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A program has been launched to reduce the number of dogs roaming at-large on First Nation communities in Northern Ontario.

At least 14 people will gain independence by moving into their own supported-living apartment at McKellar Place, a vision brought to life by St.

An American video aimed at curbing the number of young people who text and drive, or talk on their cellphones while behind the wheel, is having an impact, Thunder Bay health officials say.

A youth has been charged with arson following a fire Thursday at the Dryden High School.

Nick Whitbread of Gear Up For Out Doors, left, and Lis Salmon of Thunder Bay Nordic Trails

A local man has been charged with assault following a Dryden Police investigation into an altercation Thursday morning in the downtown.

Whether they’re partial to Tschaikovsky or Leonard Cohen, ballet buffs are in for a treat tonight.

A construction project that will slightly increase the number of long-term care beds in Thunder Bay by next fall is on track, but those in charge caution that it’s not a silver-bullet solution to end

The boreal forest will be the focus of two forums hosted by Resolute Forest Products today in Thunder Bay and Wednesday in Atikokan.

Kasabonika Lake First Nation has taken a major step in securing its power needs.
The First Nation has awarded a contract to Con-Pro Industries for upgrades to its diesel generating station.