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Kickboxing makes triumphant return to city

Kickboxing makes triumphant return to city

Thunder Bay's Mitchell Spence thrills the crowd with unanimous decision victory.
Folklore Festival set for another trip around the world

Folklore Festival set for another trip around the world

The always popular Folklore Festival will return to the Fort William Gardens May 6 and 7 with more food, dancing, and performances.
MNR reduces moose tags

MNR reduces moose tags

The MNR is cutting the number of moose tags available for this year's hunting season.
Ontario chamber warns businesses over prosperity 'deception'

Ontario chamber warns businesses over prosperity 'deception'

The Ontario Chamber of Commerce warns businesses across the province aren't investing almost half of their available capital back into the economy.
Inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women postponed

Inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women postponed

The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women was supposed to begin three days of regional meetings in Thunder Bay, starting Tuesday.
Pedestrian in serious condition following collision

Pedestrian in serious condition following collision

Thunder Bay Police are investigating a collision involving a motor vehicle and a pedestrian that resulted in serious injuries.
Ottawa to invest extra $25M in FedNor over 5 years

Ottawa to invest extra $25M in FedNor over 5 years

MP Don Rusnak says money will be used to create and maintain middle-class jobs.
City police welcome two new officers

City police welcome two new officers

City police force swears in two newest members to their ranks at Friday afternoon ceremony.
OLG quarterly payment to city tops $610K

OLG quarterly payment to city tops $610K

Casino Thunder Bay has given the city more than $40 million in payments since 2000.
Jasper Place staff on verge of striking

Jasper Place staff on verge of striking

Union officials say they will begin the process to allow 36 workers to walk off the job if last-minute talks with city fail.