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Water treatment plant upgrades coming to First Nation communities

Water treatment plant upgrades coming to First Nation communities

THUNDER BAY -- The federal government has announced water treatment plant upgrade projects for a large number of First Nation communities in Northwestern Ontario.
New CEO appointed for NorWest Community Health Centre

New CEO appointed for NorWest Community Health Centre

THUNDER BAY -- The NorWest Community Health Centre board of directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Juanita Lawson, as Chief Executive Officer.
Trans-Canada Highway re-opened near Finmark Road

Trans-Canada Highway re-opened near Finmark Road

Ontario Provincial Police are investigating a Trans-Canada Highway collision between an SUV and a tractor-trailer unit.
Fort William chief urges city to return 1,600 acres

Fort William chief urges city to return 1,600 acres

Fort William First Nation Chief Peter Collins says his community will no longer pay taxes to the city on 1,600 acres that was expropriated for the railroad industry in 1905. He's calling on Thunder Bay to give it back.
Committee to assess city council pay

Committee to assess city council pay

City council voted Monday to strike a committee that will investigate whether the mayor and councillors are paid enough for the work they do serving the public.
Upgrades eliminate drinking water advisories

Upgrades eliminate drinking water advisories

Water treatment plant upgrades eliminate drinking water advisories in First Nation communities.
Truck stop wants traffic to keep flowing

Truck stop wants traffic to keep flowing

Owners of Santorelli’s Truck Stop are worried proposed weight restrictions on Arthur Street could force them to shut down.
LHIN won't fund SOS program

LHIN won't fund SOS program

The North West Local Health Integration Network has received no formal funding application for Shelter House's SOS program, nor is it considering funding the service.
New report examines community labour markets

New report examines community labour markets

THUNDER BAY -- Township councils and municipal decision makers in the rural areas around the region will now have the most relevant data to show what's happening in their community's labour market.
Zaitzeff released on bail

Zaitzeff released on bail

Alexander Zaitzeff has been released on $27,000 bail.