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Fire investigators looking into ‘suspicious’ shed fire

Firefighters continue to investigate what they call a suspicious shed fire. The Thunder Bay Fire Service responded to the shed fire in the 800 block of McPherson Street Sunday around 6: 30 p.m.

Police nab suspect in Walsh Street assault and robbery

Police arrested a suspect following a weekend assault and robbery on Walsh Street. Thunder Bay Police Service officers say they arrested and charged an 18-year-old man from Thunder Bay on Sunday just before 5:30 p.m.
Artist vision

Artist vision

With big blockbusters getting most of the attention, public awareness of other art forms could improve, says a local painter. Linda Dell moved to her Court Street studio three years ago to paint.
Dreams come true

Dreams come true

Almost a decade later, Pierre Schryer said he had fulfilled his dream of staying connected to his heritage while creating a festival to engage and educate people in traditional Celtic culture.
Motorcycle, truck collide

Motorcycle, truck collide

A 60-year-old man has been charged with making an unsafe turn after a serious crash Friday afternoon on the city’s south side. Thunder Bay Police Service officials say that at around 11:30 a.m.
Pilot program to determine if injured-worker clinic is needed

Pilot program to determine if injured-worker clinic is needed

The organization of injured workers and labour groups in Thunder Bay is so strong, the chairman of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board of Ontario said he expects the city’s newly opened Occupational Health Clinic for Ontario Workers to be one of
Speeding up meetings

Speeding up meetings

Late Night with Thunder Bay City Council is not a TV show Robert Tuchenhagen wants any part of starring in.
Close to home

Close to home

A basket of strawberries shipped from Chile has an enormous environmental footprint, not to mention the chemicals used to keep it fresh.
Hollywood Northwest

Hollywood Northwest

With film becoming an emerging sector of Thunder Bay’s economy, the industry needed a resource that would consolidate information about talent, locations and whatever else a filmmaker could need.
Superior North EMS gets new gear

Superior North EMS gets new gear

Victims of heart failure could leave the hospital in a matter of hours instead of weeks thanks to a new device installed in district ambulances.
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