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Return of the King

Return of the King

Daylin James says he’s fortunate for the support of his fans.
Having a say

Having a say

The city wants the honest opinion of a handful of children to help pick the next piece of art for Marina Park. On Tuesday, more than 10 children were picked to help chose the waterfront development project’s next public art display.

Catholic board names new superintendent

The Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board named its new Superintendent of Education. The Catholic school board officially appointed Maria Vasanelli on Thursday but held off on the announcement for almost a week.
Mining potential

Mining potential

The head of a proposed iron ore mine wants the province to become a leader in his industry.
Farm funding

Farm funding

The Thunder Bay Agricultural Research Station wouldn’t be able to survive without provincial funding, says the station’s direction of research and business.
ReGenerative Medicine CEO says organization needed city’s help

ReGenerative Medicine CEO says organization needed city’s help

The province’s lengthy approval process forced Lake Superior Centre for ReGenerative Medicine to get financial help from the city, says the company’s CEO.

Report will examine city's deer population

The time has come for the city to do something about its deer population, says a city councillor. Coun.

City on hook for extra costs, variance reports show

The city learned about a few added costs it may have to deal with in a report Monday. The transportation and works department is projecting an $868,000 unfavourable variance to the city’s $200,992,300 budget for winter control.
Life line

Life line

The city is saving a local medical start-up from bankruptcy the mayor says. City council agreed to a $500,000 emergency grant for Lake Superior Centre for Regenerative Medicine to help the not-for-profit company continue its business plan.
Council ratifies decision, going ahead with waterfront art project

Council ratifies decision, going ahead with waterfront art project

The beacons were back at council Monday night as the city ratified its decision to go ahead with the controversial waterfront art project. Council approved the $904,000 installation in an 8-4 decision. Coun.
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