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Program gives kids a place of their own

Program gives kids a place of their own

Youth Move, a community program that provides youth a safe and supportive space, expands to local libraries.
Kings wrap-up first round of NAPHL with win and shootout loss

Kings wrap-up first round of NAPHL with win and shootout loss

The Thunder Bay Kings two midget clubs wrapped up their first round of play in the North American Prospects Hockey League Sunday in Blaine, Minn.
Council Preview: Budget slashing plan reviewed

Council Preview: Budget slashing plan reviewed

THUNDER BAY – City council will take its first look at a plan that could clear this year’s $3.2 million budget shortfall.
Francophones celebrate language, cuisine, and culture

Francophones celebrate language, cuisine, and culture

Francophones celebrated Franco-Ontarian Day with authentic French-Canadian food, music, and culture during Franco Festival.
Police honour fallen officers

Police honour fallen officers

Police officers honour the memory of fellow officers lost in the line of duty during the Police and Peace Officers' National Memorial Day.
Matawa First Nations to host fundraising event

Matawa First Nations to host fundraising event

Matawa First Nations kicked off its first fundraising event for the Gathering of Rivers For Community Care charity.
Community garden provides skills and nutrients

Community garden provides skills and nutrients

Fort William First Nation officials hosted the grand opening of their Gaa-Azhe-Anishinaabbeyya community garden Thursday afternoon.
Obstacles keeping women out of politics

Obstacles keeping women out of politics

Minister of Status of Women Patty Hajdu discusses her vision to increase the number of women elected at all levels of government.
Local forum highlighted the importance of trade relationships

Local forum highlighted the importance of trade relationships

The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce 7th Annual Prosperity Northwest Business Forum and Trade Show had a new focus this year.
Northwestern Sports Hall of Fame inducts 2016 class

Northwestern Sports Hall of Fame inducts 2016 class

Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame induction class includes a pioneer boxer, an Olympic medalist, a CFL champion, the obligatory ex-NHLer, a CIS wrestling coach of the year and the man who brought hockey back to Lakehead University