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'Tis the season: Bike lanes re-open LOCAL

THUNDER BAY -- Bike lanes in Thunder Bay are open again for the cycling season. Cyclists will be able to enjoy the safety of more than 30 kilometres of bike lanes the city has put in place over the last several years. Motorists are reminded...

Investigators await autopsy results for Brant Street body LOCAL

THUNDER BAY -- City police are still awaiting results of an autopsy on the body of a woman found Saturday in a wooded area off Brant Street. Thunder Bay Polices Service...

Kashechewan evacuees scheduled for Greenstone on hold at home NORTHWEST

Kashechewan First Nation members who were scheduled to evacuate their remote community due to flood risk will not be heading to Greenstone, following a heated conference call...

Flag raising at city hall 'really means a lot,' Chief says LOCAL

THUNDER BAY – The chief of Fort William First Nation says the raising of his community’s flag outside city hall is a significant symbol of the commitment to work...

School bus crash sends student to hospital TRAFFIC

One public school student was sent to the hospital following a school bus crash in Gillies Monday morning. The single-vehicle crash took place on Highway 595 near Parker...

Five new local correctional officers training in Sudbury LOCAL

Province Begins Training New Recruits in Sudbury Training for 24 new correctional officers for institutions across Northern Ontario is now underway in Sudbury through the Correctional Officer Training and Assessment (COTA) North program to further...

Three sent to hospital after pickup, city bus collide TRAFFIC

THUNDER BAY – Three people are in the hospital after a collision involving a city bus Monday morning. Shortly after 10:30 a.m., first responders received reports...

No ‘be nice’ approach for ‘White Power Problem’ workshops LOCAL

THUNDER BAY – What exactly is white supremacy and how can we fight it? That is one of the central questions to an upcoming and sold out series of workshops Diversity Thunder Bay is hosting called “The White Problem.” “I...

Hit and run sends three to hospital TRAFFIC

Saturday evening, (30 April 2016) at about 10 p.m., there was a rear-end type collision at the intersection of Harbour Expressway and Memorial Ave. A beige 2008 Ford Escape,...

Power outage closes public school LOCAL

THUNDER BAY – A power outage in the Whitefish area has led to the closure of Whitefish Public School for the day, public board officials confirmed Monday morning. Buses are on site at the school to bring students back home, but no student...

College scores high on provincial KPI LOCAL

THUNDER BAY -- The annual Key Performance Indicators have been released for colleges around Ontario.  For Confederation College, that’s good news. The new KPI...

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