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Man wants emergency broadcast station for city

There could soon be a new community information and emergency broadcast radio station hitting the airwaves in Thunder Bay. At least that's what one city resident is hoping for.
Regional fire fighters return from Saskatchewan fires

Regional fire fighters return from Saskatchewan fires

Ontario firefighters are arriving back home after spending 10 days lending a hand to Saskatchewan fire crews. About 20 crews from the West Fire Region started returning to the Northwest Thursday at the Thunder Bay International Airport.
Police search for man wanted for attempted murder

Police search for man wanted for attempted murder

Thunder Bay Police are looking for a man wanted for attempted murder in Brampton. Police believe Troy Moulton, 22, could be in the Thunder Bay area after a shooting in Brampton July 26.
Fighting for lakes

Fighting for lakes

Canada and the United States used to harvest 15 million pounds of lake trout from Lake Huron and Lake Superior annually.
Resource course

Resource course

First Nations students from across the province are learning the resource tricks of the trade this week at Confederation College.

Grand Chief expected to file complaint against SIU

The Grand Chief of Treaty 3 said she will file a complaint with the Independent Police Review Director.

New van promises to make policing more efficient on the road

The Thunder Bay Police Service traffic unit has a new addition to its fleet that will allow officers to do the job more efficiently outside of the Balmoral Street station.

CLE opens its gates and lets the fair begin

Family and friends coming together to enjoy games, rides and food is the real attraction of the annual Canadian Lakehead Exhibition, says one Manitouwadge resident.
Quality check

Quality check

Provincial dollars could help ensure municipalities and First Nation communities are held more accountable for the quality of their waterways, says the chair of Lakehead University’s biology department.
Police seize 265 pot plants from Neebing home

Police seize 265 pot plants from Neebing home

A police raid in Neebing has removed about $265,000 worth of marijuana from the streets of Northwestern Ontario and landed four people in court.