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Delay decision on indoor turf facility, city manager urges

Delay decision on indoor turf facility, city manager urges

Thunder Bay’s city manager Norm Gale cites financial impact of COVID-19 in recommending council delay decision to late 2021.
City steps in to clean up fire-damaged Simpson Street property

City steps in to clean up fire-damaged Simpson Street property

City hopes move will lead to future development on site of 2019 fire
City moves forward with shields for bus drivers

City moves forward with shields for bus drivers

Half a million dollars allocated for barriers in response to assaults on drivers
North harbour mercury cleanup to cost $65 million-plus

North harbour mercury cleanup to cost $65 million-plus

Thunder Bay city council endorses plan to manage contaminated sediment on-site
City to consider expanding bylaw enforcement

City to consider expanding bylaw enforcement

Move would take pressure off police, respond to longstanding community complaints, advocates say
Mauro ‘very happy’ with $4 billion in funding for municipalities

Mauro ‘very happy’ with $4 billion in funding for municipalities

The funding is a partnership between the provincial and federal government and $2 billion will be designated for public transit
Thunder Bay city council to consider loitering bylaw

Thunder Bay city council to consider loitering bylaw

Motion to consider new bylaw giving more enforcement powers to police comes as similar proposal in Kenora sparks condemnation
City didn’t consult elders’ council on mascot, despite claim

City didn’t consult elders’ council on mascot, despite claim

City of Thunder Bay issues second apology over 50th anniversary mascot compared to sacred Thunderbird
Council to consider fireworks limits

Council to consider fireworks limits

City councillor Aldo Ruberto wants city to consider reducing number of days fireworks allowed, regulating noise levels
Mayor welcomes “safe restart” funding, but impact uncertain

Mayor welcomes “safe restart” funding, but impact uncertain

No indication how much city will receive from $19B-plus aid package, as it stares down COVID-19 losses of up to $13 million