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BY IAN PATTISON

Trans-Canada Highway travellers and commuters motoring just east of Thunder Bay will soon be able to enjoy what their Sault Ste.

The Community Giving Group and several investment firms hosted an estate planning seminar Monday to give people direction on how to make a legacy gift.

Wasaya Airways says it won’t cut any flights to the remote communities it serves, despite cutting more than 45 jobs last week.

Fred Wolmot has a blood sample taken by LifeLabs phlebotomist Ashlee Castellani, above, during the Men Make It Happen! event Sunday at the Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre.

THE CANADIAN PRESS and The Chronicle-Journal

The inaugural plane pull for Shelter House went off without a hitch Sunday at the Wayasa Airways hangar in Thunder Bay.

The Nature Conservancy of Canada and TD Bank have purchased two big Lake Superior islands, the preservationist group announced Friday.

From left, Lisa Neilson, Holly Atwood, Chancy Atwood, Bethany Fisher and Angela Benedict rollerskate to disco music at a roller disco event in the former Eaton building basement, the home of the Thund

A study is calling for more front-line staff in Ontario’s long-term care facilities, and more one-on-one time for such workers to give to facility residents.