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Fort William First Nation demands pressure for bridge solution <b>(4 photos)</b>

Fort William First Nation demands pressure for bridge solution (4 photos)

Fifth anniversary of James Street Swing Bridge's closure to vehicle traffic approaches next month.
Zoning amendment approved to convert hotel to transitional residential care facility

Zoning amendment approved to convert hotel to transitional residential care facility

Transitional recovery housing and education facility would accommodate up to 30 patients.
Council approves ThunderCon funding request

Council approves ThunderCon funding request

The $15,000 could be reimbursed through funds raised from this year's event.
Police concerned about escalating gang-related activity

Police concerned about escalating gang-related activity

Police have seized nine firearms, more than $1 million in cash and close to $1 million in street value of drugs within the last year.
City officials introduce local issues to new provincial government

City officials introduce local issues to new provincial government

Delegation returns from Association of Municipalities of Ontario conference after meeting 12 members of new Ford government, as well as two opposition leaders.
No pedestrian-involved collisions reported at first crossover site

No pedestrian-involved collisions reported at first crossover site

The crossover on Algoma Street at Cornwall Street was activated in November 2016.
Overhauled Chapples stadium pitch won't be ready until 2020

Overhauled Chapples stadium pitch won't be ready until 2020

Council voted to award $1.1 million contract.
City shuffles tourism department oversight to prepare for accommodation tax

City shuffles tourism department oversight to prepare for accommodation tax

Tourism Thunder Bay to receive 50 per cent of hotel tax revenue as designated entity, while city to direct remaining half to new reserve fund.
Concert series brings musical lunch break to city hall

Concert series brings musical lunch break to city hall

City Hall Sounds to run every Thursday during the month of August.
City's 2nd quarter variance projects $2M surplus

City's 2nd quarter variance projects $2M surplus

Projected favourable variance amounts to less than one per cent of total net budget.