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A drinking-water advisory in Thunder Bay has been expanded to include businesses and homes in the Oliver Road area between Burwood Drive and Keith Jobbit Drive.

The stage has been formally set for construction of the first operating mine in the Ring of Fire.
But it’s not the company that many thought would be the first to pull that off.

Confederation College pre-service firefighter students learned Wednesday how deadly fire can be.
The first-year students were given a lesson in how floor joist construction effects burn time.

The Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre has been put under a drinking water advisory.

The Chronicle-Journal and The Canadian Press

Lakehead University wants its students to find jobs.
To that end, the university brought 23 potential employers and students together Tuesday for a career and job expo at the Thunder Bay campus.

Ontario Education Minister Liz Sandals shared in a success story on Monday.

Monday’s bounce in the price of gold kept the precious metal well above the price-point for nearly half a dozen new gold mines being planned across the region, industry observers noted.

Sachigo Lake First Nation students returned home Monday to be with family and friends following the stabbing death Friday of one of their classmates in Thunder Bay.