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Employees of the Dryden Volunteer Recruitment and Referral Centre have a new three-year contract.

The Vermilion Bay Lions Club will be helping local seniors get more Internet savvy as a result of funding from the federal government.

Red Rock may soon have a deep-water port on its Nipigon Bay shores.

By Michael Robinson

Thunder Bay city council is being urged to forge ahead with plans for a new event and convention centre.

The Forest Stewardship Council wants Resolute Forest Products to stop attacking the credibility of its audit process.

By Jeff Labine, CJ staff
The 45-year-old-woman charged with second degree murder last December will be awaiting her next court appearance in a home in Hamilton, Ont.

By Jeff Labine, CJ staff
The Finlandia is getting a little help from its friends.

Participants in the 55-Plus Centre Zumba class sported green apparel, hats, glasses and jewelry in recognition of St. Patrick’s Day on Tuesday.

With six weeks left until the income tax deadline, a group of local chartered professional accountants (CPAs) is providing free tax preparation assistance for residents with low incomes.

The Thunder Bay Art Gallery is the place to be for students wishing to be creative during the March break.