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The province’s pledge to improve safety measures in Ontario mines following a dozen public hearings into the issue may not be enough to eliminate the need for a full-blown inquiry, the NDP says.

Contract talks between Bombardier Transportation and Unifor Local 1075 negotiators resumed Tuesday afternoon in Thunder Bay.

When Thunder Bay social-justice advocate Lynne Sharman died this spring at the age of 66, her obituary urged people “to lift someone up.”

Coming this fall to a community near you, more below normal temperatures and above normal precipitation.

A new fibre-burning heating plant at Confederation College is expected to provide a main campus building with most of its heat this winter, as well as serve as a showcase for fine-tuning the technolog

Citing a lack of donations and a series of break-ins at its ReStore, Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay has announced that construction of a semi-detached house being built with Thunder Bay Insurance an

Northwestern Ontario’s newest mine is to pour its first gold next year in Red Lake.

St. Peter’s Church celebrated the arrival of Thunder Bay’s first new Knights of Columbus council in 28 years Sunday.

The little-known Chiari malformation received a lot of support Sunday in Thunder Bay’s inaugural walk for Chiari awareness at Chapples Park.