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Ace game

Ace game

Thunder Bay Police Service officers served up another tournament, but this time it’s off the ice and onto the volleyball court. The Aboriginal Liaison Committee organized the youth volleyball tournament with help from other area police services.
Preparing for protest

Preparing for protest

Activists from a Facebook-born movement against the prorogation of Parliament will take their fight to the streets next weekend.
Suspicious fires

Suspicious fires

More than 30 vehicles are damaged after four males broke into Bucks Auto Parts on Mission Island. A camera captured four male suspects jumping over a fence at 2:55 a.m. Friday. The four smashed several vehicles and set fire to several others.
Banned from Marina Park

Banned from Marina Park

A local waterfront development critic says he’s still shocked after receiving an indefinite ban from Marina Park. Jon Hutt said he was walking down Pearl Street on Dec.21 when he noticed a gate on the street’s Marina Park entrance had been removed.

TBT News running on weekends

Starting Saturday, TBT News is bringing back its weekend edition newscasts. The new Saturday edition will air on CHFD-TV at 6:30 p.m., hosted by news anchor Heather St. Amand and weekend Sports Anchor Alex Brown.

Career fair takes aim at teachers

Education employers from around the world were in Thunder Bay Friday for the 12th annual New Teachers Recruitment Fair at Lakehead University.

NOMA reviews growth plan

Municipal leaders from around the region were in Thunder Bay Friday to discuss the Northern Ontario Growth Plan.
Forestry’s future

Forestry’s future

Forestry graduates face an uncertain future. But forest tenure and pricing changes could be their salvation.

Former Chamber boss has new role

The former president of the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce has a new title. Mary Long-Irwin has been named the executive director for the Northern Ontario Enterprise Gateway.

Donations pour in for Haiti

Local efforts are underway to help Haiti after a devastating earthquake Tuesday. Donations are pouring in to the Thunder Bay branch of the Canadian Red Cross to help with the devastation in Haiti.