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Designated truck route halted

Designated truck route halted

Council votes to reject proposed bylaw that would implement restrictions for heavy truck traffic, causing uncertainty about what comes next.
City launches online survey for strategic review of fire department

City launches online survey for strategic review of fire department

Online survey, which intends to gather public perception of Thunder Bay Fire Rescue, is open until June 30.
Public weighs in on development of strategic plan, 2020 budget

Public weighs in on development of strategic plan, 2020 budget

The draft four-year strategic plan is built around four pillars – lead, serve, build and renew.
Final phase of Golf Links and Junot corridor to be completed this year

Final phase of Golf Links and Junot corridor to be completed this year

Third stage to four-lane Junot Avenue between John and Walkover streets, finishing widened corridor from Harbour Expressway to Red River Road.
City not imposing new rain tax

City not imposing new rain tax

Financing study had been conducted to explore how to pay for stormwater management infrastructure.
Proposed indoor turf facility nears decision

Proposed indoor turf facility nears decision

Vote on whether to approve the project in principle expected to take place in three weeks.
City gets millions from Ottawa for Boulevard Lake Dam

City gets millions from Ottawa for Boulevard Lake Dam

Federal funding of $13.2 million includes rehabilitation of century-old dam, as well as other stormwater management projects.
Power promoted to city clerk position

Power promoted to city clerk position

Krista Power, currently the city's deputy city clerk, selected to replace retiring John Hannam.
City finishes fourth-straight year with surplus

City finishes fourth-straight year with surplus

Combined $12.7 million favourable variance between 2015 and 2018; council approves 2019 tax strategy that determines how much each property class must pony up for municipal tax levy.
Ford government postpones cost shifting to municipalities

Ford government postpones cost shifting to municipalities

Province to delay cost-sharing adjustments to public health, ambulance and child care funding that was to take effect this year.