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First Shift is giving youth a chance to fall in love with hockey

First Shift is giving youth a chance to fall in love with hockey

The First Shift is breaking down hockey barriers by offering a program that is both accessible and affordable.
Plane pull hopes to bring in $15,000 for United Way

Plane pull hopes to bring in $15,000 for United Way

Teams of six pulled a 26,327 pound plane 50 feet to raise money for the United Way of Thunder Bay.
Orange Shirt Day raises awareness about residential schools

Orange Shirt Day raises awareness about residential schools

Participants walked from City Hall to the former St. Joseph's Indian Residential School Friday to honour those who did not return from residential schools.
Health Unit to expand radon testing

Health Unit to expand radon testing

The Thunder Bay District Health Unit will be expanding radon testing to two municipalities in the region next year.
Three vehicles collide on Memorial

Three vehicles collide on Memorial

Two sent to hospital after rush-hour crash on Memorial Avenue
Minister to city: Lean on feds for event centre funds

Minister to city: Lean on feds for event centre funds

Minister of tourism, culture and sport says she's still having conversations with city officials about proposed $114.6-million event centre
Province to spend $1.48M to upgrade two city ballfields

Province to spend $1.48M to upgrade two city ballfields

With a May 31, 2017 deadline staring organizers of the 2017 Under-18 Baseball World Cup to make repairs to Port Arthur Stadium and Baseball Central, the province comes through with the cash
Complex coed whirlpool suspended

Complex coed whirlpool suspended

A Request For Proposals looking to build co-ed hot tubs on the deck at the Canada Games Complex attracted a lowest bid $300,000 more than city council approved.
Facebook comments a 'setback,' Fiddler says

Facebook comments a 'setback,' Fiddler says

Nishnawbe Aski Nation grand chief says the Facebook comments allegedly made by police are a setback between the First Nations Community and the Thunder Bay Police Service.
Scholarship named for founding forestry dean

Scholarship named for founding forestry dean

John Naysmith says stewardship and connecting on the local level will be legacy of new forestry scholarship