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The Municipality of Greenstone remains ready to receive more flood-related evacuees from Kashechewan First Nation, even though numbers have been far below what had been anticipated, says the local may

Silver Mountain and Area Historical Society wants to save Thunder Bay’s caboose.

Ontario Provincial Police will be looking for a new commander for its Marathon detachment this summer.

Two people evacuated safely from a house in Thunder Bay on Sunday that was largely damaged by fire.

By Jeff Labine

Janis DeGagne knows firsthand the benefits of Hospice Northwest.
Not only has she volunteered for them for about 20 years, but those

Students at St. Francis Catholic Elementary School were helping to do their part to reduce Thunder Bay’s carbon footprint last week.

The federal government’s withdrawal from operating Great Lakes lighthouses has prompted volunteer organizations to maintain these historic marine structures.

A time honoured military tradition was alive and well in Thunder Bay this weekend.

As the world watched the boxing match of the century, some Thunder Bay up-and-coming fighters took their first steps to becoming possible future champions.

Northwestern Ontario’s recovering forestry sector continues to be reflected in solid contracts for mill and logging workers, even though it sometimes involves tough negotiations.