The city’s police chief is proposing a $1.57 million increase for the Thunder Bay Police Service’s 2020 operating budget.
Before Rebecca Johnson headed in to the Elections Canada Service Centre at County Park Mall on Tuesday to cast her early ballot in the upcoming federal election, she made it clear that women’s voices need to be heard in politics.
Plates were passed around the kitchen from one person to another as the pieces of a complete Thanksgiving meal came together — potatoes, turkey, stuffing, carrots.
NextBridge Infrastructure is proposing to build a temporary housing and office complex for its hydro-line construction workers at the site of Marathon’s future recreation centre.
A 31-year-old man who tripped over a holding-cell toilet bowl last month and bashed his head on a cell door had been adequately monitored prior to the accident, says Ontario’s police watchdog said Friday.
After a huge response to advance polling in the last federal election, Dale Mason, returning officer for Thunder Bay-Superior North, said they were prepared for similar numbers this year when polls opened on Friday, however inclement weather kept things quiet.
Traumatic or adverse experiences in childhood that impact the way people develop and interact with the world is more widespread than people realize, says an expert on the topic.
Boil water advisories, food security and taxes were some of the topics touched on during a Thunder Bay-Rainy River candidates’ debate held Wednesday evening.
The sound of dozens of whistles from flag and placket-carrying workers from Hogarth Riverview manor alerted the public to what they say is a work shortage crisis at the home.
A proposed designated truck routebylaw in Thunder Bay has been once again deferred, this time to December, after the integrity commissioner found a city councillor to be in a conflict of interest when voting on the issue.
Shelter House officials are hoping a new black-tie dinner will help raise the money needed to save the community’s most vulnerable from Thunder Bay’s cold winters.
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh pitched national pharmacare, dental care and clean energy investments to fire up the crowd at Lakehead University on Friday evening in Thunder Bay.
Although overnight temperatures are threatening to dip down close to 0 C this week with a possibility of snow on Thursday for areas west of Thunder Bay, Janna Van Blyderveen, grower with Roots to Harvest, isn’t too worried about their gardens.
For Sarahjean Cromarty, carrying a flag and helping lead a walk to honour residential school survivors as well as those that didn’t survive the abuse, is all part of her healing journey.
A pilot project that brings together police, health-care workers and crisis support staff to deal with mental health issues in Thunder Bay is getting rave reviews from its partners.
Reflecting on the dangers they face each day can be a sobering moment for law enforcement officers when they think about those who lost their lives on the job.
Along with considering the terms of reference for the multi-use indoor turf facility, Thunder Bay city council on Monday will discuss whether two city landmarks should be listed on the city’s heritage register.
A member of the faculty of education at the University of Winnipeg, Lamoureux spoke with teachers, support and administrative staff of Lakehead Public Schools on Friday at the Valhalla Inn about their role in the process of reconciliation with Indigenous people.
More than 20 regional and national employers were showcased in Lakehead University’s annual Engineering Career Fair on Thursday, where students mingled and shared resumes for possible job prospects. The event was open to all students but the focus was on engineering students.