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Despite putting this year’s budget under the microscope, Thunder Bay city council didn’t appear able to bring the tax levy increase to the more desired two-per cent as they continued to hammer out bud

From left, Grade 12 student Josh Liggins of Superior Collegiate and Vocational Institute, along with Grade 12 students Kyle McGee and Nick Stefanato of Westgate Collegiate and Vocational Institute lo

A 20-year-old woman who was robbed and threatened with a syringe Sunday afternoon at a Thunder Bay ATM machine got her money back from her quick-thinking boyfriend, city police said.

Rick Robinson, property committee and choir president with First-Wesley United Church, stands beside the church bell and stained glass panels brought there from another church.

The Ontario Lung Association has renewed its call for an immediate and substantial increase in provincial tobacco taxes and other measures to drive down smoking rates in the province.

Science North is bringing its popular exhibition, Wildlife Rescue, to Kenora, Thunder Bay, Sault Ste. Marie and Kirkland Lake, thanks to $112,500 in funding from the Northern Ontario Heritage Corp.

A group of Dryden youngsters play a game of shinny under sunny skies Saturday at the Milestone Rink.

Residents of Thunder Bay are benefitting from a number of local infrastructure improvements, thanks to more than $1.7 million from the federal Gas Tax Fund.

Thunder Bay Police are backing the launch of the 2015 Crime Prevention Campaign by the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) and its declaration on Wednesday as Protect Your Property Day.

A new survey of businesses by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce shows that the implementation of the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan could have negative consequences for employment across the province.