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City, Fort William First Nation yet to receive Swing Bridge update

City, Fort William First Nation yet to receive Swing Bridge update

Thunder Bay city manager had said an update was expected to be provided by Monday but both parties are still awaiting word of the railway's plan for the bridge.
Pop-up patio program proving to be popular <b>(2 photos)</b>

Pop-up patio program proving to be popular (2 photos)

Three north side restaurants have been approved for pop-up patios with one already operational.
Thunder Bay out of the running for Noront ferrochrome processor

Thunder Bay out of the running for Noront ferrochrome processor

Noront Resources has narrowed prospective locations for its Ring of Fire processing facility to Sault Ste. Marie and Timmins.
City awaiting CN response for Swing Bridge plan

City awaiting CN response for Swing Bridge plan

City officials expect a response from CN Rail on the company's intentions for the bridge on July 16.
Bell ringing remembers deadly Gifu bombing

Bell ringing remembers deadly Gifu bombing

Thunder Bay has held ceremony in support of its Japanese sister city for 11 years.
Foulds to run again in Current River

Foulds to run again in Current River

First elected in 2006, the long-time councillor is seeking a fourth term in office.
City unveils revamped, modernized website

City unveils revamped, modernized website

Website renewal had been budgeted at about $250,000 and the process took nearly four years.
City's credit rating score holds for 2nd straight year

City's credit rating score holds for 2nd straight year

City given AA credit rating score from S&P Global.
Chapples Park indoor turf centre takes priority over event centre <b>(2 photos)</b>

Chapples Park indoor turf centre takes priority over event centre (2 photos)

City manager tells council the event centre is not being pursued at this time.
Local inquest response 'life-altering' for youth, principal says

Local inquest response 'life-altering' for youth, principal says

Matawa Learning Centre principal tells council that direct actions of city employees and police have averted more potential tragedies.