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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
Report would explore city’s role on climate refugees

Report would explore city’s role on climate refugees

A Thunder Bay city councillor is seeking a report on how the city is prepared to host a growing number of climate refugees.
Dease Park improvements underway

Dease Park improvements underway

A basketball court that will double as a boarded ice rink in winter is expected to open within weeks at Dease Park.
City awaiting proposals to lift James Whalen from the Kam River

City awaiting proposals to lift James Whalen from the Kam River

A request for proposals has been issued for the work, but it may not take place until the fall.
City eyes ambitious home retrofit program

City eyes ambitious home retrofit program

Thunder Bay's city council will consider a recommendation to move forward with planning for a home retrofit program in partnership with local credit unions.
City could hand off recycling to private sector as soon as 2024

City could hand off recycling to private sector as soon as 2024

Provincial legislation passed in 2021 will see residential recycling services transition to producer responsibility by 2026 at the latest.
Ch’ng won’t seek mayor’s chair

Ch’ng won’t seek mayor’s chair

Northwood councillor Shelby Ch’ng won’t run for mayor in 2022, but is weighing an at-large run.
City council to enter ‘lame duck’ period

City council to enter ‘lame duck’ period

Departure of four or more incumbents means Thunder Bay’s city council will have decision-making restricted as of Aug. 19.
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