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Police looks for suspects in North side assault

Thunder Bay Police are looking for three suspects following an assault on the city's North side. Police say a 42-year-old man was allegedly beaten behind the Mac's Mart at the corner of Red River Road and Junot Avenue at about 9:30 p.

Advance voting polls opened

A Northwood resident says the mobile voting van helped to make casting his ballot in this year’s municipal election easier than in previous elections.
Finnish funding

Finnish funding

As renovations on a local landmark continue, the province kicked in additional funding to ensure the work is complete. With a $2.
Rocking advice

Rocking advice

Bailey Giroux has a passion for musical theatre.
Candidates on crime

Candidates on crime

Crime was on the mind of a trio of mayoralty candidates who enlightened Port Arthur Rotary Club members on their plans to keep it under control in Thunder Bay.

City to look at transit workers' proposal

City council will hear a proposal from the transit union Tuesday afternoon which a city official hopes will avoid a strike.
Empty bowls

Empty bowls

Without the contributions of events like the Empty Bowls Caring Hearts dinner, Shelter House Thunder Bay wouldn’t be able to provide the services they do, said executive director Cal Rankin.

Teen arrested in car break-ins

Police have a 16-year-old boy in custody after a rash of vehicle break-ins early Thanksgiving morning.
Climate change rally

Climate change rally

Dr. Adam Cornwell is an optimist. The assistant geography professor at Lakehead University said he has to think positive when working as a climatologist.

Man breaks into White Park Drive residence

Police charged a 21-year-old-man with breaking into a White Park Drive residence on Saturday. Thunder Bay Police Service officers say the man broke into the residence around 11 a.m. while a resident was still inside.