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Train derails near Emo, Ont.

Train derails near Emo, Ont.

Police evacuating residents within an 800-metre radius of the incident, which took place near Highway 602.
Wet’suwet’en solidarity march shuts down north core

Wet’suwet’en solidarity march shuts down north core

First major Thunder Bay action closes several major streets Tuesday evening
Public trust for officers high but not Police Service according to survey

Public trust for officers high but not Police Service according to survey

The results of the Citizen Satisfaction and Trust Survey finds that the majority of respondents had positive interactions with members of the Thunder Bay Police Service but do not feel the Service is sensitive to the needs of specific groups
Police make arrest in child porn case

Police make arrest in child porn case

Police seize several devices in Marks Street South raid
Demonstrators shut down portion of Red River Road

Demonstrators shut down portion of Red River Road

Motorists are advised to avoid the area until the demonstrators disperse.
Thunder Bay families join provincial autism protest

Thunder Bay families join provincial autism protest

Local advocates travel to Queen’s Park, while families hold solidarity action in Thunder Bay
Police arrest suspect following convenience store robbery

Police arrest suspect following convenience store robbery

A 35-year-old faces robbery charges after a weekend convenience store robbery.
SleepOut for Shelter set for March 28

SleepOut for Shelter set for March 28

Overnight awareness campaign and fundraiser to help Shelter House cover costs of year-round services.
Thunder Bay outlet to close as Pier 1 files for bankruptcy

Thunder Bay outlet to close as Pier 1 files for bankruptcy

Company announces closure of all Canadian locations as it makes Chapter 11 filing.
Rainy River gold mine's life expectancy shortened by a few years

Rainy River gold mine's life expectancy shortened by a few years

Mining is currently projected to wrap up by 2028.