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HMS Bounty sets sail for Marina Park

HMS Bounty sets sail for Marina Park

Johnny Depp won’t be aboard, but the ship he helped make famous will be in Thunder Bay for two days this summer.
Dual-credit programs get $1.3M boost from province

Dual-credit programs get $1.3M boost from province

Cassandra Woodbeck would have been a young mother without a Grade 12 diploma or a clear plan for her future if it wasn’t for her high school principal.
Setting up shop

Setting up shop

With the Ring of Fire’s spark continuing to burn brighter, Activation Laboratories Ltd. has nothing but growing to do in Northwestern Ontario.

Mould closes Red Rock EMS station

Paramedics in Red Rock will be working alongside firefighters after their EMS Station closed temporarily because of mould problems. The paramedics and ambulances have been moved to the Red Rock fire station for now.

City police chief named provincial association president

Thunder Bay Police Chief Bob Herman has officially taken on his new role as president of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police.

The Link helps child victims testify

The Thunder Bay Counselling Centre has a new tool to help children feel comfortable when being prepared to testify in criminal court.
Addiction service program gets funding cut

Addiction service program gets funding cut

A provincial pilot program in the district is so successful that Ontario is reducing its funding to pay to have the program in the rest of the province, says the chair of the social administration board. Coun.
Area MPs say they will vote to end the long-gun registry

Area MPs say they will vote to end the long-gun registry

Despite their leader’s best efforts, both local MPs will not vote with their party when it comes to the long-gun registry.

Hospital to receive new MRI enhancement device

Managing breast cancer treatment in Thunder Bay will get decidedly easier in August with the addition of a $185,000 MRI enhancement device at the Regional Health Sciences Centre.
New methadone clinic set to open in Westfort

New methadone clinic set to open in Westfort

Some Westfort business owners say they are upset about the location of a new methadone treatment centre set to open its doors this July. Westfort Village Association member and owner of J.B.
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