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SUV slumber party collides with police cruiser

A man sleeping in his vehicle crashed into a police cruiser before speeding off after officers woke him up Friday morning. The strange incident took place on city's north side and has left the cruiser with significant damage.

Fire Rescue resumes operations at Neebing station

Thunder Bay Fire Rescue will resume operations at the Neebing Fire Station on 20th Sideroad as of 6 p.m. Friday while work to complete mould remediation continues.
Little John, big role

Little John, big role

A decade ago Kevin Durand was a struggling actor, one of thousands in Hollywood looking for bit parts in shows like the Outer Limits and ER .
Residents continue to give multiplex opinions at open house

Residents continue to give multiplex opinions at open house

Wind and rain didn’t stop the public from giving their input on a potential mulitplex arena. About 170 people turned out to the Italian Cultural Centre Thursday night to hear about the plan so far and voice their opinion.
100-year anniversary of Treaty celebrated

100-year anniversary of Treaty celebrated

First Nations people need the help of all Canadians to get governments to recognize the legal and moral obligations of treaty rights says the Assembly of First Nations Chief.

Alan Fydirchuk honoured as innovative hero

Often City of Thunder Bay employees go about their business without anybody saying job well done, said Coun. Rebecca Johnson.
Greyhound Canada still searching for government support

Greyhound Canada still searching for government support

Greyhound Canada is looking to upper levels of government to help prop up money-losing routes in rural Canada.
Fonteece sentenced to one year probation

Fonteece sentenced to one year probation

Following sentencing for criminal negligence, Peter Fonteece said he plans to publish a psychological thriller and start a foundation in his wife’s memory. Fonteece, 48, appeared at Superior Court in Thunder Bay on Thursday.
Father Dunnill honoured

Father Dunnill honoured

Members of the Thunder Bay Police Service paid their respects to their long-term chaplain Father Michael Dunnill Thursday morning at St. Paul’s Anglican Church.

Local lawyer receives Bar Association award

Thunder Bay lawyer Chris Knutsen is one of two lawyers in the province who will receive the Ontario Bar Associations Award of Excellence for Insurance Law.