Armed with good cheer and optimistic about the future of their branches, 300 Legionnaires from Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario Sunday officially kicked off a three-day provincial convention to be he
Provincial police are warning motorists to stay extra alert when travelling on Highway 17 in the Schreiber-Terrace Bay area following three separate collisions involving wildlife last week.
Thunder Bay city councillors are to hear the pros and cons of adding 7.5 kilometres of new bicycle lanes tonight as various presenters either support or oppose the initiative.
A Westfort community centre celebrated a milestone Saturday, and it didn’t do it alone.
Hundreds of people donned their most colourful outfits and carried streamers and banners for the Pride Parade that snaked its way through the Thunder Bay north business core and spilled into the Marin
Rainy weather couldn’t put a damper on the annual Motorcycle Ride for Dad.
Michelle Bottos-Arvelin deals with kids a lot — she runs a home-based day care — but not usually quite like this.
An elder who dedicated his life to improving the lives of the people of Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) is being remembered today.
A Thunder Bay MP is renewing his fight for a national passenger rail service.
While critics accused her government of “dropping the ball,” Premier Kathleen Wynne said Thursday she wasn’t rattled by this week’s announcement that Cliffs Natural Resources will stop working on its