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Will more mild winters leave us feeling the forest fire heat?

Will more mild winters leave us feeling the forest fire heat?

More than 4,000 people were evacuated from their homes this summer as forest fires raged a little too close to their communities.
Art on campus

Art on campus

For the first time Lakehead University visual arts students have a place to display their art on campus. Titled The Row, the gallery is located in the hallway containing the university’s senior administration offices above the Agora.
Facing financial crisis, Humane Society wrestles with threat of closure

Facing financial crisis, Humane Society wrestles with threat of closure

Unless a miracle happens, officials with the local humane society say they will be gone by the end of the year. The Thunder Bay and District Humane Society is running a $180,000 deficit this year or roughly $15,000 every month.

Police release name of mill-explosion victim

Police have released the identity of the man killed in a tragic mill explosion in Terrace Bay earlier this week. Officials with the Schreiber detachment of the OPP say Terrance Berthelot, 28, died from his injuries following the Monday, Oct.

Woman arrested after night-time knife attack on man

A 30-year-old woman has been taken into custody following an incident Thursday night in which a man suffered several stab wounds.

OPP officers involved in chase that injured teens cleared

The province's Special Investigations Unit has cleared two OPP officers in connection with a pursuit that left two teens injured. The incident took place on Sept.

City’s jobless rate jumps in October

Thunder Bay’s area jobless rate saw a big jump last month. The most recent numbers from Statistics Canada shows that unemployment was running at 6.9 per cent in October. That's up from the six per cent recorded in September.
Region's hospital taking new, patient-centered approach to health care

Region's hospital taking new, patient-centered approach to health care

The Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre is changing the way they deliver health care.

Warm weather allows paving projects to continue

Unseasonably warm temperatures have allowed contractors to continue working on paving projects around the city. Typically for this time of year, the roadwork season has come and gone.
Cleanup incomplete

Cleanup incomplete

Superior Fine Papers has blown the deadline for removing chemicals from the property of the idled mill. The company had until Oct. 31 to remove chemicals stored on the property.