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Maria Saburov and Mackenzie Carchidi peel carrots Wednesday at the Regional Food Distribution Association (RFDA) in Thunder Bay.

High-level government talks on infrastructure development in the Ring of Fire mining area are imminent.

Employees of a crisis shelter in Dryden have reached a first contract with management.

Confederation College has signed a national indigenous education protocol to reaffirm a commitment to make indigenous education a priority.

Thunder Bay ratepayers could get dinged with another tax increase next year, but the city’s mayor says that shouldn’t put the brakes on plans for a new event centre.

Municipal and provincial officials appeared to be watching different movies Tuesday as reaction to the second major winter storm of the season differed widely.

Hundreds of volunteers were busy Monday unloading trucks and sorting food on the second day of the Christmas Cheer blitz.
“Today is fantastic,’’ Christmas Cheer chairwoman Joleene Kemp declared.

Whether it was in print or in person over lunch, Joy Asham could tell a great story.

Cooler temperatures should put an end to the rainy, sloppy weather much of Northwestern Ontario has been experiencing, but it will hardly be a return to the deep-freeze, Envronment Canada says.

More than 200 people sat down Sunday to a Christmas meal during the Salvation Army Christmas Dinner sponsored by the Valhalla Inn.