Thunder Bay police, firefighters and paramedics responded Thursday to a motor vehicle collision between a pickup truck and a van on Edward Street in front of the Northwood Park Plaza.
The Fort William First Nation is hosting a special conference on mining and economic development this month, aimed at helping aboriginal youth realize the enormous opportunities for them in the indust
The Rainy River District OPP, Treaty Three Police Service and the Rainy River District Community Policing Committee will be hosting an open skate for youth and their parents on Monday in Fort Frances.
The province is upgrading the Nungesser River Bridge near Balmertown, creating 10 temporary jobs, the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines says.
Lakehead University is hosting a forum next week designed specifically for college students or graduates who are looking to turn their diploma into a degree.
Coralee McGuire-Cyrette has a message for women: It takes one person to change a community.
A Thunder Bay dog rescue service is asking for support as it helps the city cope with a parvovirus outbreak at the Animal Services Centre.
That was a short-lived run for office.
Just one day after filing his nomination papers, Thunder Bay resident David Stockton is out of the mayoral race in October’s municipal election.
Thunder Bay’s overloaded acute-care hospital could soon face an operating deficit as high as $3 million as it continues to rack up extra costs associated with dealing with a chronic shortage of beds.
St. Bernard students, from left, Austin Lemay-Menard, Connor Walters, Julia Hunter and Daniel Peace join principal Mike Filipetti to take part in Food Shares’ annual Great Big Crunch on Thursday.