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One of Thunder Bay’s busiest intersections is also one of the most dangerous for drivers.

A Conservative private member’s bill intending to restore some autonomy to MPs passed by a lopsided margin Wednesday, but one Northwestern Ontario MP said it was too weak to support.

Andree Robichaud, president and CEO of Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre and the acting CEO of the Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute announced her resignation Wednesday.

The Thunder Bay regional hospital issued the following statement Monday:

Not to be outdone, the City of Thunder Bay is making good on its plan to go to court to try and resolve the lengthy impasse over the James Street swing bridge.

First stop — Thunder Bay.

The Thunder Bay and District Humane Society have announced plans to build a new spay and neuter clinic in the city.

The 69th annual Oliver Road Community Centre winter carnival was held over the weekend in Thunder Bay. The carnival featured a spaghetti supper on Saturday, and games and activities on Sunday.

A lack of “good faith” in negotiations to reopen CN Rail’s Thunder Bay swing bridge has forced the railway to seek clarification in the courts, the company says.

A 51-year-old Wawa woman was charged with impaired driving Saturday night after provincial police observed a Jeep stuck in a snow bank.