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No layoffs as city shuffles bus service

No layoffs as city shuffles bus service

Service reductions take effect April 5, but no layoffs planned at this time, city says.
City to offer relief on tax, water bills

City to offer relief on tax, water bills

Measures expected to cost city nearly $700K, include help for non-profits.
<b>Council in Brief:</b> March 30

Council in Brief: March 30

City reduces transit service, passes financial relief package, and more.
City to reduce transit service

City to reduce transit service

Reduced frequency, start and stop times come into effect April 5.
Reductions to transit service worry some drivers, riders

Reductions to transit service worry some drivers, riders

City council to consider moving to Sunday service seven days per week
City looks to ease pain with financial relief

City looks to ease pain with financial relief

City council will consider raft of measures including tax deferment, waiving fees, and fund for non-profits
Bid to expand Thunder Bay recycling falls short

Bid to expand Thunder Bay recycling falls short

Council approves only minor expansion with new recycling contract.
City eyes financial relief for residents, businesses

City eyes financial relief for residents, businesses

Council will look at options including deferral of taxes, water bills
City Hall to close immediately

City Hall to close immediately

Mayor, city manager say decision made in reaction to premier's decision to close all non-essential businesses; some services will be available by appointment only.
Council adapting to COVID-19 realities

Council adapting to COVID-19 realities

Changes to legislation will allow councillors to participate in council meetings remotely, which until this week was prohibited under the Municipal Act.