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Slow start costs No. 8 Wolves against McMaster

Slow start costs No. 8 Wolves against McMaster

Mychael Paulo scored 14 of McMaster's 30 points in the first and the visitors never trailed on Friday night, knocking off the eighth-ranked team in the nation.
Vikings assured of medal shot at OFSAA

Vikings assured of medal shot at OFSAA

Hammarskjold will take on the second-ranked Perth and District Collegiate Institute in Saturday's semifinal.
Bombers hand Fighting Walleye second home-ice loss of season

Bombers hand Fighting Walleye second home-ice loss of season

Jake Manners stopped 47 shots to earn the shutout, the first of his SIJHL career.
T-Wolves comeback bid comes up one point short

T-Wolves comeback bid comes up one point short

Alexia Giroux scores 20 off the bench for Lakehead, which is still seeking its first win of the 2022-23 season.
<b>VIDEO:</b> Soccer Northwest proposing cheaper turf facility option

VIDEO: Soccer Northwest proposing cheaper turf facility option

Library releases public survey after learning of possible 15% budget cut

Library releases public survey after learning of possible 15% budget cut

Thunder Bay Public Library CEO Richard Togman says city administration is likely recommending a 15 per cent cut to the library’s capital budget and he hopes the public will fill out a new survey to let city councillors know the importance of public libraries in the community
<b>TBT NEWSHOUR:</b> Nov. 24, 2022: Homelessness funding

TBT NEWSHOUR: Nov. 24, 2022: Homelessness funding

TBT Newshour for Nov. 24, 2022: Homelessness funding
Christmas Cheer campaign aims to feed 8,000

Christmas Cheer campaign aims to feed 8,000

Hampers will include a week's worth of groceries and the fixings for a Christmas Day meal, including a turkey.
Police arrest 7 in Amelia Street drug bust

Police arrest 7 in Amelia Street drug bust

Thunder Bay police say they seized firearms and drugs including fentanyl in a major bust that resulted in the arrests of five suspects from Southern Ontario and two from Thunder Bay.
Vaugeois calls for action to stop gas price 'gouging'

Vaugeois calls for action to stop gas price 'gouging'

Thunder Bay–Superior North MPP Lise Vaugeois renewed an NDP call for the Ford government to regulate gas prices at Queen's Park, saying oil and gas companies are "gouging people in the North."
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