Dog adoptions at Thunder Bay’s Animal Services Centre have been temporarily suspended due to an outbreak of parvovirus.
Parvovirus does not affect humans, but is highly contagious among dogs.
A private member’s bill that would more than double the amount of Canadian content in transit orders from Ontario municipalities would be a boon to Thunder Bay light rail workers, even if the bid stri
Thunder Bay is hosting the Federation of Canadian Municipalities this week with several weighty issues on the agenda including the Building Canada Fund, rail safety and the Canadian Housing Strategy.
Fort William First Nation Chief Georjann Morriseau continues to push for answers from CN Rail on plans to reopen the James Street swing bridge to vehicular traffic.
It’s shaping up to be at least a three-way race in the election for Thunder Bay’s mayor.
Long-time city hall critic Henry Wojak announced Monday his plans to run for the mayor’s chair on Oct. 27.
The University of Ottawa suspended its men’s varsity hockey program on Monday over allegations several players were involved in a sexual assault in Thunder Bay in February.
Signs of spring filled the Baggage Building Arts Centre during the annual Seedy Sunday event.
Flips, jumps and stunts were all a part of the action during the Ontario Cheerleading Federation North Cheerleading Championships on Sunday at Fort William Gardens.
A Thunder Bay man is to appear in court today on charges of arson and mischief.
Sporting head-to-toe spandex, the region’s top skate skiers sped past a group of rosy-cheeked Boreal Ballerinas, who happily chugged along the trail in taffeta tutus.