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The operator of a small hydro station just below Thunder Bay’s Boulevard Lake dam is suing the city for $7.2 million for past and future revenue losses, as well as alleged negligence and breach of con

The North Superior Workforce Planning Board has released a visual timeline of occupational needs and skills demands in the region’s mining sector.

Given the depressed state of metal prices, they could be forgiven for feeling a little morose.

Upset over some recent city council decisions, Dryden Mayor Craig Nuttall is taking three weeks off.

Decisions take time.

Though spring appears to have finally arrived — albeit two weeks late — consistent below-zero temperatures at night are making for an ideal, slow snow-melt, says Environment Canada.

Thunder Bay Police reports officers had a busy Saturday night “with the usual assortment of criminal code and public order issues.’’

It was a hat lover’s paradise Sunday at Volunteer Thunder Bay’s Mad Hatter Tea.

Two Lakehead University students have won two of the five grand prizes awarded in a province-wide virtual scavenger hunt.

A variety of skaters performed in the Walk of Fame Ice Show in Thunder Bay, wrapping up her final year with the Fort William Figure Skating Club.