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Pride flag flying at local school boards

Pride flag flying at local school boards

June 1 marks the start of Pride Month and local schools are showing their support to students in the 2SLGBTIQ+ community.
Man found sleeping behind wheel charged with impaired driving

Man found sleeping behind wheel charged with impaired driving

Impaired driver found in possession of drugs, trafficking paraphernalia, replica firearm on Sunday.
Tourism Thunder Bay, CEDC launch stay-cation photo contest

Tourism Thunder Bay, CEDC launch stay-cation photo contest

Weekly prizes worth up to $1,250 will be awarded through the end of August, encouraging locals to explore their own backyard.
Feds announce money for northern Ontario tourism projects

Feds announce money for northern Ontario tourism projects

Thunder Bay waterfront development is among the recipients.
Weapons charge laid against man involved in morning altercation

Weapons charge laid against man involved in morning altercation

Police say Walter Brett Kevin Baxter, 28, was arrested after allegedly swinging a hatchet at another man.
Dolores Wawia dies at age 76

Dolores Wawia dies at age 76

The pioneer in Indigenous education is lauded as a role model for generations of people.
Man charged with second-degree murder in connection to weekend homicide

Man charged with second-degree murder in connection to weekend homicide

The accused appeared in Thunder Bay bail court via video on Monday morning.
Possible COVID-19 outbreak at hospital under investigation

Possible COVID-19 outbreak at hospital under investigation

Thunder Bay Regional says precautions are being put in place to deal with the situation.
Black Lives Matter protest planned for city

Black Lives Matter protest planned for city

The protest is expected to take place on Friday June 5 at 3 p.m. at Waverley Park.
Thunder Bay arson suspect granted bail

Thunder Bay arson suspect granted bail

Part of his conditions requires him not to possess any incendiary material.