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Thunder Bay Police board turns down $600,000 fence

Thunder Bay Police board turns down $600,000 fence

Police Chief Sylvie Hauth will examine other options to improve security.
Province outlines support to investigate residential school burial sites

Province outlines support to investigate residential school burial sites

Rickford announces plan to investigate sites at Ontario's residential schools, $10 million for process, mental health supports.
Three new COVID-19 cases in the Thunder Bay district

Three new COVID-19 cases in the Thunder Bay district

The active case count stays steady at 33.
Council rejects red light cameras

Council rejects red light cameras

Council declines to join provincial program, saying city should improve traffic management before fining drivers.
<b>Video:</b> June 14, 2021: Kam River Death

Video: June 14, 2021: Kam River Death

June 14, 2021: Kam River Death
Geraldton hospital's new Emergency Dept. opens this week

Geraldton hospital's new Emergency Dept. opens this week

The $20 million project was five years in the making.
Good morning, Thunder Bay!

Good morning, Thunder Bay!

Thank you Dihao for today's picture. ­čîíSunny. High 24 ┬░C.
New fireworks limits on the way

New fireworks limits on the way

City council unanimously endorses new restrictions on use of fireworks, stiffer penalties for violations.
Former mayor Ken Boshcoff helped an unresponsive man on a bike path

Former mayor Ken Boshcoff helped an unresponsive man on a bike path

Boshcoff says he will carry a Naloxone kit with him in future.
Two-vehicle collision sends one to hospital with life-threatening injuries

Two-vehicle collision sends one to hospital with life-threatening injuries

Kenora OPP are investigating a collision that sent one person to hospital with serious injuries.