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City opts in to allow brick-and-mortar pot shops

City opts in to allow brick-and-mortar pot shops

It's unknown if Thunder Bay will be home to one of the first 25 private physical cannabis retailers in Ontario.
Designated truck route approved <b>(2 photos)</b>

Designated truck route approved (2 photos)

Heavy trucks will no longer be able to use Dawson Road or Arthur Street to enter the city when bylaw implemented later this year.
City administration to recommend council allow private pot shops

City administration to recommend council allow private pot shops

Ontario municipalities have until Jan. 22 to decide whether to permit or prohibit physical cannabis storefronts.
Chamber demands tax levy increase be capped at 2 per cent

Chamber demands tax levy increase be capped at 2 per cent

Municipal tax levy has gone from $157 million in 2012 to proposed $195.9 million this year.
Dease Pool supporters dominate budget discussion

Dease Pool supporters dominate budget discussion

Majority of speakers at public pre-budget meeting urge council to reconsider future of south side outdoor pool.
Future budget projections 'not sustainable'

Future budget projections 'not sustainable'

Long-term financial overview projects municipal tax levy increases of more than three per cent per year for entirety of council term if status quo continues.
Councillors ready to start working away at budget

Councillors ready to start working away at budget

Budget review process to begin with long-term financial overview meeting on Tuesday.
Major capital projects included in proposed city budget

Major capital projects included in proposed city budget

City allocating $7 million for Boulevard Lake dam, seeking federal government funding for project.
Proposed city budget starts with 3.25 per cent gross tax levy increase

Proposed city budget starts with 3.25 per cent gross tax levy increase

Budget includes $900,000 funding increase to Thunder Bay Police Services Board.
Police recommend city to prohibit private pot shops

Police recommend city to prohibit private pot shops

Thunder Bay city council to receive first report on Monday, in advance of scheduled vote next month.