OPP Sgt. Nicole Haueisen has been appointed “team leader” at the force’s Armstrong detachment.
Impala Canada and Whitesand First Nation inked this week a community benefit agreement expected to lay the groundwork for future economic benefits for band members.
On Tuesday, the United Way of Thunder Bay unveiled their new Local Love flag at city hall. This unveiling occurred on the second day of Local Love Week, a week of activities hosted by the United Way as part of their Local Love campaign. The flag raising kicked off with an introduction from U…
A family and youth camp near Kenora has received a $477,000 provincial grant towards the cost of installing a commercial kitchen as well as laundry and washroom facilities.
MONTREAL - The percentage of Quebec voters who have cast an early ballot has almost doubled compared with the last election, the province's elections office said Monday.
CHANNEL-PORT AUX BASQUES, N.L. - Jocelyn Gillam knows she’s lucky to be alive after coming face-to-face with the post-tropical storm that destroyed part of her southwestern Newfoundland town and nearly swept her away in a surge of rushing water.
HAMILTON - Ontario's police watchdog is investigating the deaths of two men in a car crash following an interaction with a Hamilton police officer Sunday night.
Thunder Bay’s Nolan Blundon has been named the School Athlete of the Year by Special Olympics Ontario.
(Editor’s note: This is the second part of a three-part run of Blasts from the Past columns reflecting on the 1972 Summit Series during the 50th anniversary this month)
Check out the latest episode of the Hear Ye, Hear Ye CJ Sports podcast. This week, Chronicle-Journal sports editor Reuben Villagracia talks about Thunder City Speedway's final weekend of action, Thunderwolves hockey, Roger Federer's last match and a preview of the Weekend Edition. Find the C…