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A provincial agency that advocates for children is to be in Thunder Bay for three days this week to attend a youth forum into aboriginal justice.

Four Rainy River-area communities are getting almost $2.5 million from the Ontario Disaster Relief Assistance Program to help with flood recovery efforts.

From left, MacKenzie Aho, Madison Aho, Sylvia Wright, owner of Little Crafters Thunder Bay, Brynlee Aho and Brooklyn Toal work on snowflake crafts last week in Thunder Bay.

Police are looking for a male who is suspected of robbing a Mac’s convenience store in Thunder Bay’s south side early Sunday.

A Sioux Lookout women’s bonspiel has raised more than $65,000 for long-term care needs at the Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre.

Pork producers in Northwestern Ontario could benefit from a $2-million investment by the province in marketing efforts to encourage more consumers to eat and purchase Ontario pork.

Santa and Mrs. Claus were at the very end of the 24th annual Rotary Christmas Parade in Thunder Bay on Saturday. They were wishing everyone a Merry Christmas.

Thunder Bay Police are investigating a robbery on Friday at Janzen's' Pharmacy on Algoma Street.

Provincial police are investigating break-ins at cottages in the Catastrophe Lake area north of Kenora.

An Atikokan man has learned that it’s not a good idea to drive while impaired near a courthouse.