Thunder Bay’s Shelter House facility for the homeless is asking the City of Thunder Bay for two separate operating grants, a city manager’s report says.
Coun. Andrew Foulds explains to his son, Alex, what happened 25 years ago at the École Polytechnique University, where a gunman singled out, shot and killed 14 women and injured 14 others.
A three-way financial partnership between Nishnawbe Aski Nation and the provincial and federal governments would lead to better homes and a clean and reliable electricity supply at Northern Ontario’s
A Wawa man has been charged with several offences, including sexual assault and forcible confinement, following an investigation into a domestic incident that occurred this summer.
Northern Ontario businesses are getting some help from the federal government in boosting innovation, information technology and expanding markets.
The ice-covered Kaministiqua ship loads at the Richardson Elevator in Thunder Bay. The Port of Thunder Bay is on track to break cargo tonnage rates not seen in over a decade.
A Kenora medical clinic and Atikokan school are the big winners in the second annual Workplace Wellness Challenge hosted by the Northwestern Health Unit.
From left, Joan Williams, Terri Kannegiesser and Kathleen Buso of Hospice Northwest hold wings of remembrance memorial ornaments.
The achievements of over 200 Confederation College academic upgrading students were celebrated during their Learner Recognition Day on Thursday.