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Pet owners Sara Brunner, with Great Dane Elliot, and Roberta Lappage, with her miniature Dachshund Penny, enjoy a leisurely stroll under sunny skies in Dryden on Friday.

Members of Thunder Bay law enforcement and the public will ride today in the inaugural Law Enforcement Torch Ride (LETR) in support of Special Olympics.

Some Tbaytel customers in Thunder Bay experienced disruptions to their internet service on Friday.

A Thunder Bay man got the better of a bear this week after it tackled him in his own backyard on the city’s south side.

With the threat of a court injunction over their heads, representatives for the union representing 900 striking Bombardier workers have hammered out a tentative “protocol” with the company to maintain

It was all fun Thursday at Port Arthur Stadium for Camp Quality campers who got to play baseball with the Thunder Bay Border Cats.

As a strike by 900 Bombardier Transportation workers entered its third day Wednesday, the company was in Thunder Bay court seeking an injunction to address what it called “safety concerns” at the pick

MPPs of all political strikes rose in the legislature Wednesday to observe a moment of silence in memory of a 38-year-old Lac Des Iles miner, while the NDP called for a “special prosecutor” to enforc

Micaela Krawczuk and Alyssa Silvaggio of the Easter Seals Society of Thunder Bay sported super-hero outfits Wednesday at Maplecrest Tower to promote the Easter Seals Drop Zone Thunder Bay fundraiser.

CN Rail has offered options to the City of Thunder Bay to reopen the James Street swing bridge, and has responded to a Fort William First Nation claim that it is trespassing on reserve road allowances