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Creating dialogue

Creating dialogue

Jereen Ignatious has started her journey for social action by trying to eliminate misconceptions about her home country of Sri Lanka. The 33-year-old student at Lakehead University came to Canada about 17 years ago.
Police launch online crime reporting tool

Police launch online crime reporting tool

City police are entering the digital age by now offering citizens an online crime reporting tool. The Thunder Bay Police Service has introduced its new online reporting feature, which allows citizens to file a police report at their convenience.

Two injured following single-vehicle rollover

Two people are in hospital following a single vehicle crash at the Twin City Crossroads Wednesday morning. Police say the single-vehicle rollover took place around 2 a.m. There is still no word on extent of injuries.
Spreading the word

Spreading the word

Seniors need to know about changes to the Old Age Security plan and start planning to save, says a spokesman for CARP. The national non-profit organization held a community event Tuesday to discuss the proposed changes to Old Age Security.
Taking input

Taking input

An official with the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation has asked Thunder Bay’s public school board to scrap a provincial standardize test.

MPP renews call for provincial drug strategy for First Nations

The MPP for Kenora-Rainy River is again calling for a provincial drug strategy to help First Nations dealing with rampant prescription drug abuse.

Another local couple wins million-dollar lottery draw

For the fifth time this year someone in Thunder Bay is collecting a major lottery windfall. Len and Joanne Carr are expected to pick up their cheque for $1.
Neebing resident believes proposed bylaw unjustly targets her family’s sled dogs

Neebing resident believes proposed bylaw unjustly targets her family’s sled dogs

A woman living in Neebing says a proposed bylaw threatens her family’s way of life.
Bus, car crash

Bus, car crash

At least one person was sent to hospital after a collision between a school bus and a car on the city’s North side.
Being seen

Being seen

Improved police presence in the city is one of the most effective ways to prevent crime, say the city’s chief of police. The Thunder Bay Police Service released its business plan for 2012-2014 Tuesday, outlining their top four priorities.