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Small business survey shows hiring trends not likely to change

The results have been released for this year's Thunder Bay Small Business Opinion Survey.

Suspect in homicide case makes court appearance

The suspect in Thunder Bay's first homicide of the year was back in court Wednesday, following her arrest last month on a charge of second-degree murder.
Survey says

Survey says

Two-thirds of residents support a proposed wind farm in the city with only residents in the Neebing Ward showing significant opposition, says the senior researcher consultant of a public opinion polling agency.

Group thinking about city's future

A local citizens group is asking people where they think the city will be in 2030. The Citizens Coalition of Thunder Bay was formed in February when a group of people were sitting around a coffee shop discussing city issues.

Terrace Bay Pulp loses creditor, alternative in review

The struggle to re-open the Terrace Bay Pulp Mill is facing another obstacle. The company has lost its major lender and the expected $40 million in outside investment.

Ottawa man in custody after unsuccessful bank robbery

A man being held in connection with an unsuccessful bank robbery attempt had a brief court appearance Tuesday. The incident happened Monday afternoon at the County Fair Plaza branch of TD Canada Trust.

Horizon Wind to release wind farm survey on Wednesday

Horizon Wind on Wednesday is expected to release a survey showing the majority of Thunder Bay residents support the Toronto-based companies plan to build an 18-turbine wind farm on the Nor’Wester Mountain Range.
City, Community Living celebrates partnership program

City, Community Living celebrates partnership program

Five years ago Community Living Thunder Bay and the City of Thunder Bay formed a partnership to integrate people with disabilities into mainstream cultural and recreational activities; today the program serves more than 75 people each week.
St. Ignatius grad off to Toronto for G8/G20-like meeting

St. Ignatius grad off to Toronto for G8/G20-like meeting

A St. Ignatius graduate learned a few Russian phrases before departing a life-changing youth conference that will mirror the G8/G20 summits.
New strategic plan

New strategic plan

The first five years of the Northern Ontario School of Medicine were about establishing the school and getting it up and running.