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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.
Educational partnership

Educational partnership

Water resource science students are already high in demand. Four years from now they’ll be infinitely more employable, thanks to the integration of degree and diploma programs at Lakehead University and Confederation College.

SIU investigating death of Dryden man in custody

The province's Special Investigations Unit is probing the sudden death of a police suspect in Dryden. Officers with the Dryden Police Service took a man into custody early Wednesday morning and put him in a police prison cell.

Highway closed after SUV and transport collide

Police closed a section of Highway 61 following a crash between a transport truck and SUV Thursday morning. The two drivers were sent to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Center where they are being treated for non life-threatening injuries.
Police, ministry launch traffic blitz

Police, ministry launch traffic blitz

Thunder Bay Police Service’s traffic unit pulled several vehicles off the road during a traffic blitz Wednesday afternoon.