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Accord bands coalition together to address racism and promote inclusion

Accord bands coalition together to address racism and promote inclusion

Document, signed by leaders of 11 major local organizations, vows to addresss the existence of racism while advancing equity and diversity.
Proposed 20th Side Road subdivision to move ahead

Proposed 20th Side Road subdivision to move ahead

Nearby residents had opposed proposed subdivison, expressing concern it would further impact flooding concerns in the area.
Site control for Arthur Street mall still under consideration

Site control for Arthur Street mall still under consideration

Designation had been previously referred back to administration by council in January 2015.
City, health unit launch rat prevention campaign

City, health unit launch rat prevention campaign

Health unit has received nearly 250 reported rat sightings in Thunder Bay since it started tracking the data less than two years ago.
Appeal court orders CN to reopen James Street Swing Bridge <b>(2 photos)</b>

Appeal court orders CN to reopen James Street Swing Bridge (2 photos)

Court rules CN breached original 1906 agreement.
'The cost is the cost': City's Swing Bridge legal expenses exceed $1M

'The cost is the cost': City's Swing Bridge legal expenses exceed $1M

City has spent more than $1.3 million for costs including legal expenses and expert fees.
Thunder Bay out of the running for Smart Cities Challenge prize

Thunder Bay out of the running for Smart Cities Challenge prize

Potential funding source for watercourse safety audit recommendation evaporates; effectiveness of existing Eye on the Street program questioned.
City to look at partnership options for Indigenous supportive housing development

City to look at partnership options for Indigenous supportive housing development

Administration to report back in two weeks with recommendation that could include donation of city-owned surplus lands.
Hotel tax given go-ahead by council

Hotel tax given go-ahead by council

Four per cent municipal accommodation tax to go in effect beginning on Sept. 1 and is expected to generate $2 million annually.
Indigenous membership to be priority for revamped anti-racism committee

Indigenous membership to be priority for revamped anti-racism committee

Only two of committee's five community representatives are visible minorities.