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City managers will see raises of up to 12 per cent in 2022

City managers will see raises of up to 12 per cent in 2022

The City of Thunder Bay has declined to comment on details of a salary band adjustment that will see some managers receive raises as high as 12 per cent this year.
Balmoral reconstruction begins, but multi-use trails delayed

Balmoral reconstruction begins, but multi-use trails delayed

Balmoral Street will be fully closed between Alloy and Central beginning Wednesday, as the final phase in a multi-year reconstruction project begins.
Green bin plan would cut frequency of garbage collection

Green bin plan would cut frequency of garbage collection

Reducing trash collection to every second week necessary for city’s compost plan to meet new provincial targets, council hears.
City reports $10.9 million surplus in 2021

City reports $10.9 million surplus in 2021

Some city councillors criticized the $10.9 million surplus the city posted in 2021 as excessively large, leading a failed push to return some of those funds directly to tax payers.
Satisfaction survey shows diverging trends on quality of life, city services

Satisfaction survey shows diverging trends on quality of life, city services

Thunder Bay residents' perceived quality of life continues to decline, but satisfaction with city services has stabilized.
City seeks feedback on free menstrual products pilot

City seeks feedback on free menstrual products pilot

Responses to an online survey will help the City of Thunder Bay decide whether to continue a pilot program offering free menstrual products at libraries, pools, and arenas.
Yard, property bylaw changes fall short, advocates say

Yard, property bylaw changes fall short, advocates say

Critics say new municipal bylaws don't go far enough on tenants' rights, naturalizing yards.
Fraser won't seek 2nd term in Neebing

Fraser won't seek 2nd term in Neebing

Coun. Cody Fraser's decision not to run again in 2022 could be a blow to age diversity on Thunder Bay's city council.
Balmoral Street work faces delay over ICIP funding

Balmoral Street work faces delay over ICIP funding

City holding off on approval of $8 million project as it awaits word on $700k in federal-provincial funding.
City of Thunder Bay maintains AA credit rating

City of Thunder Bay maintains AA credit rating

Sixth straight year city has received AA rating, after rising from A+ a decade ago.
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