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Transit operators to honour slain Winnipeg bus driver

Transit operators to honour slain Winnipeg bus driver

Thunder Bay Transit buses will stop for one minute at 2 p.m. on Tuesday in remembrance of 58-year-old Irvine Fraser, killed on the job last week in the Manitoba capital.
Politically motivated student heads to Model Parliament

Politically motivated student heads to Model Parliament

Inspired by Al Gore's Inconvenient Truth, 15-year-old Jaimi Plater one day hopes to become a politician herself and help change the world for the better.
Government accepts independent panel’s recommendations

Government accepts independent panel’s recommendations

The Pension Asset Expert Advisory Panel has released its independent advice and recommendations on the application of public sector accounting standards to two of Ontario's jointly sponsored pension plans: the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan (OTPP) and the Ontario Public Service Employees Union Pension Plan (OPSEUPP).
Local NTDC athletes compete across the globe

Local NTDC athletes compete across the globe

Thunder Bay athletes continue competing in red and white for Canada at Nordic ski events around the globe.
Body of snowmobiler found; one still missing

Body of snowmobiler found; one still missing

OPP locate body of 51-year-old Gerald Thompson.
Virtual adoption fair a huge success

Virtual adoption fair a huge success

Thunder Bay and District Humane Society finding homes for recent dog recues in new, virtual adoption fair.
Families "very upset" over possible zoo closure

Families "very upset" over possible zoo closure

Supporters of the Chippewa Wildlife Exhibit continue to collect signatures for petition, as patrons visit zoo for what could be last time.
Yo Chef! dishing out fourth serving

Yo Chef! dishing out fourth serving

Cooking competition taking the stage for an evening of hip hop and food at Daytona’s restaurant.
Two snowmobilers missing on Lake Nipigon

Two snowmobilers missing on Lake Nipigon

OPP searching for two Rocky Bay First Nation men last seen on Lake Nipigon Feb. 16
Economist says some residents are voting with their feet

Economist says some residents are voting with their feet

High taxes and water rates are pushing some Thunder Bay residents to relocate to surrounding municipalities, according to economist Livio Di Matteo.