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Designated truck route bylaw slowed

Designated truck route bylaw slowed

Bylaw to be introduced at future meeting when all councillors can be in attendance.
Council approves two-year extension for RegenMed loan repayments

Council approves two-year extension for RegenMed loan repayments

The 10-year repayment schedule for loans totalling $550,000 from 2012 and 2013 will now start in 2021.
Mayor concerned about budget's absence of local projects

Mayor concerned about budget's absence of local projects

Thunder Bay mayor Bill Mauro says he remains hopeful about new jail and cardiovascular surgery expansion despite projects not being mentioned in Progressive Conservative government's first budget.
RegenMed requests two-year extension to start loan repayments

RegenMed requests two-year extension to start loan repayments

City loaned Lake Superior Centre for Regenerative Medicine $550,000 in 2012 and 2013.
Basic income project end putting people in 'crisis mode'

Basic income project end putting people in 'crisis mode'

In Thunder Bay, about 15,000 people are living below the low income threshold.
Angus, Pullia spent most in mayoral race

Angus, Pullia spent most in mayoral race

Bill Mauro earned the most votes, despite having the third-highest spending campaign.
Mayor seeking resources to tackle growing gang problem

Mayor seeking resources to tackle growing gang problem

With the number of gang-related homicides on the rise, and turf wars taking place for Thunder Bay's lucrative drug trade, Bill Mauro says he wants both the provincial and federal government to come to the table to help provide the necessary resources.
<b>Update:</b> Supreme Court dismisses CN's James Street Swing Bridge appeal

Update: Supreme Court dismisses CN's James Street Swing Bridge appeal

Supreme Court dismisses CN's appeal, with costs.
Council initiates external review of city operations

Council initiates external review of city operations

Preliminary report to be brought to council before next year's budget process with final report due by start of 2021 budget review.
City to prioritize indoor turf focus on permanent facility

City to prioritize indoor turf focus on permanent facility

Council directs administration to develop potential project plan, possible sources of financing for permanent indoor turf facility by beginning of June.