Police have ruled out foul play in the death Thursday of a Dryden woman.
City police who responded to a call at a downtown apartment found Courtney Barkman, 23, with no vital signs.
The Matawa First Nations will have considerable political clout during talks with the province about the Ring of Fire mining development.
The annual Shrine Circus is back in Thunder Bay, featuring the Enchanted Tea Party and a chance to meet Iron Man.
Shows continue Saturday at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Cliffs Natural Resources CEO Joseph Carrabba was re-elected chairman of the company’s board of directors at its annual meeting this week.
The Ontario Library Association Festival of Trees took place in Thunder Bay at the CLE, where more than 1,000 students converged on Friday to celebrate the Forest of Reading.
A Thunder Bay MP is in British Columbia this weekend to support two Green Party candidates in the provincial election there.
From left, Joan Stevens, Cathy Stojkovic, Wendy Lennox and Suzanne Dubeau of Canada Post join Regional Food Distribution Association volunteers Josh Sturay, Dave Bottle and co-ordinator Brendan Carlin
A 60-year-old motorcyclist was seriously injured when his bike collided with a pickup truck on the Thunder Bay’s south side.
Wunnumin Lake residents are in shock following the deaths of three people, including an infant, in a house fire on Wednesday.
Oshki personal support worker students Rose Anderson, left, and Vanessa Thomas study the anatomy of the human body in the Penasie Room.