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The former Hillcrest High School is once again about to undergo a change.

A 48-year-old man was sent to hospital with “significant” injuries after being assaulted by up to three male assailants behind a north-side hotel in Thunder Bay.

By Jeff Labine
and Bryan Meadows
The Chronicle-Journal
For Catherine Cummins, there’s nothing like the Wilderness Discovery Family Camp and Resort for people with disabilities.

A 27-year-old woman was charged with several offences following a Friday morning robbery at a Thunder Bay laundromat.

At-Large Coun. Rebecca Johnson doesn’t believe Thunder Bay will solve its racism problem in her lifetime.

Shannon Costigan, the program co-ordinator with EcoSuperior, and Christine Reid, vice-president of the Student Union of Confederation College Incorporated (SUCCI), remove cigarette butts from the coll


Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy is congratulating a Webequie First Nation youth for being recognized at the DAREarts Leadership Awards gala in Toronto last week.

A structural fire on Mountain Road has caused extensive damage to the building.

The man who became Hornepayne First Nation’s chief last summer in a supervised election says the band remains on track to establish a reserve and federal recognition, despite a few bumps in the road o