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From left, Heather Bragnalo, teacher, Don Grant, principal, Barb Rzeszut, teacher, along with students Alicia LeMarquand and Alexander LeMarquand with one of 12 paintings by Roy Thomas that St.

Fines for Ontario Fire Code violations, such as not having a working smoke alarm in a home, are going up.

Little remained of a shed in Thunder Bay near May Street after a fire completed destroyed it early Saturday morning.

A prestigious and long standing charity golf tournament has found a new home with The Chronicle-Journal.

The first locally organized craft beer festival in Thunder Bay is set to take place from Aug. 14-15 at Prince Arthur's Landing.

The number of people in Thunder Bay earning taxpayer-funded salaries of at least $100,000 a year continues to grow.

Algonquin Avenue Public School showed their support to a four-year-old girl who is battling leukemia.

Citing false 911 calls due to pocket dialing and children playing with cellphones, Fort Frances area provincial police remind the public to be careful about accidentally dialing the emergency-only num

By Jeff Labine
The Chronicle-Journal
After much debate, Thunder Bay city council has decided to move forward on the controversial multi-million dollar event centre.

Saying they’re still waiting for “a genuine partnership,” First Nations in the Ring of Fire orbit are again raising concerns that plans to develop the mining belt are progressing too fast and without