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The Thunder Bay Francophone community is looking for ideas to make their new community centre magnifique.

Thunder Bay Police are seeking a tall, thin man following an armed robbery Wednesday night at a south-side Mac’s store.

Motorists travelling on Highway 72 into Sioux Lookout need to stop on the line.

Classroom technology is being taking to new heights as more and more Thunder Bay high school students go digital with lessons and homework.

An animal rights group is calling for a ban on calf moose hunting to stop the decline of the moose herd in Northern Ontario.

A long-awaited inquest into the death of seven aboriginal youth who died after leaving their home communities to pursue secondary education in Thunder Bay, is set to proceed following a lengthy delay

Confederation College students and staff had questions as they arrived Tuesday to find 100 red dresses hanging from trees, banisters and ceilings around the campus.

The mayor of Schreiber says he was shocked to hear his town was ruled out as a candidate to house nuclear fuel.

It looks like winter-like weather will continue for at least a few more weeks in Northwestern Ontario.

Despite putting this year’s budget under the microscope, Thunder Bay city council didn’t appear able to bring the tax levy increase to the more desired two-per cent as they continued to hammer out bud