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Two First Nations that stand to benefit economically from the development of the Ring of Fire mining belt have “reaffirmed” their commitment to support a north-south road into the mineral-rich region.

The new Sioux Lookout Fire Management Headquarters is ready for this spring’s fire season — should the snow ever melt.

Poverty Free Thunder Bay is looking for support of new laws that protect vulnerable workers.

Thunder Bay’s cycling boosters are anxious to see if a $10-million provincial fund for bicycle paths and related municipal pedalling projects will give the city’s network a lift.

Organizers were overwhelmed with the attendance at the Breakfast with the Easter Bunny in Thunder Bay on Sunday.

A small community in El Salvador may be a world away from Thunder Bay, but guest speaker Lori Owens brought the two communities a little closer during the Spring into Beauty Fashion Show and Tea held

Thunder Bay-based miners may still get a chance to voice any concerns they have about industry safety practices in person.

The Thunder Bay Skating Club hosted its Stars on Ice show at the Port Arthur Arena on Saturday.

A 15-minute bidding war broke out between two women for the final Bachelor for Hope, Mike Smit, resulting in the successful bidder last week winning Smit for a whopping $10,700.

“Dangerous. Significant and challenging.”