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Courtney Reimer feeds a flock of mallards and a couple of hungry seagulls that have made the Victoria Street dock area their home in Dryden.

GPS technology has helped an injured Duluth man in Quetico Provincial Park receive medical attention sooner.

Provincial police remind motorists to be on the lookout for school buses and students as a new school year begins next week.

A Municipality of Neebing dairy farm is getting help from the province to expand its operation.
Jim and Wilma Mol intend to add a bottling facility to their Slate River Dairy and Riverbend Farm.

Thunder Bay’s police chief wants action by all levels of government to deal with the underlying causes of violence and despair within communities like Thunder Bay where mental health, poverty and addi

A Fort Frances man has been identified as the victim of Thunder Bay’s seventh homicide victim of the year.

Dougall Media is about to end its longtime affiliation with CBC Television, four years after it severed ties with CTV in favour of the CanWest Global network.

Having doubled in number in just two years, the growing popularity of Thunder Bay’s community gardens was cause for celebration on Wednesday.

North West Region provincial police are gearing up for this year’s back-to-school season by encouraging everyone to be vigilant and patient when they encounter school buses.

Two people have been charged with second-degree murder in Thunder Bay’s seventh homicide of the year.