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Hundreds of people attended a mayoral candidate debate Wednesday with issues like affordable housing, economic development and the proposed event and convention centre at the forefront.

The first test ever on a patient for the Ebola virus at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre came back negative, hospital officials said Tuesday.

Marathon kids who appear to be destined to get in trouble with the law could avoid jail and other problems if they are put in touch with support services early in their lives, local officials say.

Child-care costs are breaking the household budgets of too many Canadian families, Thunder Bay-Rainy River MP John Rafferty claims.

Belluz Farms reports a steady harvest this year.

Pumpkin Fest at Gammondale Farm is in full swing, even though the pumpkin harvest is down by 50 per cent.
The 20th annual pumpkin festival was put together by teens who work at the farm.

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Julio Chiodo hoped everyone brought their appetite for a traditional free Thanksgiving meal Monday.

Even though it permits logging in part of Ontario’s most well-known park, the province has no plans to allow tree harvesting in Northwestern Ontario gems like Quetico.

While plunging into their first year of university, students from the 13th graduating class of the Sir Winston Churchill International Baccalaureate (IB) program say it’s all about time management and

Passersby are stopping for second look at a large rock sculpture that is being created on Red River Road this weekend by artist John David Hart.
Hart began work on the piece at 8 a.m. Saturday.