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Dougall Media is about to end its longtime affiliation with CBC Television, four years after it severed ties with CTV in favour of the CanWest Global network.

Having doubled in number in just two years, the growing popularity of Thunder Bay’s community gardens was cause for celebration on Wednesday.

North West Region provincial police are gearing up for this year’s back-to-school season by encouraging everyone to be vigilant and patient when they encounter school buses.

Two people have been charged with second-degree murder in Thunder Bay’s seventh homicide of the year.

Dryden provincial police are investigating two reports of stolen copper wire.
Police said the thefts occurred at the Hydro One station just east of the city on July 28 and Aug. 8.

Striking workers at Thunder Bay’s Bombardier plant have rejected the company’s latest offer.

A Dryden-area youth who was reported missing Thursday has been found in Saskatchewan after she was involved in a vehicle crash.

More than three dozen delegates from Matawa and Mushkegowuk First Nations will participate in training workshops this week at Wahnapitae First Nation.

About 200 striking Bombardier workers and supporters rallied outside Thunder Bay City Hall on Monday, a day before a Ministry of Labour supervised vote on the company’s latest offer.

As striking Bombardier workers rally today in Thunder Bay, union and management continue to wage a war of words about the deal being offered to employees.