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Eabametoong wins court challenge to exploration permit

Eabametoong wins court challenge to exploration permit

Mineral exploration permit is revoked pending further consultation
Staal encouraged by changes made in Carolina

Staal encouraged by changes made in Carolina

Hurricanes captain hope the moves will put an end to nine straight seasons out of the playoffs.
Rosemary McKay challenges Alvin Fiddler for NAN Grand Chief

Rosemary McKay challenges Alvin Fiddler for NAN Grand Chief

Chiefs will vote for their leader in August
College responds to shortage of early childhood educators and educational support workers

College responds to shortage of early childhood educators and educational support workers

Confederation College is collaborating with industry partners to promote the value of these careers and will offer an additional regional intake of the Early Childhood Education program.
<b>Video:</b> July 16, 2018: Hydro One Deal

Video: July 16, 2018: Hydro One Deal

July 16, 2018: Hydro One Deal
U.S. angler caught hiding baitfish in his vehicle

U.S. angler caught hiding baitfish in his vehicle

Border officers found the bait in a secret compartment
Dogs "take a beating" to divert geese from Thunder Bay parks <b>(2 photos)</b>

Dogs "take a beating" to divert geese from Thunder Bay parks (2 photos)

Australian shepherds and other breeds are trained not to harm birds
Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Sunny and cool
City, Fort William First Nation yet to receive Swing Bridge update

City, Fort William First Nation yet to receive Swing Bridge update

Thunder Bay city manager had said an update was expected to be provided by Monday but both parties are still awaiting word of the railway's plan for the bridge.
Police look to tackle high impaired driving rates

Police look to tackle high impaired driving rates

Thunder Bay police have arrested more impaired drivers through first two weeks of July than any other month this year.