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Sioux Lookout provincial police have added more charges to a Winnipeg man wanted on outstanding warrants out of Manitoba.

One year after the closure of nine Veterans Affairs regional offices across the country, the Conservative government continues to fail to meet the needs of those women and men who have served our coun

Max Sawyer of the Westfort Maroons gives his cousin Carter Tehunen of the Neebing Senators a few skating pointers in Thunder Bay, while enjoying a family skate at Marina Park on Saturday.

The Green House store on S. Algoma Street, seen Thursday, is closed and Thunder Bay’s True North Community Co-op, which had partnered with the store, will try to find a new product delivery method.

Goldcorp Inc. and the Wabauskang First Nation have signed a collaboration agreement that paves the way for long-term economic benefits for the Ear Falls area First Nation.

A Loch Lomond Road resident has been found guilty and fined $350 for illegal outdoor burning in Thunder Bay.

Ryan Bissonnettee, Ontario Lottery and Gaming spokesman, and Iris McCoy-Slongo, manager of Superior Shores Gaming Association, attend the charitable bingo and gaming location on Memorial Avenue on Thu

A Thunder Bay-area man said he would “use physical force” if a conservation officer had followed through with a request to inspect his gun case and all-terrain vehicle, provincial investigators say.

The Alzheimer Society of Thunder Bay is hosting its 21st annual Walk for Memories on Sunday.

Thunder Bay’s business community is embracing opportunities in the aboriginal community.