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Police investigating 27th Mac’s robbery of 2011

Police investigating 27th Mac’s robbery of 2011

The rash of Mac's robberies in the city continues as police investigate an early morning theft at a south side convenience store. The most recent incident took place just after 3 a.m.

Pair of suspects rob delivery woman

For the second time in the past two weeks, a Thunder Bay food delivery person has been the victim of a robbery. The most recent incident took place Tuesday night around 9:30 p.m. on Trillium Way.
Triumphant port

Triumphant port

The Port of Thunder Bay generates millions of dollars for Ontario’s economy and provides thousands of jobs across the province, according to a new economic study.

VP of shipping company says Wheat Board changes will have positive impact

The vice-president of a Winnipeg-based shipping company says changes to the Canadian Wheat Board will have a positive impact on the industry.

Successful restaurateur, former TV personality Ling Lee dies after fall

Family and friends are mourning the death of a well known city restaurateur. Ling Lee died unexpectedly Tuesday, the victim of an accidental fall.
Fresh faces at City Hall ready to raise cancer awareness

Fresh faces at City Hall ready to raise cancer awareness

Some faces at city hall have changed after a special event Wednesday afternoon. Mayor Keith Hobbs, Coun.
Local MPs kicked off committees, face other penalties for long-gun vote

Local MPs kicked off committees, face other penalties for long-gun vote

John Rafferty says the NDP are punishing people in Thunder Bay more than him after sanctioning him for voting to abolish the gun registry.
Big project

Big project

The largest project a national charity has ever done is underway right now in Thunder Bay. Habitat for Humanity is salvaging a building at the now-defunct Northern Sawmill.

Google ebooks land in Canada

There’s a Thunder Bay connection to Google’s entry this week into the crowded Canadian e-book marketplace. Scott Dougall says his company’s online store will make a mark because of its uniqueness and flexibility.

Large cargo arrives in Timmins earlier than expected: OPP

A major cargo shipment that was expected to disrupt traffic along a main Northern Ontario highway has wrapped up much sooner than expected.