Dilico Anishinabek Family Care, along with the community of Fort William First Nation and St. Joseph’s Care Group marked the opening of an addictions clinic.


A partnership between the Kiwanis Club of Thunder Bay and the local Staples store will benefit two area schools.


The cost of eliminating a potential “environmental disaster” at the edge of Marathon’s harbour has swelled.

The Ministry of Labour is investigating a worksite injury, involving a man who had his arm caught in a conveyor belt on Thursday.

A fire in a Sioux Lookout multi-unit housing complex believed to be linked to the death of one person caused extensive damage to one of the building’s units, says the town’s fire department.

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City police are looking for two suspects involved in an overnight standoff at a Picton Avenue home.

A new case of COVID-19 was reported in the Kenora region by the Northwestern Health Unit on Wednesday. The followup has begun with the person involved and their contacts.

A robbery suspect at a convenience store last Thursday in Thunder Bay’s north side fled after a struggle with the clerk and other witnesses, city police say.

The man who was at the controls of an underground ore-hauling machine that killed a fellow miner at Barrick Gold’s Williams mine three years ago broke down and wept Tuesday at a coroner’s inquest, as he recounted an ordeal that haunts him still.

The Metis community celebrated the life of Louis Riel with a flag raising at city hall on Monday morning.


Sharlene Bourdeau doesn’t want missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls to be forgotten.

The operator of an underground scooptram machine likely didn’t see a 59-year-old Barrick Gold surveyor when the machine struck and killed him, a coroner’s inquest heard in Thunder Bay on Monday.


After serving as acting fire chief for the last year, Greg Hankkio was appointed fire chief of Thunder Bay Fire Rescue on Monday.


The Lakehead Canoe Club is trying to stay afloat with depleted reserve funds after being hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and years of delayed repairs to the Boulevard Lake dam.

A proposed merger between two Thunder Bay-area townships probably won’t come up again during the current term, says one of the councillors who voted in favour of nixing the idea.

The chief of the Dryden Police Service says the force will continue to do its job as it normally would while the city goes through another debate over whether the city should be policed by the OPP.

A concerted effort to nip forest fires in the bud before they went out of control appears to have paid off, the province says.

The public was warned late last month about an apparent rise in phone scams in which fraudsters attempt to get their target’s social insurance number.


Two new fourplex apartment buildings in Thunder Bay’s north side for geared-to-income tenants were expected to be fully occupied by the end of October.

The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed another organization, forcing closures, staff cuts and programming cuts.


Some hopeful news came out of a Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce roundtable meeting Friday morning, which could affect the Thunder Bay Bombardier Transportation plant’s hopes of landing a contract for 60 street cars.

A 55-year-old man who died in a Thunder Bay hospital last week appeared in poor health shortly after city police picked him up for trespassing at a Fort William Road Starbucks outlet, Ontario’s police watchdog says.

When TV Ontario contacted Harvard-trained Erik Knutsen, a law professor at Queens University, about legal information surrounding the pipe situation in his home town of Thunder Bay, he wondered what was going on.

One new COVID-19 case was reported in the Thunder Bay district on Wednesday, along with three others in the Kenora area.

A colour party marched solemnly to the stage area at the Royal Canadian Legion, Slovak Branch 129, Wednesday morning, as a sparse gathering stood distanced apart.


The Thunder Bay District Health Unit announced eight new COVID-19 cases in the region on Tuesday.

On Remembrance Day, the sailors and officers of HMCS Griffon will pause to reflect on the sacrifices our fellow members of the Canadian Armed Forces have made and continue to make around the world. We are humbled by the courageous service of all those who fought for the freedom and peace we …

Provincial police continued Monday to probe two separate deaths near Dryden, one of which has been declared a homicide.

Thunder Bay’s police service will present a budget of $47 million to city council for approval during municipal budget deliberations early next year.


More than 50 homeowners took part in a rally demanding action on pinhole leaks that have been plaguing Thunder Bay residents for nearly a year.

Thirty support workers who assist people with disabilities in Dryden, Fort Frances and Kenora recently inked a new three-year contract that includes wage increases and a lump-sum payments of up to $1,000.