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Strategy of hope

Strategy of hope

As an organization completely dependent on donations, the Thunder Bay and District Humane Society runs on a strategy of hope.

Mauro hearing set

Sgt. Jim Mauro will have charges levied against him under the Police Services Act heard starting next Wednesday.
Giving back

Giving back

While firefighters save lives everyday, they’re also saving Thanksgiving for some people in Thunder Bay.

Kenora-Rainy river remains orange without Hampton

The riding of Kenora-Rainy River remains an NDP stronghold. Sarah Campbell won the riding with 10,752 votes, keeping the NDP-friendly riding orange for a fourth consecutive term.
Cautious Mauro celebrates re-election victory

Cautious Mauro celebrates re-election victory

The battle for the Thunder Bay – Atikokan riding began as a back-and-forth affair, but ended with Liberal candidate Bill Mauro successfully grabbing a third term. The race for the riding was tight just after the polls closed at 9 p.m.
NDP fails to threaten Superior North as Gravelle wins re-election bid

NDP fails to threaten Superior North as Gravelle wins re-election bid

Northwestern Ontario’s lone cabinet minister is heading back to Queen’s Park. Liberal Michael Gravelle, admittedly nervous in the hours leading up to 9 p.m.

Bear suspected of attacking MNR employee found, killed

Officials with Ontario’s Ministry of Natural Resources say they have successfully tracked down and killed a bear believed to have been involved in an attack on an MNR employee earlier this week.
Three suspects sought after armed robbery

Three suspects sought after armed robbery

Police are looking for three male suspects after the armed robbery of a south-side convenience store early Thursday morning.
Acts of Poetry

Acts of Poetry

People in Thunder Bay will be hearing poetry and music in the strangest of places over the next week. The Definitely Superior Art Gallery has kicked off their seventh annual Random Acts of Poetry throughout Thunder Bay.
Thunder Bay votes

Thunder Bay votes

The polls opened at 9 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 6 and will remain open until 9 p.m. Results are expected after the polls close.