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Friday September 4 2015
12:33 PM EDT

Crash sends vehicle onto homeowner’s lawn TRAFFIC

THUNDER BAY -- Two people suffered minor injuries after a two vehicle crash Wednesday evening. A car and a pickup truck collided off of High and Inchiquin Streets, sending one vehicle onto a sidewalk and the other into the backyard lawn of a nearby...

Treasure Exchange Days return this month LOCAL

City of Thunder Bay (PSA) Treasure Exchange Days Return September 12 and 13 Do you have gently-used items you no longer need, or are you searching for that one-of-a-kind treasure? Treasure Exchange Days are back September 12th and 13th....

Fresh Air runners won't let fire stop tradition LOCAL

THUNDER BAY -- A fire couldn't stop a weekly tradition that's been more than a decade in the making. For 12 years local runners have been meeting at Fresh Air Experience...

Police find body after high speed chase

Rat Portage, Ont. – Police are investigating a suspicious death following a high speed chase near this First Nations community Tuesday. Officials with the Kenora...

Still hot in parts of Northwest, Environment Canada warns WEATHER

It’s still hot out there in parts of Northwestern Ontario, says Environment Canada. While it doesn’t include Thunder Bay, which is expecting a high of 25 C...

Head of Truth and Reconciliation Commission to get award from university CANADA

WINNIPEG - The chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission has been announced as the recipient of this year's Duff Roblin Award from the University of Winnipeg....

Local members of Merchant Navy remembered with flag ceremony CITY HALL

THUNDER BAY -- Thornley Christiansen was the last surviving Merchant Navy officer in Thunder Bay. He died last September at age 87. Christianson and roughly 30 other Thunder Bay residents served during the Second World War, running supplies across...

City looking into free parking for veterans CITY HALL

THUNDER BAY -- The city of Thunder Bay could be on its way to giving its veterans a free pass, at least when it comes to parking. Coun. Joe Virdiramo tabled a motion this...

Contractor wasn't meeting deadlines waterfront condo project developer says LOCAL

THUNDER BAY -- ReSolve Group president Gisele MacDonald says Man-Shield Construction was not meeting its deadlines, which led to the decision to remove the company as the general...

Man dies after jumping off Keewatin Bridge POLICE

KENORA -- A 48-year old Manitoba man is dead after jumping off the Keewatin Bridge into Lake of the Woods. Kenora OPP say the body of Isle Du Chene, Man.' s Brian Allarie...

Calls from refugees begging to come to Thunder Bay received every day LOCAL

THUNDER BAY -- Every day there are people begging to come to Thunder Bay. Phone calls from people hiding in church basements in France, emails from girls looking to escape...

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