni, 8, rolls in a zorb ball during a Boys and Girls Club of Thunder Bay drop-in at the Windsor Street club site. The club offers drops-ins from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.