Local News

in Prime Time

Thunder Bay Police are currently investigating a break & enter and theft to the Copperfin Credit Union located on Arundel Street.

CN has issued letters today to Thunder Bay Mayor Keith Hobbs and Fort
William First Nation Chief Georgann Morriseau concerning the James
Street bridge.

Thunder Bay Police are investigating another hotel robbery that occurred just before midnight on July 14, 2014.

The labour dispute involving the Bombardier plant is causing traffic congestion on Montreal Street.

An autopsy on a Lac Des Iles miner who died on the hob was performed in Thunder Bay on Monday, but the exact cause of death likely won’t be released until a coroner’s inquest is held some time next ye

Concerns about Aboriginal representation on Thunder Bay and Kenora district jury rolls has prompted the Chief Coroner of Ontario to postpone all inquests this year involving First Nations people in th

Winnipeg vacationers three-year-old Cian Wolfe and his sisters Madeline, 6, and Cassidy, 7, admire a birch-bark canoe on Monday at Marathon’s visitor information centre on Highway 17.

Surveillance Video from Travelodge Airlane Hotel Robbery

Police release surveillance video of the suspect involved in the robbery of the Travelodge Hotel Airlane on July 13, 2014.

Unifor and Bombardier Transportation “still have a lot of work to do’’ to reach an agreement by a strike deadline of 2 p.m. today, says Unifor national president Jerry Dias.

Organizers of the Festival of India hope to share their culture and a lot of food during the fifth annual event, set for Tuesday at Thunder Bay’s Marina Park.