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Since its inception in November 2012, the Thunder Bay Archive Flickr project has seen more than 890,000 visits, making city archivists very happy.

CN Rail is making its James Street swing bridge safer for pedestrians.

A popular bowling alley in Thunder Bay is expanding its entertainment options.
Galaxy Lanes is joining the Champions off-track betting network.

There’s been yet another delay in finding a solution to reopening the James Street swing bridge in Thunder Bay.

If Ontario PC leadership candidate Monte McNaughton follows through with a pledge to decommission every wind farm in the province, it won’t go down too well in Dorion.

As many as three candidates could be seeking the nomination to become the next federal Liberal candidate in Thunder Bay-Rainy River.

Sheela Biman and husband Biman Bihari check out a tropical tree at the Centennial Botanical Conservatory in Thunder Bay.

Three Ottawa-area men who tried to conceal an illegally shot moose under some brush last fall have been collectively fined $3,000.

Thunder Bay now has a program that aims to keep people out of hospitals and in their home longer, while reducing the number of 911 calls.

Sudbury-based Houston Lake Mining Inc. has raised almost $360,000 for exploring mining claims north of Red Lake.