With in-person programs not feasible due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Safe Cycling Thunder Bay is now offering an online workshop.
Starting Wednesday, First Street West in Nipigon — from the corner of the Canadian Tire and hospital, to the west entrance to Nipigon at the Trans-Canada Highway — will be closed for construction. Except for property owners on that stretch of First Street, all other traffic is asked to use t…
A Minnesota couple who allegedly violated a federal requirement to self-isolate upon entering Canada last month at the Fort Frances border crossing each face a $1,000 fine, provincial police said.
In a normal year, the SailSuperior.com fleet would have had hundreds of guests sailing with them by now. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the sailing charter company to work on their vessels and rethink the season, which started last week with the Superior Rocket Hurricane Zodiac powerboat t…
With increased foot traffic in the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, hospital officials are developing a policy to make wearing a mask or face covering mandatory for anyone entering the hospital.
The Fat Guys Annual Car Show has earned a reputation for being the biggest and best car show in Northwestern Ontario. This year, as a result of the global pandemic, the Fat Guys Car Show will be going virtual.
Public comments regarding two proposed high-voltage power lines on a corridor encompassing Thunder Bay, Atikokan and Dryden can be submitted to Ontario’s Environment ministry until Aug. 14.
Nine-year-old Michael Vita hit a roadblock in his quest to ride 1,000 kilometres on his bicycle by the end of summer to raise money for the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre.
The Metis Nation of Ontario is opposing a decision to repair a provincial dam east of Thunder Bay, saying the aging structure on the Black Sturgeon River prevents Lake Superior species like walleye and sturgeon from going upstream to spawn.
Though there is no disagreement that Thunder Bay’s district jail should be replaced sooner than later, anyone wondering when the province will finally get around to doing so probably shouldn’t hold their breath.
Kegs are ready to be tapped for a new Pride Lives Here beer that will be sold to support the Thunder Pride Association and Borderland Pride campaigns of of the same name.
The city’s police services board is offering its support into a look at whether the role of the Thunder Bay’s bylaw enforcement department should be expanded.
Jules Tupker, of the Thunder Bay Health Coalition, led a noon rally at the James Street government building on Wednesday to raise awareness of Bill 175, a piece of provincial government legislation that will affect home care in Ontario.
Though there’s nothing particularly uplifting about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, about 350 workers at Barrick Gold’s Hemlo mine at least went home in higher spirits Monday.
Bells will be ringing this weekend calling Catholic parishioners back to church. Thunder Bay Bishop Fred Colli announced parishes that have met the requirements to prepare for social distancing for their congregations and have put safety measures in place will open for mass celebrations at r…
Though large shipments of illegal drugs continue to flow into remote Fort Albany First Nation by air, winter road and most recently by boat, the band’s chief said ongoing efforts to cut off the flow sometimes pay off.
With classroom teaching interrupted in March by the COVID-19 pandemic, Claude E. Garton teachers designed a drive-by goodbye for the students and their families on the last day of school.
Ron Chookomolin carried a placard sign seeking information on his son’s unsolved murder as he walked around the busy intersection of Dawson Road and the Thunder Bay Expressway on Tuesday.