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Rain drenching welcomed

Rain drenching welcomed

According to Environment Canada, up to 57 millimetres (mm) fell on some parts of Thunder Bay before the storm, which originated in the mid-west U.S., had dissipated.
TBPS officer Michael Dimini to stand trial in 2025

TBPS officer Michael Dimini to stand trial in 2025

Three separate trials will be held in winter and spring 2025 for Thunder Bay Police Service Staff Sgt. Michael Dimini, who was charged by the OPP with assault, obstruction of justice, and breach of trust.
New drone delivery system could revolutionize Northern healthcare

New drone delivery system could revolutionize Northern healthcare

A local pharmacy has partnered with a GTA-based health-tech company for what could be a game-changing pilot project.
CEDC report shows mining boom may be delayed two years

CEDC report shows mining boom may be delayed two years

The mining readiness strategy indicates the region may have to wait until 2028 to start seeing the full impact of mining growth in Northwestern Ontario.
A QR code to "Check-In" is raising awareness for youth mental health

A QR code to "Check-In" is raising awareness for youth mental health

The interactive display at Intercity Shopping Centre is in support of Kids Help Phone
Police peer support program seeing more members reaching out

Police peer support program seeing more members reaching out

The Peer Support and Service Wellness program at the Thunder Bay Police Service assists first responders in addressing stress and mental health challenges both on and off the job
Special Chiefs Assembly confers over landmark agreement

Special Chiefs Assembly confers over landmark agreement

Representatives and leaders from across the Nishawbe Aski Nation (NAN) are gathering in Thunder Bay for two days to discuss matters related to the wellbeing of First Nations children, families, and community members - in addition to the final settlement agreement regarding a CHRT case dating back to 2007.
TBT NEWSHOUR May 22, 2024: Police speak out after guns and drugs seized during arrests

TBT NEWSHOUR May 22, 2024: Police speak out after guns and drugs seized during arrests

City and developers await decision on future of LPH property

City and developers await decision on future of LPH property

An agency of the Ontario government says it's still identifying potential future uses for the property
New police board seeks member candidates

New police board seeks member candidates

The Lakehead OPP Detachment Board is to consist of 13 members
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