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Man dies from injuries sustained during March 16 crash

A Thunder Bay man is dead as the result of injuries suffered in a motor vehicle crash earlier this month.

Hydro rates on the rise

Thunder Bay Hydro rates are going up. The Ontario Energy Board has approved a hike of 0.18 per cent by the local utility. However, the actual increase on hydro bills will be about three per cent for homeowners and 3.
Jobs a top issue, candidates say as federal campaign begins

Jobs a top issue, candidates say as federal campaign begins

The top issue on the minds of most Thunder Bay-Superior North candidates as the May 2 federal election approaches is jobs and the economy. “That’s the heart of everything,” said Yves Fricot (Lib., Thunder Bay-Superior North).

Earth Hour produces no results in Thunder Bay

Officials with Thunder Bay Hydro say they didn't detect any signs of energy conservation during Earth-Hour. Residents across the globe were encouraged to turn off their lights from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Arson suspected cause in south-side apartment fire

Arson suspected cause in south-side apartment fire

An investigator from the Fire Marshal’s Office is looking into the cause of a suspicious fire at an apartment building in the city’s south end.
End of the Flower?

End of the Flower?

The cost of delivering and purchasing flowers could mean big changes to the Canadian Cancer Society’s longstanding Daffodil Day fundraiser. The cancer society started the Daffodil Day fundraiser in Toronto in 1957.

Thunder Bay speller finishes 9th in national bee

The lone Thunder Bay contestant in a national spelling bee has finished in ninth place out of 21 contestants.
A screening success

A screening success

With more than 17 films to see, movie patrons say the biggest problem at this year’s annual Northwest Film Fest is deciding which one to pick. Film buffs and movie patrons lined up at the Silvercity Famous Players Theatre on Sunday.
Unwanted election?

Unwanted election?

With a federal election set for May 2, most residents say they aren’t happy that they’re heading to polls this spring.

17-year-old-boy pulls knife outside of bar

Police charged a 17-year-old-boy with assault with a weapon after he allegedly pulled a knife on a bouncer. Thunder Bay Police Service officers say a fight broke out between the 17-year-old and a bouncer outside a Victoria Avenue bar on Saturday.
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