Music fans mark your calendar for Sept. 14 for the Wake the Giant Music Festival.
Thunder Bay Fire Rescue called a it a minor miracle that no one was seriously injured after a pickup truck drove completely into the Memorial Avenue Java Hut coffee shop shortly before noon on Saturday.
Thousands marked National Indigenous Peoples Day at Prince Arthur’s Landing on Friday. The national celebrations meant a lot of different things to people in attendance.
A 43-year-old woman is facing numerous charges, including impaired driving by drug, after allegedly crashing into two vehicles before landing her truck in a ditch directly in front of the city’s police station.
The demotions of senior members of Premier Doug Ford’s cabinet sends “a significant message” that the government is out of sync with most Ontarians, Liberal MPP Michael Gravelle says.
For 13-year-old Sivanna Perry, the best part of cleaning up her neighbourhood is the feeling of helping the Earth and making it a better place for everyone to enjoy.
After Liam Myers helped build raised garden beds last year through a local alternative education program, his grandmother put him to work building a few things for her, including a shed.
Ontario’s police watchdog says it is trying to determine what happened during the arrest of a 35-year-old Kenora-area man who died in a Winnipeg hospital five days after he was taken into custody by provincial police.
Thunder Bay’s police service is beginning the process of doing another investigation into the deaths of nine Indigenous people identified by the Office of the Independent Police Review Director.
The general consensus of an online survey, so far, gives Thunder Bay Fire Rescue a gold star for service to the community, but according to Lyle Quan, a senior fire services consultant with Emergency Management and Training Inc. — there is always room for improvement.
A 34-year-old Winnipeg woman was facing 10 charges Sunday afternoon after a pickup truck was driven onto the runway at Sioux Lookout’s airport while a plane was attempting to land.
A new forest fire that ignited on Sunday at Pikangikum First Nation has not triggered the prospect of a second evacuation, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry says.
Driving a six-ton, 40-foot-long bus is a challenge in itself. Then put more than 50 students onboard along with the reality of facing distracted drivers and bad weather, and it becomes a feat.
Jonah Milne got an extra surprise for his 10th birthday when he discovered he was one of the top three fundraisers in St. Jude School’s Motorcycle Ride for Dad donation drive.
About 375 Pikangikum First Nation forest-fire evacuees who have spent the better part of two weeks waiting it out in Thunder Bay hotels may be able to return home early next week, city officials said Tuesday.
As the Ford government focuses on beer sales, a generation of Indigenous youths living on remote Ontario reserves have been relying on bottled water for so long they continue to opt for it even when they have access to safe tap water, NDP MPP Sol Mamakwa told the legislature this week.
Even as huge, CL-415 waterbombers constantly soared over top of his Central Patricia fishing tackle shop Friday afternoon, and a nearby forest fire had blanketed the area in a smoky haze, Mike Shewan wasn’t hitting the panic button.
More than 1,700 graduating students from Confederation College and the region collected certificates, diplomas and awards during two convocation ceremonies at the Thunder Bay Community Auditorium, Friday.
St. Ignatius High School students had the chance to have a little fun while raising money for a good cause in the Get on Track with Common Bonds event on Thursday.
While the Trudeau government claims to “lead on climate change” and impose carbon taxes at the pumps, it should stop providing cabinet ministers with taxpayer-funded cars, some of which run on gasoline, says the Green Party.