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Designated truck route halted

Designated truck route halted

Council votes to reject proposed bylaw that would implement restrictions for heavy truck traffic, causing uncertainty about what comes next.
Committee moving forward on bid to host 2021 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Committee moving forward on bid to host 2021 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Part of the campaign to bring the national women’s curling event to the city includes a website to gauge the interest from the public regarding tickets, volunteering, and sponsorship
City Hall joins Wake the Giant movement

City Hall joins Wake the Giant movement

Two large Wake the Giant decals are on display at Thunder Bay City Hall to indicate it is a safe, welcoming, and inclusive space for Indigenous youth.
Police search for missing 29-year-old

Police search for missing 29-year-old

City police are searching for Maigan Cheesequay who was last seen by family on May 30.
Hammarskjold threats cost Thunder Bay Police more than $200,000

Hammarskjold threats cost Thunder Bay Police more than $200,000

Costs of the investigations were tabulated for the TB Police Services Board
Cumming Street stabbing sends woman to hospital

Cumming Street stabbing sends woman to hospital

Police say the victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
Nuclear Waste Management Organization looks to drill more boreholes in NW Ontario

Nuclear Waste Management Organization looks to drill more boreholes in NW Ontario

Manitouwadge and Hornepayne residents will receive updates from NWMO this week.
<b>Video:</b> June 16, 2019: Council

Video: June 16, 2019: Council

June 16, 2019: Council
Isle Royale mud pit turns into moose graveyard  (3 Photos)

Isle Royale mud pit turns into moose graveyard (3 Photos)

A failed beaver dam allowed an inland lake to drain, creating a deadly quagmire.
Residents fret over proposed apartment buildings on Golf Links/Junot corridor

Residents fret over proposed apartment buildings on Golf Links/Junot corridor

Proposed zoning amendment would allow up to 120 apartments and a commercial area.