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Fort William First Nation and Oshki-Aki LP are celebrating the start of construction of the band’s new powwow grounds on Mount McKay-Anemki Wajiw.

Thunder Bay Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 15-year-old youth.

The union representing 900 striking Bombardier workers in Thunder Bay says a company injunction to ensure civility on the picket line is not needed.

Kichia Desserre, 6, follows four-year-old Jamal Belmore-Loon as he leads the charge through a sprinkler at a Dryden park on Sunday.

Thunder Bay got its geek on at Fort William Historical Park’s first-ever Fan-Con on the weekend.

Ponies, children’s trains and Zorbing were the rage with children at the revamped dragon boat races at Boulevard Lake on Saturday.

The Enforcement Torch Ride in support of Special Olympics, Ontario, was underway at Thunder Bay Harley Davidson on Saturday, where 50 riders lined up with their bikes for a 300-kilometre ride.

Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay unveiled two new additions to its equipment workforce on Friday that will enable the not-for-profit organization to enhance operations.

Pet owners Sara Brunner, with Great Dane Elliot, and Roberta Lappage, with her miniature Dachshund Penny, enjoy a leisurely stroll under sunny skies in Dryden on Friday.

Members of Thunder Bay law enforcement and the public will ride today in the inaugural Law Enforcement Torch Ride (LETR) in support of Special Olympics.