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Chong looks to grow Conservative party from coast to coast

Chong looks to grow Conservative party from coast to coast

Long-time southern Ontario MP one of 14 candidates seeking to lead the Conservative Party.
Cities need more revenue tools: budget chairman

Cities need more revenue tools: budget chairman

With the first draft of the budget ready to release on Tuesday, budget chairman and Coun. Frank Pullia says cities need more than just property taxes to operate over the long term.
City road crews working on flooded sections

City road crews working on flooded sections

Thunder Bay road crews are using a steaming unit to open clogged catch-basins along city streets.
Vandals may have written eagle's death sentence

Vandals may have written eagle's death sentence

Park staff say the mate of a bald eagle released by vandals at Chippewa Park has been crying for its partner's return.
Students cross borders through language lesson

Students cross borders through language lesson

Edgewater Park students participating in pen pal program receive lesson in French and global awareness.
Weather plays havoc with winter road network

Weather plays havoc with winter road network

Mild weather is stalling completion of northern Ontario's winter road network.
Legal action not considered amid suicide crisis: NAN

Legal action not considered amid suicide crisis: NAN

STATEMENT FROM NAN, WAPEKEKA FIRST NATION THUNDER BAY, ON: Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler and Wapekeka First Nation Chief Brennan Sainnawap have released the following statement regarding comments in the media suggesting legal
Homeowners send less garbage to the dump

Homeowners send less garbage to the dump

Thunder Bay's landfill site is taking in less garbage than it did a few years ago, but there's work to be done in achieving provincial waste reduction targets.
GM Ice Dogs stay 10th overall in CJHL rankings

GM Ice Dogs stay 10th overall in CJHL rankings

SIJHL MEDIA RELEASE THUNDER BAY, Ont. – The Dryden GM Ice Dogs held their place among the national elite as the Canadian Junior Hockey League announced their weekly Top 20 rankings Monday.
Bald eagle escapes after vandalism at Chippewa Park

Bald eagle escapes after vandalism at Chippewa Park

A bald eagle has escaped from the wildlife exhibit at Chippewa Park.