Organizers of the Polar Bear Plunge are looking for more participants to make the icy leap into Lake Superior on April 1.
Ten years after archeologists David Norris and Arlene Lahti began an archeological business in their basements, their Woodland Heritage Northwest service has become a critical component to many area industries, with mining being at the top of the list.
About a dozen doctors who work in some of the most remote communities in Northwestern Ontario are to come under the umbrella of a First Nation-led health agency starting this summer.
The Ontario government’s budget presented on Thursday was the hot topic during the second day of the Thunder Bay District Municipal League conference Friday at the Prince Arthur Waterfront Hotel.
The icebreaking vessel Samuel Risley was busy with its first full day of work in Thunder Bay harbour on Friday. The Canadian Coast Guard vessel first broke free local tugs that are also assisting with icebreaking duties. The Thunder Bay Port Authority said that due to this year’s mild winter…
Nearly 75 per cent of Marathon residents who responded to a survey about the prospect of allowing backyard chicken coops in residential areas said they are supportive of the idea.
DOVER, Del. (AP) — A federal district court judge has upheld the approval of a $2.4 billion bankruptcy reorganization plan aimed at resolving tens of thousands of child sexual abuse claim against the Boy Scouts of America.
VICTORIA - British Columbia's health minister says he's pushing through a regulatory change to limit the sale of the diabetes drug Ozempic to non-Canadian residents as celebrities promote its weight loss side-effects.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge has ruled that former Vice President Mike Pence will have to testify before a grand jury after he was subpoenaed by the special counsel investigating efforts by former President Donald Trump and his allies to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
Krista McCarville has made a change to her competitive women’s curling lineup.
Congratulations go out to the Westgate Tigers high school girls hockey team on a winning a third consecutive Thunder Bay championship earlier this month.
Red Lake Miners goaltender Jack Osmond, centre, robs Thunder Bay North Stars’ Colby Feist of a first-period goal during Game 2 of the Superior International Junior Hockey League quarterfinal series on Friday at Fort William Gardens. At left are Miners Jonah DesRosiers and Ty Woodard. E.J. Pa…
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