The City of Thunder Bay is cashing in on more than half-a-million dollars thanks to the latest instalment from the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation.
Max Fairhurst, 16, left, and Andrew Webb, 15, ride their unicycles along Selkirk Street on Monday. They were returning from a convenience store where they had each bought a cold drink.
A long-awaited upgrade to Geraldton District Hospital was finally given a green light Monday, 15 years after it was identified as a priority.
Another Thunder Bay man is becoming known to police
Two weeks ago, officers were called to a south-side restaurant to wake up a man who had passed out in the drive-thru lane.
The province should explore ways to ensure Northern Ontario roads are properly plowed and sanded in winter, especially in areas that routinely get pounded by severe storms, says Transportation Ministe
As spring tries to get a foothold in the Northwest, residents are taking advantage of every hint of the season.
Danielle Hull, left, and Sasha Hodder of Mountdale Avenue Thunder Pet cuddle with mini lop-eared bunnies that are available at the store.
A Thunder Bay-born dancer is reaching new heights and packing his bags for Switzerland to perform with the Zurich Ballet.
One of Northwestern Ontario’s major mining camps will spend $10 million on exploration this year in an attempt to keep the operation going beyond 2019.
Two Northwestern Ontario residents have hit the OLG jackpot.
Dryden resident Marie Martin is living her lottery dream after winning the Guaranteed $1 Million Prize in the March 12 Lotto 6/49 draw.