Michael Hatchey of M. Hachey and Sons Contracting Ltd., is working inside the former Dease Pool to jack hammer through nearly one-metre-thick walls of the swimming pool.
Thunder Bay District Health Unit reported another new positive case of COVID-19 Monday, while Opposition MPPs called on the Ford government to step up efforts to contain the virus at remote First Nations.
Much like the entire 2020 season, there were clouds hanging over the Superior Classic Car Club during Sunday’s final day of racing but they made it across the finish line.
Progress on Indigenous issues has been “significant” in some areas since the shooting death 25 years ago of Ipperwash protester Dudley George, but “there is still so much further to go,” Nishnawbe Aski Nation grand Chief Alvin Fiddler says.
Two weeks ago, Inge Stangier stood in the middle of her Murillo Bakery holding a bowl containing a mere 70 grams of unbleached flour. This was all that was left after producing the last of their signature breads and buns before turning off the ovens for good. Murillo Bakery has stopped opera…
Anishinabek Nation says it plans next spring to start a series of internet-based forums and information kits to increase awareness about the validity of Indigenous treaties and traditional rights.
From left, Robert Davidson, Mac Riobel, Pete Pevec, Gordon Mian, John Coutu, Louis Bourget and Ron Wiitala gather at their usual spot in the Cumberland Street McDonald’s restaurant parking lot for their daily meeting of the minds this month. The group, which seems to be growing in numbers, h…
The province has sent 19 “specialized” firefighters to Oregon to assist with a Canadian contingent dispatched to help the state battle massive forest fires.
Northwestern Health Unit reported on Friday one new case of COVID-19, but the overall infection rate in the Kenora district remained below one per cent.
Prolonged isolation brought on by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic makes it imperative to implement a promised national strategy on suicide prevention, says NDP MP Charlie Angus.
Twenty per cent of drivers under age 25 admit they either drove while under the influence of cannabis, or were a passenger in a vehicle when they knew the person at the wheel was high, a new survey has shown.
Kevin Johnson, owner of Aly’s Mini Putt and Fun Centre, is ready with tickets for the Alyssa Hope Charity Barbecue and Celebration. The fun begins Saturday at noon and continues until 4 p.m. at Aly’s Mini Golf and Fun Centre at Boulevard Lake. The fundraising event will feature performances …
A new map covers 1,100 kilometres of a canoe, hiking and cycling route, highlighting the trail between Fort William Historical Park through Northern Ontario and into Whiteshell Provincial Park in Manitoba.
The Thunder Bay Police Service accessed the provincial COVID-19 database more than 14,000 times to protect its officers and other first responders, says the lawyer for the city’s chief of police.
Some cooler temperatures and a little frost on the ground doesn’t mean you have to say goodbye to the balmy summer weather when you can find it at the Thunder Bay Botanical Conservatory.
The 24th annual Tim Hortons Smile Cookie campaign is back. The cookies are available at all Tim Hortons restaurants for $1 with proceeds going to the Thunder Bay Fire Fighters Toys for Tots Campaign and the George Jeffrey Children’s Treatment Centre. Last year, a record breaking $49.8 millio…
A Thunder Bay man is facing a series of charges after allegedly being involved in multiple collisions, including one near an elementary school on Friday.
The Ministry of Transportation will study the prospect of replacing a curvy section of Highway 17 west of Schreiber with a much straighter route closer to Lake Superior.
PRO Kids volunteer Joshua Swearengen, centre, makes a putt with fellow volunteers Katie Burton, left, and Cole Anderson on hand to measure the distance from the hole and keep score during the Mayor's Mulligan: Putting Edition on Friday. The putt-off style contest is a fundraiser for PRO Kids.
A quick reponse from a small First Nation community led to the rescue of a family of five after their boat capsized in the Asheweig River as they were returning home from a hunting and fishing trip.
A 63-year-old Thunder Bay man was charged with attempted murder Wednesday afternoon after another man was run over by a vehicle near the city and suffered serious injuries.
As students walked through the halls of Ecole Elsie MacGill Public School this week, the brand new building finally felt like school to principal Heather Harris.
Local labour union leaders and workers gathered for the Thunder Bay and District Labour Council Labour Day Car Rally on Monday to celebrate the contributions of working people and to start a new campaign aimed at all levels of government.
Students have once again come to Thunder Bay to learn and filled up the Lakehead University residences over the weekend. After moving books and bedsheets, sports equipment and clothing into the dorms, it was time for some safe fun.