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Letter to the Editor: Reopen city budget

Letter to the Editor: Reopen city budget

To the editor: Interesting to read the news release from city hall stating that the city will be enjoying a favourable budget variance of $2.7 million for year end 2016. On Oct.
Westfort residents standing up for neighbourhood greenspaces

Westfort residents standing up for neighbourhood greenspaces

The potential sale and development of open greenspace property along two Westfort crescents concerns residents.
Auditorium Foundation joins forces with Community Foundation

Auditorium Foundation joins forces with Community Foundation

Move puts the Thunder Bay Community Foundation's portfolio over $10-million mark.
Letter to the Editor: Thoughts regarding Citizen Satisfaction Survey

Letter to the Editor: Thoughts regarding Citizen Satisfaction Survey

Once again, we have been served a survey that appears to be designed more for returning the answer city administration wants rather than gauging our true feelings.
Good Lovelies hitting the Northern road

Good Lovelies hitting the Northern road

The Good Lovelies will be returning to Thunder Bay with their unique brand of folk/country in support of the Sleeping Giant Folk Music Society.
Falcons get second-half boost to capture second straight title

Falcons get second-half boost to capture second straight title

Erica Vidotto rushes in from airport to join the St. Ignatius Falcons past the halfway point of their 3-0 high school girls soccer championship win, scoring a goal and adding an assist to impact the victory.
Vikings upset Falcons in boys soccer final

Vikings upset Falcons in boys soccer final

Three second-half goals propel Hammarskjold to 3-0 win over St. Ignatius.
Spence, Debassige found guilty

Spence, Debassige found guilty

Jury convicts Daniel Debassige of second-degree murder while Monica Spence found guilty of lesser charge of manslaughter in December 2014 slaying of 62-year-old Richard Spence.
OPP investigating camp thefts

OPP investigating camp thefts

Multiple break and enters occurred during winter months according to OPP.
Terry Fox honoured with Canada 150 stamp

Terry Fox honoured with Canada 150 stamp

Fox's Marathon of Hope came to an end east of Thunder Bay on Sept. 1, 1980.