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The blitz has begun, with Christmas Cheer volunteers busy sorting food for hampers at Thunder Bay’s Canadian Lakehead Exhibition Coliseum building.

The daring California executive who oversaw the resurrection of forestry operations in Atikokan and Wawa, and once floated a plan to make jet fuel in White River is leaving the company, just shy of 10

A number of Thunder Bay area not-for-profit organizations will be getting extra financial and logistical support thanks to funding from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corp.

Sandra Stewart, a Christmas Cheer volunteer and board member, is seated on a bike beside Coral Charlton, the Westgate high school principal; Tom Charlton, the construction technology teacher, and Robe

Provincial police in the Rainy River District are getting colourful in their approach to preventing impaired driving.

An autopsy was to take place in Toronto Friday on unidentified human remains found in a burned home just east of Cochrane this week.

Two Couchiching First Nation men face a number of robbery offences after Treaty Three Police and OPP officers investigated a robbery Sunday at a local residence.

Westgate high school students joined members of the Break the Chain — Be Tobacco Free committee to observe Drop Dead Day on Thursday by laying on the ground simulating death.

The Northwest Catholic District School Board has a new chair and vice-chair.

Holy Cross students, from left, Kiarra Kraft, Valerie Paradis, Mackena Kramer, Gene Mendowegan, Mercedes Neves and Megan Pavletic pack more than 2,300 food items that will be transported to the CLE Ch