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NW Ontario francophones consider new childcare centres

NW Ontario francophones consider new childcare centres

AFNOO hopes to have some facilities open in 2021.
Assault sends man to hospital

Assault sends man to hospital

Police are investigating an assault that took place in Ware Township Wednesday morning.
Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

High of -22C with windchill making it feel like -40C. Risk of frostbite
University students concerned about tuition, OSAP changes

University students concerned about tuition, OSAP changes

Government announces 10 per cent reduction to postsecondary tuition rates but will undo free tuition program for low-income students and replace non-repayable grants with loans.
Police investigate Arthur Street collision

Police investigate Arthur Street collision

Crash leaves debris scattered on road.
Suspect armed with alleged handgun robs Red River Road store <b>(2 photos)</b>

Suspect armed with alleged handgun robs Red River Road store (2 photos)

Police say incident took place on Thursday afternoon.
Police investigate Victoriaville incident

Police investigate Victoriaville incident

Cops say victim not co-operating in what witnesses say is a stairwell stabbing.
Most local schools don't have carbon monoxide detectors

Most local schools don't have carbon monoxide detectors

Both Lakehead Public Schools and Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board are considering changing that policy in light of a incident in Montreal that sent 35 children and eight adults to hospital this month with suspected carbon monoxide poisoning.
Frigid wind chill prompts extreme cold warning

Frigid wind chill prompts extreme cold warning

Wind chill could make it feel like -40C.
<b>Open letter:</b> Monteith-Farrell urges Ford government to fund Thunder Bay police to meet OIPRD recommendations

Open letter: Monteith-Farrell urges Ford government to fund Thunder Bay police to meet OIPRD recommendations

Dear Minister Jones, As you are aware, on December 12, 2018, the Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD) released a report entitled Broken Trust: Indigenous People and the Thunder Bay Police Service .