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Thursday February 11 2016
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Horizon launches $50 million lawsuit against province over failed wind farm plans LOCAL

Horizon Wind Inc. has filed a $50-million lawsuit against Ontario’s Ministry of Environment, accusing the government of negligent misrepresentations and misfeasance of public duty in stopping the company’s proposed wind farm on Thunder...

Thunder Bay an average place to fill up a tank BUSINESS

Thunder Bay is average. According to online gas price watchdog gasbuddy.com , the average price of regular fuel across Ontario is now sitting at 85.8-cents-per-litre. The...

School bus involved in crash NORTHWEST

(FORT FRANCES, ON) – On February 10, 2016 at approximately 8:20 am members of the Rainy River District Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were dispatched...

Send us your stories, we’ll make sure they’re told LOCAL

At tbnewswatch.com we are proud to have an award winning news staff collecting and telling stories from across this community and the region. But we’ve come to learn...

Are you using merge lanes properly? OPP

(THUNDER BAY, ON) – The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) would like to remind drivers regarding the proper use of highway acceleration...

Five players, one coach suspended by SIJHL SIJHL

THUNDER BAY, Ont. – Superior International Junior Hockey League Commissioner Bryan Graham has announced the following suspensions resulting from incidents from SIJHL Game No. 104, Dryden GM Ice Dogs @ Thunder Bay North Stars, played on Saturday,...

UPDATE: Dawson Road re-opens following transport crash TRAFFIC

Police, Fire and EMS responded to a single motor vehicle collision this morning at about 6:30 a.m at the intersection of Dawson Road at Shirley Road. An eastbound tractor-trailer...

Organization, employee, union feel shut out of possible conservatory plan LOCAL

THUNDER BAY -- Friends of the Thunder Bay Conservatory, employees and their union feel left out of a proposal to the city's only indoor park. In an options package to...

Shelter House asks for more in city budget to meet increasing demand, may have to cut services CITY HALL

THUNDER BAY -- Shelter House needs the city's help to keep going. Acting executive director Brad King told city council Tuesday night that the organization is in dire...

Renewal plan, which proposes school closures, presented to public board LOCAL

THUNDER BAY – It’s not easy to consider closing schools but given current challenges, it’s the right thing to do, insists the public school board’s director...

Students question possible plan to close Sir Winston Churchill CVI EDUCATION

Joshua Bruyere is not happy at the prospect of finishing his high school studies anywhere other than Sir Winston Churchill Collegiate and Vocational Institute. But the...

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