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Pay band adjustment will cost city $1.8 million a year

Pay band adjustment will cost city $1.8 million a year

A controversial pay band adjustment for senior staff will cost the City of Thunder Bay $1.8 million a year, much higher than figures discussed publicly by city council.
Increase approved over protests

Increase approved over protests

Thunder Bay’s city council approved a controversial pay band realignment for senior staff on an 8-4 vote.
McKinnon not running in 2022

McKinnon not running in 2022

Red River Ward councillor Brian McKinnon will not seek re-election in the upcoming municipal election, he has announced.
Mischief suspected in draining of Boulevard Lake

Mischief suspected in draining of Boulevard Lake

It will take at least three weeks for Boulevard Lake to refill after what appears to be a potential act of mischief.
Workers to picket city hall over management pay

Workers to picket city hall over management pay

Unions representing around a thousand city workers are objecting to significant raises proposed for senior staff.
Delays will push indoor turf decision past election, leaders acknowledge

Delays will push indoor turf decision past election, leaders acknowledge

It’s become clear a final decision on a proposed indoor turf sports facility won’t happen until the next term of council, city leaders say.
Thunder Bay Transit cancelling runs amid unprecedented driver shortages

Thunder Bay Transit cancelling runs amid unprecedented driver shortages

A significant shortage of drivers is forcing Thunder Bay Transit to regularly cancel bus runs, an issue expected to last through the summer.
McEachern retiring as city planning director

McEachern retiring as city planning director

Leslie McEachern is retiring as director of planning after decades with the city, with realty services manager Joel DePeuter appointed to succeed her.
Responding to feedback, city goes further on yard naturalization

Responding to feedback, city goes further on yard naturalization

The City of Thunder Bay has tweaked proposed new property standards to expand residents’ ability to naturalize their yards.
City developing grant program for heritage properties

City developing grant program for heritage properties

Proposed grant program would subsidize repair work for owners of designated heritage properties.
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