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Thunder Bay Police have made an arrest in connection to two robberies in the city on April 3.

Cathy Woodbeck, left, of the Thunder Bay Multicultural Association, spoke to Confederation College’s international students this week.

Citing deteriorating ice conditions, Thunder Bay Fire Rescue is asking that people stay off frozen lakes and rivers in the area.

The federal government is providing support for victims of crime through legislation to create a Canadian Victims Bill of Rights, Kenora MP Greg Rickford says.

Investigation continues into a two-vehicle crash involving a police cruiser Thursday evening at the intersection of Franklin and Arthur streets.

Two Nip-Rock women who have crossed paths during their long-time efforts to promote their individual towns ended up at the same celebratory event Thursday.

After several months defending itself against criticism over its business decisions, Rentech Inc.

Grade 4 students from 15 Catholic elementary schools had their debut with the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra on Wednesday at the Thunder Bay Community Auditorium.

A 12-year-old boy has been charged with arson in an April 1 house fire in the 500 block of Onion Lake Road.
Police said no one was injured in the blaze, but the residence sustained serious damage.

A proposed pipeline to carry diluted bitumen from Alberta’s oil sands to Eastern Canada came under the local scope during a public forum held by a group who says the project poses huge risks to the co