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A program that is helping Northwestern Ontario First Nation residents become qualified for potential mining jobs in the Ring of Fire belt is being kept going with a $565,000 provincial grant.

Ladies of the Italian Society of Port Arthur, from left, Maria Frattaroli, Aquila Slobbe, Raffaela Tassone, Lena Gazzola, Maria Tempesta, Emma Rucchetto, Rita Costanzo and Connie Marino prepare sandwi

Thunder Bay Hydro is giving customers the power to manage their accounts online.

A Thunder Bay man “is lucky to be alive’’ after fire caused extensive damage to his home Thursday.
Firefighters responded around 1 a.m. to the E. Mary Street blaze.

An armed man and a woman arrested near Sault Ste.

A man who finished a walk Wednesday at the Cascades Conservation Area discovered a 24-foot mobile trailer home in the parking lot with smoke billowing from the roof.

Things were slowly getting back to normal on Wednesday following a heavy dump of snow and freezing rain on Monday and Tuesday.

Fort Severn First Nation was in mourning Wednesday following the recovery of the body of a young woman from a burned home, band officials said.