Nine-year-old Noah Kepka has learned about things he didn’t even know existed during his time with Superior Science’s summer camp.
The successful start of a “game-changing” solar-powered electrical utility at Gull Bay First Nation could be wide-ranging in terms of helping other remote reserves reduce their reliance on pollution-causing, diesel-fuelled generators.
The Murillo fairgrounds were quiet Friday afternoon with judges busy evaluating all the homecrafts, baking and vegetables in the exhibit hall ahead of the gates opening later that evening for the Murillo Fair.
Chase Bannon-Lamb rolled up on his bicycle to join the group of cyclists getting ready for a ride in the parking lot of the Fort William Arena on Thursday in the final week of summer camp with the George Jeffrey Children’s Centre.
Justin Trudeau’s lapses in ethical judgment may not cause his main Liberal supporters to abandon him in the Oct. 21 election, but they may deny the prime minister a second majority government, some veteran local political observers believe.
A flood watch for the Lake Superior shoreline has been issued by the Lakehead Region Conservation Authority for the first time in that organization’s history.
A re-development company that has taken over Fort Frances’s dormant pulp mill property says the site has the potential for a $35-million cannabis production operation.
Moose hunters and other interested parties have until Sept. 26 to comment on 15 recommendations aimed at improving opportunities for Ontario hunters, while making sure the big-game animals are still around for future generations.
On April 30, four busloads of high school students arrived at Lakehead University to talk about racism. And, more importantly, what it would take to change it on the streets of Thunder Bay. This was not going to be an easy conversation.
Taking in the BrewHa Craft Beer Festival for the first time on Saturday, Noah Knight said he was pleasantly surprised to see so many northern breweries represented.
Five White River residents and a Wawa man were charged with various offences Wednesday after provincial police seized $5,500 worth of illegal drugs and weapons, as well as a “large” amount of cash.
About a dozen health, Indigenous and police agencies met together and brain-stormed this week to come up with ideas to solve Kenora’s ongoing homeless and addiction crisis.
A 28-year-old Dryden man whose “intentionally-damaged” body was found last summer after he’d gone missing for more than a week was brutally murdered, provincial police said Thursday.
Has your summer craving for a juicy, barbecued steak been tempered by sticker-shock? Local farmers say that if we’ve lost our appetite for red meat, they’re not to blame.
A 34-year-old Fort Frances woman has been charged with second-degree murder in connection to the 2015 death of an elderly woman who died while she was a patient at the town’s La Verendrye Hospital.
The gleaming, all-glass building that houses the Thunder Bay Subaru dealership may not be the last eye-catching structure people will see on that particular piece of property. The Marostica Subaru president Ron Marostica says he’s working on plans for further development on land he owns in t…
When Jessica Page brought her two-year-old son Hunter to the emergency department at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre five years ago with a fever, she never thought it would lead to spending the next four months at the London Children’s Hospital.
When Bob Shaw stepped out of the airplane into the sky his first thought was “uh oh, what did I do.” But he says those doubts were immediately replaced by the exhilaration of the free fall and the roar of the air rushing past his ears.
Those concerned about potential fallout from a proposed Minnesota-based copper and platinum-group metals mine on the Rainy River watershed may find some like-minded supporters in Fort Frances later this month.
Hundreds of Kenora residents crowded into two public forums Wednesday to hear how the city as a whole can cope with a growing homeless and addiction crisis.
The members of the teams conducting new investigations into the deaths of nine Indigenous individuals identified by the Office of the Independent Police Review Director have been unveiled by the Thunder Bay Police Service.
In the last three years, a charity golf tournament in support of the George Jeffrey Children’s Foundation has brought in just under $300,000 for the Thunder Bay organization.