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Young scientists will once again show their smarts this weekend.

A search for a missing Eabametoong First Nation man was hampered Wednesday by a snow storm in the remote community.

By Jeff Labine, CJ staff
Thunder Bay’s two federal members of parliament agree the city needs to get a true sense on how residents feel about the proposed event centre.

By Jeff Labine, CJ staff
Thunder Bay’s racism problem isn’t exclusive.

The United Way’s next campaign just received a major kick-start even before it’s begun.

It's like Garfield the cat smelling the posies one minute, then getting soaked the next with a face-full of sleet.

The former Hillcrest High School is once again about to undergo a change.

A 48-year-old man was sent to hospital with “significant” injuries after being assaulted by up to three male assailants behind a north-side hotel in Thunder Bay.

By Jeff Labine
and Bryan Meadows
The Chronicle-Journal
For Catherine Cummins, there’s nothing like the Wilderness Discovery Family Camp and Resort for people with disabilities.

A 27-year-old woman was charged with several offences following a Friday morning robbery at a Thunder Bay laundromat.