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Sanctions continue

Sanctions continue

Party sanctions against Thunder Bay’s two NDP MPs are still in place, but both area Parliament members assure constituents that there’s still a lot of work for them to do.
Cop accused of falsifying Sex Offender Registry documents takes stand

Cop accused of falsifying Sex Offender Registry documents takes stand

A Crown attorney told a provincial court that the actions of a city police constable facing charges of breach of trust caused inaccuracies in the Sex Offender Registry.
Prostitution problem

Prostitution problem

A city councillor says the city’s problem with prostitution will not be solved overnight. Coun. Paul Pugh, whose McKellar ward encompasses both downtown cores, said prostitution is an ongoing issue in the city.

Hospital looking over smoking meeting feedback

Officials with the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre say they've received some interesting feedback from their two smoking enforcement public meetings.
The cost of education

The cost of education

Maggie Ryan is $70,000 in debt and still working toward her bachelor of arts degree. Michael Snoddon owes $38,000 and counting. David Briand has to pay back $30,000 and he’s only in his third year of a civil engineering degree program.
The debt list

The debt list

The financial situation at Terrace Bay Pulp has become clearer. An eight-page list of creditors has been posted by the CCAA monitor, Ernst and Young.

Another five kilometres of four-laning confirmed for 11-17

Another five kilometers of four-laning confirmed for 11-17 The expanded four-laning of Highway 11-17 will include a stretch of road between Eldorado Beach Road and Pass Lake.

Ignace mayor resigns, cites personal reasons

The mayor of Ignace has resigned. Lee Kennard was just starting the second year of a four-year term. He tendered his resignation at a special council meeting Friday, Jan. 27, citing personal reasons.
Tax talk

Tax talk

Some councillors think the proposed city budget isn’t what it seems.
Man accused of flying a stolen plane into U.S. may have case settled before trial

Man accused of flying a stolen plane into U.S. may have case settled before trial

The man accused of stealing a plane from Confederation College in 2009 and flying it into the United States may have his case settled before it goes to trial.