Seventy years ago, city firefighters would be busy repairing wooden toys at this time of year when off duty.
Dragon boats will be on ice during the Family Day weekend in February 2020. Fort William Historical Park announced the debut of the Ice Dragon Boat Challenge during the Voyageur Winter Carnival.
Two Greenstone women and a Winnipeg man face drug and weapons charges after Ontario Provincial Police executed a search warrant last Friday at a home in Beardmore.
With a hockey tournament at Fort William First Nation over the weekend, local business owners agree it is difficult to say yet whether the re-opening of the James Street Swing bridge will bring more customers, but it did get put through its paces.
When Alfred Saxberg was wounded in a trench during the First World War, medics had to figure out how to remove him from a hole made by the blast of a shell.
Superior North EMS has taken steps to keep its paramedics safe on the job after an increase in verbal and physical assaults against city paramedics in the last three years.
The good times at Thunder Bay’s Bombardier light-rail factory may one day return, but workers being let go this month and next will likely have to look for other jobs for the foreseeable future, their union says.
The long-awaited reopening of Thunder Bay’s James Street swing bridge, which has been the subject of a prolonged legal battle between the city and CN Rail, is to finally take place today.
The Conservative government used its majority Thursday to defeat an NDP bill that aimed to make it safer for truckers and everyday motorists when driving Northern Ontario’s two main highways in winter.
Proposed amendments to Ontario’s Mining Act would give short-shrift to Indigenous rights in the remote north, and undermine requirements to consult with affected First Nations before mining projects go forward, Matawa First Nations warned this week.
With around 200 Bombardier employees receiving layoff notices today, Kenora-Rainy River MPP Greg Rickford said the province will do everything it can to make sure the Thunder Bay plant has a future.
Pilots of float planes should take into account their levels of experience before setting out in rough flying conditions, especially when winds are gusty and lake surfaces are choppy, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) advises.
Harte Gold’s new president says this year’s setbacks at the company’s Sugar Zone mine near White River are being addressed to put the operation back on track sooner than later.
Dryden Mayor Greg Wilson said he still supports the idea of establishing a crematorium in his city, even though the proponent has abandoned his original plan for the project.
It was 169 years ago that the Robinson Superior Treaty was signed by First Nation leaders and the Crown setting out terms to share the lands and natural resources around Lake Superior.
After being on hold for two years, the Regional Food Distribution Association is bringing back its holiday hampers for seniors, singles and couples without children this Christmas season.
For someone who used to hate cooking, Robin Cooper has made an impact on the community as part of a team that prepares meals for more than 200 people twice a month at Shelter House Thunder Bay.
For a company that has gone through some rough times in Thunder Bay over the past decade, it was a refreshing change for Bombardier to break out the party hats on Saturday.
If sharing a meal brings people together then local food blogger Nick Lee is pretty sure a new United Way fundraising campaign designed around burgers is going to be a big success.
A decision to make Barrick Gold’s renowned Hemlo mine a “smaller” operation is expected to extend its operating life “well into the future,” but the exact number of workers that could be negatively impacted by the move was unclear Thursday.
In an annual effort to keep pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns out of the city landfill, the Great Pumpkin Compost Collection begins today in Thunder Bay.
Teachers in the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board are “organically Indigenizing” their own curriculum content through the new Grade 11 Indigenous Voices course.
Residents at the Walford will be on hand today to hand out candies to Halloween trick-or-treaters that come calling at the Pine Street and Red River Road residence.
As the owners of Bay Village Coffee, Gary Mack and Alan Forbes felt sick to their stomachs seeing the front door to their coffee shop smashed in early Tuesday morning.