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Two city schools will use funds raised for school supplies to bring

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Katrina Sutherland was in shock when she heard she was the winner of

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A program designed to increase life skills of Indigenous children,

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More than 200 meals had gone out the door within the first hour of

Canadian and international mining giant Barrick Gold says it’s serious about meeting a target to cut carbon emissions at its various global operations by 30 per cent over the next nine years.

Researchers studying the natural habitat around a proposed underground storage site for nuclear waste near Ignace are using a special type of technology, says the agency behind the project.

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Food drives used to bring in up to 15 tonnes of food for the Regional Food Distribution Association as well as upwards of $20,000 in monetary donations.

A southern Ontario man has been charged with drug trafficking in Thunder Bay after police raided a home on Cumberland Street on Tuesday afternoon.

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A man from Fowler Township has been charged with dangerous driving after he allegedly drove his pickup truck through a tent in County Fair Plaza parking lot.

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Derek Turcotte of Couchiching First Nation, near Fort Frances is celebrating after winning a $100,000 top prize with the Instant $100,000 jackpot.

A Thunder Bay man along with a man from southern Ontario were each charged with drug-trafficking Tuesday after city police responded to a report of a “disturbance” at a south-side home.

The Northwestern Health Unit saw a jump in the number of COVID-19 cases in its catchment area on Monday after 12 new cases were identified in the Rainy River District.

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It’s estimated the residents of Thunder Bay and its surrounding communities have donated more than 15,000 winter jackets through the annual Spread the Warmth winter coat drive.

Anyone needing a paper copy of their COVID-19 vaccine receipt can have one printed at any Thunder Bay Public Library location.

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A construction crew works to uncover a broken watermain in the parking lot of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Thunder Bay site on Windsor Street, which forced the closure of the club for the day on Friday. Club executive director Albert Aiello said he was alerted to water spewing out of the club…

A Wisconsin man and another man acting as his guide have been collectively fined $22,000 in a poaching case that involved the shooting of a bull moose from a boat.

Kenora’s Thomas Shura is among 15 Ontario selfless seniors being recognized by the province for volunteerism and “humanitarian activities.”

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Seeing hundreds of people gathered in Vickers Park for a tree-planting ceremony on the country’s first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Thursday is the message of support the chief of Fort William First Nation needed to see.

A 66-year-old man who suffered a life-threatening assault in downtown Kenora last week is believed to be still in hospital.

Lake Superior High School student Grace Molinski has been appointed as student trustee for a two-year term, Superior-Greenstone District School Board announced Thursday.

A man in his 30s remained at large Wednesday following last week’s armed robbery at a Hornepayne business, but provincial police said there is no concern for public safety.

This Sunday marks the 30th anniversary of the Canadian Cancer Society’s Run for the Cure and Thunder Bay residents can join the virtual event to help raise money for breast cancer research.

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Public health officials reported a new case of COVID-19 in the Rainy River district on Wednesday, bringing the total number of active cases west of Thunder Bay to six.

The Alzheimer Society of Thunder Bay will be hosting it’s inaugural Duck Hunt on Saturday at the Prince Arthur’s Landing festival area.

The Northwestern Health Unit is warning of an increased risk of COVID-19 in the Emo area after many new cases of the virus have been identified within a group of people in the area in the last few weeks.

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In 1962, Jimmy Stathopoulos bought the building known as Pioneer Hardware on Red River Road.

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Cathy Paroschy-Harris is the winner of more than $3,400 in the Friends of Chippewa Park’s Summer 2021 50/50 draw.

Police are looking for witnesses to a fatal collision that happened Friday at the intersection of Red River Road and Hill Street.

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Two Thunder Bay high schools have had individuals associated with the schools test positive for COVID-19.

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More than 700 direct employees and contractors at Impala Canada’s Lac Des Iles (LDI) mine near Thunder Bay won’t be able to work there unless they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 2, the company announced Friday.

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A 68-year-old Minneapolis-area man was killed Thursday morning and his wife was badly injured when the pickup truck he was driving crashed into a transport truck near Dryden.

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The United Way of Thunder Bay’s GenNext cabinet is providing mini ways for individuals, families and workplaces to volunteer to make a difference.

A 60-year-old woman is facing impaired driving charges after crashing into a liquor store.

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