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New gold mining operations are significant when it comes to boosting local job opportunities and economic activity, say to two new industry research reports funded in part by the Ministry of Northern

(THUNDER BAY, ON) On Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at approximately 8:23 am, an officer with the Ontario Provincial Police Highway Safety Division (OPP HSD) was on patrol on Highway 11/17 south of Olive

Rentech’s new wood-pellet plants in Atikokan and Wawa should be in production before the end of this year, despite earlier delays in getting new equipment to the operations, the company announced Tues

Thunder Bay Botanical Conservatory worker Wanda Blackwell checks a pineapple that is growing at the top of the waterfall.

Fort Frances area provincial police are teaming up with members of the Rainy River District Community Policing Committee again this year on Project Safe Halloween.

Darcy Johnson, with his children Shaila Johnson, 10, and Hunter Johnson, 13, stand in a seance room, which is part of their Halloween display in Thunder Bay. The display at 313 Belton St.

All they can do is hope that everything will work out.

Thunder Bay Police have ruled out foul play in this spring’s discovery of the remains of an infant on the city’s south side.

The Dryden Police Services Board is looking for a new chief of police.
The board announced Tuesday the resignation of Rob Davis, effective Jan. 4.