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City names crime prevention co-ordinator

City names crime prevention co-ordinator

The city has its new crime prevention council co-ordinator.

Shipping statistics reveal slow season

Port activity this year hasn’t been able to catch up with last year’s numbers, statistics show. Thunder Bay Port Authority figures for October show that 623,000 tonnes of cargo moved through the port last month.

Police raid in Kenora nets pot, plants and cash

Police in Kenora seized nine pounds of pot, 43 marijuana plants and more than $16,000 during a raid last week.

Thunder Bay Hydro must lobby, president says

Paying to lobby the government is just the cost of doing business, says the president of Thunder Bay Hydro.

Water line break sends LU students packing, cancels night classes

A water line break forced the closure of most of the buildings at Lakehead University Tuesday afternoon. Officials with the university say crews working beside Lake Tamblyn accidentally ruptured one or more water lines sometime after 3 p.m.

Bus driver charged for blowing red light

A Thunder Bay Transit driver has been charged for travelling through a red light in connection with a collision that took place last Friday on the city's north side.

Highway death in Nipigon leads to arrest in Winnipeg

A Winnipeg man faces charges in connection with an incident this weekend that claimed the life of a Lake Helen man. The body of 21-year-old Miles Fawcett was found at the Nipigon Bridge around 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
Thunder Bay Library launch redesigned website

Thunder Bay Library launch redesigned website

Libraries need to remain relevant in today’s Google-world, said the Thunder Bay Public Library’s head of virtual services. "The website is just essential for us to provide library service these days," said Joanna Aegard.
Behind bars

Behind bars

A group of Hammarskjold High School students will spend the better part of the week behind bars. But these are no juvenile delinquents.
Spirit Horse rides

Spirit Horse rides

Michaela Washburn says she became an actor to follow her dreams but also wanted to use her talent to help heal the Aboriginal people. The 39-year-old Métis artist from Leduc, Alta.