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A lack of “good faith” in negotiations to reopen CN Rail’s Thunder Bay swing bridge has forced the railway to seek clarification in the courts, the company says.

A 51-year-old Wawa woman was charged with impaired driving Saturday night after provincial police observed a Jeep stuck in a snow bank.

In late July, when the weather is perfect and you’re out in a canoe soaking up all that fresh air, it’s the last thing you’re thinking about.

Nicole Gallinger plays with her son, Ciaran, in front of photographs that she produced while documenting her journey with postpartum mood disorder.

From humble beginnings in a cramped office to having a house to broadcast from, Lakehead University’s community radio station is celebrating 10 years on the air and a event-filled fund drive which kic

The province has approved $250,000 for five area First Nations and agencies so each can launch economic development projects.
Each project was awarded $50,000 each. The recipients are as follows:

A provincial program aimed at fostering new entrepreneurs on university and college campuses has earmarked $200,000 for Thunder Bay’s share.

Marathon’s John O’Neill trims off some drifts at a Yawkey Avenue home on Saturday. More seasonable temperatures made it bearable for outdoor work.

A 22 year old female and a 22 year old male occupant died of critical injuries they sustained in a two car collision that occurred at about 9 pm Friday evening on Oliver Rd between Highgate Rd and Bur

By Angie Valente
Special to
The Chronicle-Journal