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Airline announces layoffs

Airline announces layoffs

Wasaya Airways will layoff between 20 and 25 of its employees, affecting operations in Thunder Bay, Winnipeg and Timmins. "Wasaya Airways is not immune to the recent economic downturn," said the airline’s president Tom Morris.
Wrong Ward?

Wrong Ward?

Trevor Giertuga says just because for the past year-and-a-half he hasn’t lived in the McIntyre Ward he was elected to serve doesn’t mean it’s been neglected at City Hall.
Sober thoughts

Sober thoughts

High school students aren’t pulling punches in a drama production against drunk driving. St. Patrick High School's Grade 12 drama class, in partnership the Thunder Bay District Health Unit, has started its performance of Smashed .

Police investigate attempted sexual assault

Police are looking for two men who may have prevented a sexual assault. Thunder Bay Police Service officers are investigating an incident that took place just after midnight Sunday in the County Park Area.

Red River hosts most housing starts

The Red River ward still has had highest number of single-detached starts since 2008. The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation released data concluding that Thunder Bay’s housing starts by 0.6 per cent.
Snowarama kickoff

Snowarama kickoff

Independence is the most thing important thing a person can have, especially when living with a physical disability. For Jacqueline Lauchie’s son Zachary was two years old, when they learned he would never be able to walk.
Council expenses revealed

Council expenses revealed

Thunder Bay city councillors did not exceed their 2009 budget with their combined expenses totalling $65,898. Each city councillors receives a budget of $7,200 for the year.
Graduating sailors

Graduating sailors

It is a perfect score for the Canadian Navy’s pilot project as it sees all of its Thunder Bay students complete the four months of military schooling.
New Year’s resolution

New Year’s resolution

A world record is being attempted while trying to work off the holiday pounds in a simultaneous fitness workout. There were 37 participants at Confederation College’s bubble on Saturday.

OPP, city police find cocaine and Oxy

A joint force investigation in Thunder Bay has led to a major drug bust in the city.