Sandy Stewart and her daughter Courtney deliver a van full of cookies and homemade dog biscuits that they will sell in Thunder Bay today in front of the Calico Coffee House on Bay Street.
Resolute Forest Products Inc. is suing Greenpeace and the group’s officials Richard Brooks and Shane Moffatt for allegedly damaging the company’s reputation.
Thirty Dryden High School Grade 10 students will head out into the bush near the city next week during the 57th annual Keewatin-Patricia District School Board Conservation Course.
Ontario’s premier wants to see a co-ordinated approach to affordable housing.
Shelter House is renewing its bid to purchase a former Superior North EMS building in the hopes of expanding a treatment program for those with chronic alcohol addictions.
Ontario’s premier is happy she’s finally getting a chance to do her job.
Those in the Thunder Bay area who get their drinking water from wells are being advised to boil it prior to use until their wells have been tested for contamination following heavy rain storms over th
A group of Thunder Bay residents is standing up to show their support for a new Active Living corridor on upper Bay Street.
Completion of ongoing repairs to about half-a-dozen washouts on secondary provincial roads between Kenora and Wawa will depend on how quickly flood waters recede, the Ministry of Transportation said W
The Quetico Centre near Atikokan has found a new lease on life.
Former Toronto educator Michael Heaton plans to open a private high school there this fall.