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Wednesday May 27 2015
1:27 AM EDT

Family of Catherine Gowan glad to ‘finally’ see case of girl’s death opened after 25 years (UPDATE) NORTHWEST

Police are now investigating the death a girl in Manitouwadge 25 years ago as a homicide. Catherine Gowan died when she was 15 on July 8, 1990. The case remained cold as no foul play was originally suspected in the girl’s death. But...

TRAFFIC: Harbour Expressway Repaving Delayed Again TRAFFIC

City media release follows : THUNDER BAY -- The start of the resurfacing of the Harbour Expressway between Highway 11/17 and Golf Links Road has been delayed due to an equipment malfunction. The contractor in charge of the project noticed...

Bombardier keeping eyes on potential transit contract from Hamilton

THUNDER BAY -- Ideally the union representing workers at Bombardier in Thunder Bay would like to see all cities in Ontario have their transit vehicles built here. The local...

Cracks in recently paved trail force city to close portion of Boulevard Lake walkway CITY HALL

Cracks in the asphalt surface have forced the city to close a portion of the Boulevard Lake trail on the southwest side of the lake. The closure is effective Tuesday. City officials say the trail was paved last fall and the consulting engineers...

Company proposing solar park shares vision of Thunder Bay plant at local news conference BUSINESS

A company looking to set up a first-of its-kind solar manufacturing plan in Thunder Bay has a large vision. Energy North Bandcorp compares it's proposed 3,000 job integrated...

Contents of package that cleared courthouse deemed safe; sender cautioned POLICE

The contents of  suspicious package that led to last Saturday’s evacuation of the Thunder Bay Courthouse have been deemed safe by Thunder Bay Police. “A subsequent examination did not reveal any criminal intent regarding the package...

Community Living labour dispute resolved for now LOCAL

THUNDER BAY – The labour dispute involving about 325 local developmental service has been resolved, for the time being. Members of the Ontario Public Sector Employees...

NAN seeking $150K in damages from group occupying local offices LOCAL

THUNDER BAY -- Court documents show Nishnawbe Aski Nation is seeking $150,000 in damages from a group of Hornepayne First Nation protestors who have  occupied their offices...

Two Northern Ontario cities share $96K in provincial funds NORTHWEST

Ontario Ministry of Mines and Northern Development News Release follows:   Ontario Investing in Economic Development in Kenora and Timiskaming Province Helping Northern Communities with Economic Planning May 26, 2015 11:00...

Pair of Manitoba tobacco smugglers arrested

(KENORA, ON) – On Monday May 25, 2015 at around 12:00 a.m members of the Kenora Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) conducted a traffic stop on Highway 17A. ...

Kenora man charged with impaired driving after concerned motorists complain OPP

OPP News Release (KENORA, ON) Members of the Kenora Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have charged a Kenora man following a traffic complaint. ...

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