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Day three

Day three

With closing arguments wrapped up, it could take weeks before recommendations are made following a pre-inquest hearing into the death of Reggie Bushie.
Guns seized at border, man to appear in court on smuggling charge

Guns seized at border, man to appear in court on smuggling charge

Canada Border Services Agency officials at the Pigeon River border crossing have confiscated a number of replica firearms from a Canadian resident.
Evacuees moved out of one hotel, placed in another

Evacuees moved out of one hotel, placed in another

Evacuees who are in Thunder Bay after fleeing their homes in northern communities will be moving on, but will not be going home. About 300 evacuees were staying at the Victoria Inn due to forest fires threatening their communities.

City appoints acting tourism manager

The city has appointed an acting manager of Tourism to fill the void left by Paul Pepe. Officials with the City of Thunder Bay announced that Lisa Beckwick will move from the city's human resources department to take on the role.

Nearly 400 evacuees return home, others still waiting for news

Another 400 evacuees from Northwestern Ontario have made the trip back home. All 281 Fort Hope residents who had been staying in Greenstone were brought back to their community Wednesday.

Outdoorsmen canoe across Canada for Sick Kids

A pair of Northern Ontario outdoor enthusiasts is turning their passion for canoeing into a way to raise money for charity. Dave and Matheson Turgeon are travelling across Canada by canoe in support of the Sick Kids Foundation.

Suspect charged with murder after death in Poplar Hill

Police have arrested and charged a man in Poplar Hill First Nation with second-degree murder. On Friday, July 22 Nisnawbe Aski Police Service received a call about a man passed out on Smooth Rock Road in that community.

Some cheques haven’t arrived since postal labour dispute, some say

Since the day her child was born, Michelle Christie has always received her Canada Child Tax Benefit cheque on time. Coupled with her Ontario Works cheque, Christie relies on the government funding to make it day-to day.
Hitting the road

Hitting the road

Rock 94’s Dee Jaroway has married two things she’s always wanted to do – helping people and traveling. The co-host of the Mark and Dee morning show won the chance to go across Canada through the Kia Motor’s International Facebook contest.
Assessing the damage

Assessing the damage

The airport authority won’t know the full extent of the damages caused by last week’s storm for another few days.
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