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Wasaya Airways says cargo and baggage delayed by blizzard conditions were to be sent over by Friday or today.
“We expect everything delivered by the weekend,” a Wasaya news release said Thursday.

The federal government needs to see the potential for community benefits before investing in the Ring of Fire development.

The leader of the provincial New Democrats is warning the Liberal government’s budget will mean trouble for Northern Ontario.

Police divers Friday recovered the body of a missing 48-year-old Eabametoong First Nation man.

Marlene Bosma was one of about a dozen members of the Thunder Bay Quilters Guild setting up for the Superior Quilt Show at the CLE Coliseum.

Come out to the MFRC Spring Yard & Craft Sale!
Saturday, April 25th, 2015
10:00am -1 :00pm (gates open at 10 am)
HMCS GRIFFON, 125 N. Algoma Street.
Open to the general public. Admission: $2

The Sleeping Giant Folk Music Society is pleased to present Sweet Alibi in concert this Saturday night at 8pm at the Finlandia Hall.

The owner of a Thunder Bay apartment building on the city’s south side has been fined $5,000 for failing to rectify fire-code violations by an appointed time.

Professionals in the fields of child welfare and domestic abuse heard from some powerful speakers during a training session at the Ka-Na-Chi-Hih Treatment Centre in Thunder Bay on Thursday.

A provincial aerial patrol just north of Nakina last fall resulted in four Wisconsin men being fined a total of $6,000 for hunting moose without a licence and for fishing out of season.