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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.
City of Thunder Bay deepens COVID-19 response, closing facilities

City of Thunder Bay deepens COVID-19 response, closing facilities

Closures include Canada Games Complex, 55-Plus Centre, while transit and some childcare continues
Library faces hard questions from council

Library faces hard questions from council

Giertuga raises more accountability questions, council seeks answers.
Boulevard dam repairs go ahead

Boulevard dam repairs go ahead

Local company secures work with bid millions lower than competitors’.
Police station’s price tag raises eyebrows

Police station’s price tag raises eyebrows

Councillors question expense, location after hearing report on future of police HQ.
War of words escalates between councillors, library

War of words escalates between councillors, library

Councillor wants answers on library’s budget advocacy, CEO’s trip – but union warns of interference
“The plot thickens” in truck route debate

“The plot thickens” in truck route debate

Mayor accused of violating code of conduct on the issue.
Conservatory's fate likely to be decided in summer

Conservatory's fate likely to be decided in summer

With services review looming, councillors defer decisions on upgrades until July