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Wednesday July 29 2015
8:03 PM EDT

Master plan a bold vision of Thunder Bay's potential waterfront (8 PHOTOS) CITY HALL

THUNDER BAY – Proposed development at the city’s waterfront could return the land to its past scenic state. A waterfront master plan for the festival area as well as the tugboat basin and Pool 6 site within the waterfront was unveiled...

Gathering opposes aerial herbicide spraying LOCAL

THUNDER BAY – A group of concerned citizens is concerned about an upcoming aerial herbicide spray in three area forests. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry...

Boy sent to hospital in stable condition after falling from a second-storey window LOCAL

THUNDER BAY -- A young boy is in stable condition after falling from a window Wednesday afternoon. The six-year-old was brought to hospital after the second-storey fall at a home on Coppin Road near Mountain Road. Superior North EMS say he...

City postpones historic China trip for Aboriginal youth CITY HALL

City of Thunder Bay media release follows:   Aboriginal Youth Trip to China Being Postponed July 27, 2015 – Plans to send a contingent of Aboriginal youth to Jiaozou, China is being postponed until sufficient funds to sponsor...

Atikokan to receive funding for wewage treatment plant rehabilitation NORTHWEST

MPP Bill Mauro Media Release Residents of Atikokan will benefit from the rehabilitation of the sewage treatment plant thanks to joint funding from the Governments of Canada and Ontario through the Small Communities Fund. The Atikokan Sewage...

Tired of ‘excuses,’ TTC chairman says they want their ‘damn streetcars’ BUSINESS

THUNDER BAY -- While Toronto Transit Commission officials wait for their “damn streetcars,” the union president representing workers at the city’s Bombardier...

School-based immunization clinics coming to an end, less than 30 per cent participate HEALTH

Thunder Bay District Health Unit Media Release As of September 2015, the TBDHU will no longer be providing school-based immunization clinics for Senior Kindergarten...

Orignially a cold-weather program, Shelter House SOS numbers double this summer LOCAL

A Shelter House Thunder Bay program has seen its numbers double during the summer season. The SOS program was originally started as a cold weather initiative in 2013 to...

Police turn to public as they try to locate man spotted in Quetico Park NORTHWEST

(FORT FRANCES, ON) – On July 24, 2015 members of the Rainy River District Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) received a call from a member of the public concerned for the wellbeing of a male he encountered in the Brent Lake area...

Province invests $11.3 million in Atikokan hospital expansion HEALTH

ATIKOKAN, Ont. – Health-care infrastructure in Atikokan is beginning to conform to its aging population. Thunder Bay-Atikokan MPP Bill Mauro put a symbolic shovel...

Occupant suffers injuries, damage to home extensive in evening fire (9 PHOTOS/ VIDEO) FIRE

The occupant of a Finlayson Street home suffered minor injuries on Tuesday when a fire ripped through the upper level of his residence. Firefighters raced to the scene...

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