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By Michael Robinson
for The Chronicle-Journal

Business owners are concerned about the location of Thunder Bay’s newest methadone clinic.

Koryn Stanley, a facilitator with Harmony Movement, speaks to a group of students that have come together from five school boards to take part in a Social Change Maker conference in Thunder Bay.

Thunder Bay’s Cambrian Players have found a new home at the Finlandia Club.

If you’re unsure of just how stressed out you might be, just ask your dentist.
That advice comes from Dr. Gerald Smith, a Thunder Bay-area dentist and president of the Ontario Dental Association.

The Northern Ontario School of Medicine is gearing up for its annual health sciences summer camp.

Confederation College students from the paramedic and police foundations programs spent Thursday going through simulations to learn how to work together as a team to save lives.

The Future Shop store that closed last Saturday in Thunder Bay, will re-open today as a Best Buy.

A Winnipeg driver with an apparent lead-foot has been charged with impaired driving after provincial police stopped a vehicle for speeding near Ignace on Thursday.

Even though core funding sources and a potential anchor tenant remain elusive goals, Thunder Bay Mayor Keith Hobbs says it would be a mistake to throw in the towel on the city’s proposed event centre.

Thunder Bay Mayor Keith Hobbs, left rear, is helped by Autism Ontario – Thunder Bay members on Thursday to make a proclamation and raise the flag in recognition of World Autism Awareness Day.