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Council accepts defeat, reluctantly, on indoor turf facility

Council accepts defeat, reluctantly, on indoor turf facility

A decision on how, or whether, to move forward with a proposed indoor turf sports facility will rest with Thunder Bay's next city council.
Concern as EMS base consolidation approved

Concern as EMS base consolidation approved

Thunder Bay's city council has approved a plan to consolidate four North Shore ambulance bases into two, and redeploy a Beardmore ambulance.
City projects $5.3 million deficit in 2022

City projects $5.3 million deficit in 2022

Overruns in policing, roads, and snow clearing are the biggest driver of a projected $5.3 million deficit for the City of Thunder Bay in 2022.
Council to vote on consolidating EMS stations

Council to vote on consolidating EMS stations

Thunder Bay’s city council will vote Monday on recommendations to consolidate EMS bases in North Shore communities and redeploy a Beardmore ambulance.
City sees bump in casino revenue

City sees bump in casino revenue

The City of Thunder Bay will receive a $704k first-quarter payment from OLG, the highest since 2004.
City looks to offer supports for waterfront art gallery

City looks to offer supports for waterfront art gallery

The move would allow the city to exempt the new waterfront art gallery from municipal taxes and provide other assistance.
River Street repairs pegged at $1.6 to $2.5 million

River Street repairs pegged at $1.6 to $2.5 million

The city says it's hopeful repairs to River Street where a culvert failed at McVicar Creek can be completed this year.
City moves forward with home retrofit study

City moves forward with home retrofit study

The City of Thunder Bay will conduct a design study for a potential home retrofit program offering long-term, low-interest loans for climate-friendly upgrades.
Affordable access pilot narrowly approved

Affordable access pilot narrowly approved

A pilot program that would subsidize access to public transit, recreation for low-income residents passed on a 6-5 vote.
Councillor Aldo Ruberto is retiring from municipal politics

Councillor Aldo Ruberto is retiring from municipal politics

Ruberto is the fifth member of council to opt out of this year's election
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