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Scotties can go ahead at the Gardens

Scotties can go ahead at the Gardens

Fans won't be allowed to attend this year's Scotties, with a bubble format put in place.
The snowfall prediction for Thunder Bay was spot-on

The snowfall prediction for Thunder Bay was spot-on

Thunder Bay received 17.5 to 20 centimetres of snow.
Another Thunder Bay district resident has died after contracting COVID-19

Another Thunder Bay district resident has died after contracting COVID-19

This is the 73rd death from COVID-10 since the onset of the pandemic.
<b>TBT NEWSHOUR:</b> Jan. 18, 2022: Police board response

TBT NEWSHOUR: Jan. 18, 2022: Police board response

Jan. 18, 2022: Police board response
COVID-19 outbreak declared at Southbridge Roseview long-term care

COVID-19 outbreak declared at Southbridge Roseview long-term care

Nine Thunder Bay institutions currently have active outbreaks.
Law Society finds that a Thunder Bay lawyer committed professional misconduct

Law Society finds that a Thunder Bay lawyer committed professional misconduct

Thomas Michael Harris misled 15 clients.
School buses are running, may be delayed

School buses are running, may be delayed

THUNDER BAY -- The city's school buses are operational on Wednesday, despite a heavy snowfall overnight.
Good morning, Thunder Bay!

Good morning, Thunder Bay!

Thank you Joan for today's picture. 🌡Becoming cloudy in the morning then snow at times heavy. Local blowing snow late in the afternoon. Amount 10 cm to 15 cm. Wind becoming southeast 20 km/h gusting to 40 km/h early in the afternoon. High minus 4 °C.
City kicks off budget review amid lower-than-projected growth

City kicks off budget review amid lower-than-projected growth

Low growth, infrastructure investments, provincially-funded staffing expansions among highlights of first budget review meeting.
Mamakwa calls on provincial and federal governments to listen to First Nations and support urgently needed fire services

Mamakwa calls on provincial and federal governments to listen to First Nations and support urgently needed fire services

Mamakwa says that there can be no more jurisdictional roadblocks on the way forward when it comes to the lives of First Nations children
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