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Citing Northwestern Ontario’s “declining” economy, the region’s main business lobby is backing research into a “viable” industry it says could one day create hundreds of jobs for laid-off forestry wor

NDP Leader Andrea Horwath has questioned the government’s estimated energy needs for Northwestern Ontario once the Thunder Bay Generating Station is converted to burning biomass.

A first for Thunder Bay will be marked on Saturday when the city’s two independent record stores celebrate Record Store Day.

Dryden resident Marie Martin is living her lottery dream after winning the Guaranteed $1 Million Prize from the March 12, 2014 LOTTO 6/49 draw, the OLG reports.

For the second time in less than a month, a Thunder Bay Police constable has been ticketed for failing to stop for a red light.

St. Martin’s School students presented the Passion of Christ in the school gymnasium on Wednesday.

Two Thunder Bay youth are making a difference in their community.

The Thunder Bay Generating Station has burned its last piece of coal.

More than 5,000 tradespeople will be needed for construction jobs in Northwestern Ontario over the next five years, says a report released Tuesday by the North Superior Workforce Planning Board.

George Vicol, 84, spent Tuesday breaking down stubborn snowbanks in front of his Thunder Bay home. Just in time — today’s weather forecast calls for 5-10 centimetres of snow.