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Plans are again in the works for Camp Quality's signature camping experience for children living with cancer.

Moose hunters in Northern Ontario will face a shorter calf hunting season this fall and less chances to win an adult moose licence in the annual tag draw.

By Jeff Labine, CJ staff
A final decision on whether to expand the scope of an inquest looking into the deaths of seven Aboriginal youths will be made at a later date.

Clad in red T-shirts, dozens of students, faculty and supporters took part in a walk in a silent protest aimed at fighting racism on social media.

Motorists travelling in the Thunder Bay area need to watch out for four roads that have been closed due to spring flooding or washouts.
The Ministry of Transportation reports that:

The Nishnawbe Aski Nation wants the scope of an inquest into the deaths of First Nation students in Thunder Bay expanded to include a number of other social and investigative topics.

Thunder Bay Mayor Keith Hobbs is giving administration two months to look at other options for the proposed event centre.

Visitors to the Centennial Botanical Conservatory look at a pineapple bloom. The City of Thunder Bay is looking at possibly expanding the Centennial Botanical Conservatory.

The City of Dryden is one of 11 additional Ontario communities which will receive funding this year from the Community Transportation Pilot Grant Program, the Ministry of Transportation reports.

Kenora area business owners and entrepreneurs will get access to counselling services and capital as a result of more than $1.5 million from FedNor.