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Three projects receive Canada 150 money

Three projects receive Canada 150 money

Three Thunder Bay initiatives get combined $246,000 through the federal government's Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program.
Police seeking dark SUV seen fleeing murder scene

Police seeking dark SUV seen fleeing murder scene

Police release description of vehicle seen fleeing Marks Street murder, a crime investigators believe was targeted and gang related.
Rent Panda connects tenants and landlords

Rent Panda connects tenants and landlords

Website was created in Thunder Bay when its founder spent too much time searching for a reasonable place to live.
Woman killed in highway collision

Woman killed in highway collision

Santosh Gupta was a back-seat passenger in a vehicle that rolled on Highway 17 near Dunk Lake on Friday morning.
Second abduction attempt reported to police

Second abduction attempt reported to police

A woman and her infant were out walking Monday night on Beverly Street when two men in an SUV tried to drag her into their vehicle.
'Paving the way': influential women recognized

'Paving the way': influential women recognized

The 20th Influential Women of Northern Ontario Awards recognized outstanding women across the region.
Letter to the Editor: Reopen city budget

Letter to the Editor: Reopen city budget

To the editor: Interesting to read the news release from city hall stating that the city will be enjoying a favourable budget variance of $2.7 million for year end 2016. On Oct.
Westfort residents standing up for neighbourhood greenspaces

Westfort residents standing up for neighbourhood greenspaces

The potential sale and development of open greenspace property along two Westfort crescents concerns residents.
Auditorium Foundation joins forces with Community Foundation

Auditorium Foundation joins forces with Community Foundation

Move puts the Thunder Bay Community Foundation's portfolio over $10-million mark.
Letter to the Editor: Thoughts regarding Citizen Satisfaction Survey

Letter to the Editor: Thoughts regarding Citizen Satisfaction Survey

Once again, we have been served a survey that appears to be designed more for returning the answer city administration wants rather than gauging our true feelings.