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Monday April 27 2015
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Group rallies in effort to save Wilderness Discovery Camp LOCAL

THUNDER BAY – The Wilderness Discoveery Camp is a special place for Tracy Hurlbert. Hurlbert, who is confined to a wheelchair, has been attending the HAGI Community Services for Independence operated accessible camp for the past 12 years....

Thunder Bay clothing designer starts fundraising campaign to feed earthquake victims BUSINESS

A Thunder Bay entrepreneur with ties to Nepal is seeking donations to help build a community kitchen to provide food and water to people affected by a devastating earthquake...

NOMA passes resolution looking for train speed restrictions within communities LOCAL

THUNDER BAY – A number of regional leaders are looking at controlling the speed limits of trains passing through the heart of their municipalities. The Northwestern...

Cancer campaign raises more than $7 million LOCAL

THUNDER BAY – The Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre launched their Exceptional Cancer Care campaign in October 2013, aiming to raise $5.9 million. More than...

Warm weather expected this week: Environment Canada LOCAL

THUNDER BAY - Warm temperatures are on the way. Environment Canada's seven-day forecast is predicting the city will see daily high temperatures of around 15C throughout the next week, a far cry from the single digit temperatures felt in the...

North-side sandwich shop robbed LOCAL

THUNDER BAY - A suspect was able to flee with what is described as a small amount of cash after robbing a north-side sandwich shop. The male entered the Mr. Sub on Red River Road shortly before midnight Friday night and jumped over the counter....

Knife-wielding suspect sought after overnight convenience store robbery LOCAL

THUNDER BAY - A knife-wielding suspect is being sought in connection with an early morning convenience store robbery. The Mac's location on Oliver Road was robbed shortly...

High school students concerned about impact of a teachers' strike LABOUR

Leo Dube is worried about his future. The Grade 12 Hammarskjold High School student says the threat of a looming teachers' strike is weighing heavy on students, especially...

OPP dive team recovers body, believed to be missing Eabametoong First Nation man FIRST NATIONS

Police have recovered the body of a man believed to have gone through the ice in Eabametoong First Nation. Members of the OPP’s underwater search and recovery unit, the emergency response team and the OPP helicopter unit were sent to the...

Provincial ministers address concerns during NOMA bear pit LOCAL

THUNDER BAY – City MPPs are defending the provincial government’s intention to begin the privatization of Hydro One. Both Michael Gravelle (Lib., Thunder Bay-Superior...

Wisk Air's $4M helicopter one of fastest in region BUSINESS

Four million dollars will buy a pretty impressive helicopter these days. Wisk Air Helicopters is hoping their new Bell 412 helicopter, one of just 12 in Canada, can play...

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