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Taranis responds to councillor’s accusations

Taranis Contracting Group says they’ve been awarded paving contracts from the City of Thunder Bay through a fair tendering process. On Wednesday, at-large Coun.
Finding information

Finding information

Nipigon wants to learn more about Canada’s plan for long-term nuclear waste storage.
Critical councillor wonders if contractor over committed to city projects

Critical councillor wonders if contractor over committed to city projects

A city councillor is blaming delays in construction around the city on the contractor failing to fulfill their contract. With three projects not even started this year and other paving companies in Thunder Bay available, at-large Coun.

Data destruction leaves MPs unsure about gun registry vote

Neither area MP knows how they’ll vote on a bill to scrap the long-registry because of a plan to destroy data the registry has collected.
Case reconstructed

Case reconstructed

For the past two decades, Bruce Halow has had to live not knowing who was responsible for the death of his younger brother.
Appeal denied

Appeal denied

A former city councillor has lost an appeal of a conflict-of-interest judgment and remains barred from serving on city council until December 2014.

No Blackhawk down: chopper crash an Ornge training exercise

There was a lot of commotion at the Thunder Bay International Airport this morning, following the apparent crash of a helicopter there. But the scenario was not real.
Free lunch

Free lunch

Students at a local high school are learning there is in fact such a thing as a free lunch.
Convenience store officials, police team up to create robbery-reducing strategy

Convenience store officials, police team up to create robbery-reducing strategy

Officials with Mac’s Convenience Stores and city police have teamed up to make a plan on how to prevent robberies from happening at stores across Thunder Bay.
Balloon art

Balloon art

A herd of balloon animals has landed at Marina Park. City officials installed 10 stone sculptures at the new Children’s Garden near the Tai Chi Park at Prince Arthur’s Landing on Wednesday.