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Good morning, Thunder Bay!

Good morning, Thunder Bay!

Thank you Blair for today's picture. 🌡Cloudy. 40 per cent chance of showers or drizzle in the morning. Periods of rain beginning near noon. Fog patches dissipating late in the morning. High 10 °C.
Paramedics, city reach tentative deal, averting strike

Paramedics, city reach tentative deal, averting strike

Unifor and City of Thunder Bay reach tentative agreement hours before strike deadline for local paramedics.
NWHU warns of increased COVID-19 risk in Sioux Lookout

NWHU warns of increased COVID-19 risk in Sioux Lookout

Northwestern Health Unit warns of rising case counts and at least one detected variant of concern in Sioux Lookout area.
City asks residents to weigh in on public surveillance program

City asks residents to weigh in on public surveillance program

Online survey for Eye On The Street renewal program will be available until April 16.
NWHU reports 12 new COVID-19 cases

NWHU reports 12 new COVID-19 cases

Active case count rises, with Sioux Lookout now the hardest hit area in Northwestern Health Unit.
Inmate who was ‘least involved’ in 2018 Kenora Jail hostage case sentenced

Inmate who was ‘least involved’ in 2018 Kenora Jail hostage case sentenced

Ryan Nickel, 33, was sentenced on Friday after pleading guilty to two charges stemming from a hostage-taking situation at the Kenora Jail in September 2018.
A positive start for local pooches

A positive start for local pooches

Dog trainer Tammy Williams has found receptive canine and human audiences for her positive reinforcement approach.
Health unit reports 13 new COVID-19 cases

Health unit reports 13 new COVID-19 cases

Active case count continues to fall, with 16 previous cases declared resolved Saturday.
Paramedic deal “within reach," but stumbling block remains: Unifor

Paramedic deal “within reach," but stumbling block remains: Unifor

Union representing Superior North EMS paramedics points to managerial duty requirements as barrier to deal, with Saturday's midnight strike deadline approaching.
COVID-19 outbreak declared at Dryden truck stop

COVID-19 outbreak declared at Dryden truck stop

Three workers test positive at Husky truck stop in Dryden, with customers between March 31 and April 4 advised of risk.