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Joe Vanderwees, longtime and well-loved Thunder Bay politician and businessman, died Monday.

The former city councillor was 84.

Kasabonika Lake First Nation has taken a major step in securing its power needs.
The First Nation has awarded a contract to Con-Pro Industries for upgrades to its diesel generating station.

The Ontario government is proposing amendments to the Crop Insurance Act that would, if passed, allow more types of agricultural products to be covered by production insurance.

Chris Rantala works on one of his rustic paintings Sunday during the Christmas on the Waterfront showcase and sale at the Baggage Building Arts Centre. More than a dozen local artists were featured.

8:30 am UPDATE:
City buses are running again. Expect some delays.

A Thunder Bay Police Traffic unit investigation has started into a single motor vehicle crash that happened around 1:30 am Saturday morning on Chippewa Road just west of the James Street intersection.

As maintenance of bike lanes winds down heading into winter, the City of Thunder Bay is reminding cyclists to use extra caution when travelling on city streets and laneways.

The annual Vanderwees Christmas Craft Show and Sale continues today in Thunder Bay with more than 40 exhibitors and their crafts, baking, preserves and antiques.

Resolute Forest Products will celebrate another milestone in wood-products diversification this week in Thunder Bay.

Three adults and a youth have been charged with break-and-enter offences following a number of break-ins in the Kenora area.