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Council looks to by-law enforcement to relieve police

Council looks to by-law enforcement to relieve police

More officers, evening work options considered by councillors
Community centres opt for independence - mostly

Community centres opt for independence - mostly

Majority of centres will stay board-run, but face increased responsibilities
City faces decision on Marina Park pedestrian bridge

City faces decision on Marina Park pedestrian bridge

25-year-old bridge needs repairs to stay open this year
New fund to help homeowners remove lead pipes

New fund to help homeowners remove lead pipes

City estimates more than 1,000 homes exceed safe levels in drinking water.
North-South cycling link first casualty of 2020 budget

North-South cycling link first casualty of 2020 budget

Project was considered city’s top cycling infrastructure priority.
Council looks to reduce 2020 tax hike

Council looks to reduce 2020 tax hike

City administration directed to report back on options to knock 1% off tax levy increase
Non-profits seek more support in 2020 budget

Non-profits seek more support in 2020 budget

But status quo proposed budget looks to hold the line.
Speeders beware: new rules aim to slow Thunder Bay drivers

Speeders beware: new rules aim to slow Thunder Bay drivers

Red light cameras, reduced speeds among new policies passed by city council.
Thunder Bay declares climate emergency

Thunder Bay declares climate emergency

City council passes motion unanimously
Transit operators demand safety shields, panic buttons

Transit operators demand safety shields, panic buttons

Citing three recent assaults on city buses, Thunder Bay transit operators marched on city hall on Wednesday night to demand that council agree to introduce safety measures to keep workers safe.