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Provincial police are asking the public to help them find out who set fire to a vacant Moosonee home Tuesday night.

Provincial police have ruled out foul play in the death of a man last Friday on the North West Angle No. 33 First Nation southeast of Kenora.

Award-winning Ottawa-area sculptor and painter Ted Stewart explained his technique and displayed some of his work Wednesday at Pukaskwa National Park as part of the park’s ongoing summer artist-in-res

Provincial police continued Wednesday to probe a crash east of Wawa that claimed the life of a woman.

It’s all about hands-on learning for a bunch of Stewardship Youth Rangers who are at Confederation College this week.

Health officials Wednesday issued a swimming advisory for Thunder Bay’s Boulevard Lake.

After raising funds for the last five years, employees of Gillons Insurance, formally Thunder Bay Insurance, officially celebrated the ground-breaking Tuesday of the Thunder Bay Insurance Habitat for

Wayne Wagg of Red Rock reads information about the Lower Nipigon River ecosystem during a Nipigon Bay Remedial Action Plan (cleanup plan) hike on July 20.

A Thunder Bay mill worker remains in critical condition in hospital following an industrial accident Friday at Resolute Forest Products pulp and paper mill.

Provincial police are cautioning motorists to watch out for animals crossing area highways.
Moose and deer are venturing out on area highways to get away from biting insects.