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Canada Post employees collect food for Stamp Out Hunger drive

Canada Post employees collect food for Stamp Out Hunger drive

THUNDER BAY -- Mail carriers have the pulse on the communities they serve. After all, they spend their work days on the streets going door to door. That’s why a group of local Canada Post workers are doing their part to help the community.
City introduces first-ever bike repair station

City introduces first-ever bike repair station

THUNDER BAY -- The city’s first community bike repair station is already a hit. About 15 kids were centred around the station fixing their bikes last Thursday, the first day the structure was operational outside the Mary J.L.

Legal challenge to spring bear hunt begins

TORONTO -- The Liberal government's move to bring back the spring bear hunt in a pilot project was challenged in court Tuesday. That challenge comes just before the projects planned start on Thursday.

Province granted leave to intervene in Ring of Fire dispute

Ring of Fire -- Ontario has been granted leave to intervene in a major mining dispute, but only on questions of law. The conflict is between Cliffs Natural Resources and KWG Resources over the granting of an easement.
Derailed

Derailed

THUNDER BAY -- A pair of rail cars carrying grain went off the tracks in the city Tuesday morning. The two cars remained upright after derailing while crossing Maureen Street, blocking the road for several hours as crews worked to fix the problem.
SOS program ends

SOS program ends

The funding is gone but the need continues as a pilot project that helped more than 1,000 people survive this winter comes to an end.
Remembering those lost on the job

Remembering those lost on the job

THUNDER BAY -- This National Day of Mourning for injured and fallen workers is bittersweet for Steve Mantis. On one hand, there were no workplace fatalities in the city in 2013.
No tax increase

No tax increase

THUNDER BAY -- City council will not be raising taxes to control budget overruns.

Cocaine, marijuana and cash found after pair of drug raid

THUNDER BAY -- A pair of drug raids led to the seizure of more than 100 grams of cocaine, some marijuana and cash. Officials with the the combined forces organized crime bureau say a pair of homes were searched on April 24.
Police look to identify robbery suspect

Police look to identify robbery suspect

THUNDER BAY -- City police hope the public can help them identify the suspect of a recent grocery store robbery.
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