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Wednesday September 2 2015
2:25 AM EDT

Brew Ha! Beer Festival will return in 2016, organizers confirm LIFE

THUNDER BAY -- When over 2,800 people bought tickets to Thunder Bay's first craft beer festival over the Aug. 13-15 weekend, there was little doubt BrewHa! would be back for another round. "We're very pleased with the outcome of the...

Thunder Bay-Rainy River candidates weigh in on escaping recession

According to Statistics Canada, the country is officially in recession in the middle of an election campaign. On Tuesday, the agency confirmed the Canadian economy has contracted...

Both sides of pipeline debate say other side making a decision before the facts are in CITY HALL

THUNDER BAY -- Both sides of a controversial proposed pipeline project are accusing the other of making a decision before all the facts are in. On Monday night Thunder Bay...

Pair in Kenora charged with impaired driving over the weekend

Kenora OPP media release follows: (KENORA, ON) Members of the Kenora Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have charged a male and female over the weekend for Impaired Driving offences.  On Saturday August 29, 2015 at approximately...

Home break-in ends with homeowner pinning down one of four suspects, 22-year-old stabbed CRIME

Thunder Bay Police Service Media Release Break and Enter In Progress - Arrest Made Thunder Bay Police received a 911 call at 2:34 a.m. on September 1, 2015 for a...

Fort Hope man arrested following convenience store robbery CRIME

Thunder Bay Police Service media release Thunder Bay Police have arrested a Fort Hope male for a robbery that occurred last evening at a Mac's Convenience Store location...

Shuniah Council passes bow hunting within municipality during morning meeting LOCAL

On the first day of bow hunting season, Shuniah Council has legalized the practise in the rural community. Under the new bylaw, hunting with bows and arrows will be legal...

200 property owners served over failing to disconnect downspouts (UPDATE) CITY HALL

THUNDER BAY -- Anyone who hasn't disconnected their downspout from city sewers should be aware that they could face consequences. But the lead lawyer in a class action...

New program could save cats' lives, city money CITY HALL

THUNDER BAY --  A pilot program could save the lives of feral cats and the city money. The program, approved by city council for a six-month trial Monday, would see...

Parking proposals delayed as city looks for more input CITY HALL

THUNDER BAY -- A pair of proposed parking limits won't be in place anytime soon as the city looks to work out the details with those most impacted by the restrictions. The first proposal, to put a two-hour parking limit on Elgin Street near...

City council decides not to make a decision on Energy East project until it's before the National Energy Board LOCAL

THUNDER BAY -- City council has decided it won't decide right now whether to oppose a proposed pipeline project. A memo from Coun. Paul Pugh wanting the city to formally...

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