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More than three dozen delegates from Matawa and Mushkegowuk First Nations will participate in training workshops this week at Wahnapitae First Nation.

About 200 striking Bombardier workers and supporters rallied outside Thunder Bay City Hall on Monday, a day before a Ministry of Labour supervised vote on the company’s latest offer.

As striking Bombardier workers rally today in Thunder Bay, union and management continue to wage a war of words about the deal being offered to employees.

Despite Jane Austen having written her first novel more than 200 years ago, Irene Warmenhoven states the iconic writer’s work is more relevant today than ever before.

Thunder Bay seniors have created a unique learning experience for 23 international students enrolled in Confederation College’s English language courses.

Courtney Bell dresses as Krieger’s virtual girlfriend from the television show Archer.

The province is spending close to $100,000 in upgrades for non-profit agencies in the Thunder Bay-Atikokan area, so they are better able to assist people with developmental disabilities.

Superior East OPP are reminding all vehicle and property owners to keep their vehicles locked when unattended and keep their property secure.

Thunder Bay Police have clocked a vehicle approaching a school zone travelling at 103 km/h.
And, the eventual speeding ticket in the 50 km/h zone is nothing to smile about.

Nipigon provincial police have used video surveillance to catch a suspected vandal.
Police said that a bank machine was damaged on Thursday at about 7:50 p.m.