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Sunrise Records confirms Thunder Bay store

Sunrise Records confirms Thunder Bay store

Company expected to arrive at Intercity Shopping Centre sometime in 2017.
Social infrastructure highlights federal budget

Social infrastructure highlights federal budget

Highlights of the 2017 federal budget released Wednesday include social and capital Infrastructure for municipalities and First Nations communities.
Voyageurs capture university women's curling crown

Voyageurs capture university women's curling crown

Voyageurs win first national title of any kind since the Mulroney era.

Gorham man wins $100K

Brent Lajeunesse matched six of seven Encore numbers in the Feb. 18 draw.
Indigenous representative appointed to police board

Indigenous representative appointed to police board

Ontario Native Women’s Association program manager of services Serenity Perry will serve on the board in an interim position until a full-time member can be appointed.
Police arrest unwanted man found sleeping in residence

Police arrest unwanted man found sleeping in residence

Male suspect alleged to have been found sleeping in victim's home, in possession of stolen credit card.
Beaudry skips T-Wolves into university final

Beaudry skips T-Wolves into university final

A day after a disappointing loss to Alberta, Lakehead's Hailey Beaudry rebounds with a 7-5 win over the reigning Canadian junior champions in the semfinal of the U Sports National Women's Curling Championship.
'All possibilities open' in woman's Intercity death

'All possibilities open' in woman's Intercity death

A post-mortem examination of a woman's body found in the Thunder Centre commercial area on Tuesday is scheduled in Toronto.
Predicting the unpredictable

Predicting the unpredictable

Police and city look at ways to better plan for the costs of emergency services in city.
Capay's application to drop prosecution returns May 23

Capay's application to drop prosecution returns May 23

THUNDER BAY -- After nearly five years of waiting for his case to go to trial, 24-year-old murder suspect Adam Capay appeared in court through a video conference this morning.