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Life-changing camp

Life-changing camp

Joline Beauregard says her 10 years at Camp Quality Northwestern Ontario changed her life. The 17-year-old from Sault Ste. Marie has battled cancer for nearly her lifetime; Doctors diagnosed her when she was two years old.
Anxious for home

Anxious for home

A week after forest fires forced them from their community, many evacuees from Sandy Lake First Nation say they just want to go back home. Forest fires in the region forced thousands of people from First Nation communities from their homes.

Provincial election to feature more advance voting days

Ontario residents will have more days and new ways to cast their vote this fall. In addition to the 10 days of advance polling, voters will have an unprecedented 29 days to vote through special ballots.
Hydro customers left without power after vehicle strikes pole

Hydro customers left without power after vehicle strikes pole

About 1,600 Thunder Bay Hydro customers were left without power after a vehicle struck a utility pole Monday afternoon. The incident happened around 1:30 p.m. on Dawson Road just south of Paquette Road.

Police investigating pair of injuries, including one fatal, in Poplar Hill

Police at an area First Nation community are investigating whether two injuries, one of which was fatal, are linked.
Condition still serious

Condition still serious

A 54-year-old man in a wheelchair who collided with a taxi cab Saturday evening has been flown to Winnipeg for medical treatment. Around 11:20 p.m.
Celtic bash

Celtic bash

Christine Eyolfson says Fort William Historical Park's Celtic Fair lets her reconnect to her Scottish roots.

Taxi collides with wheelchair user

A taxi cab collided with a wheelchair user on Memorial Avenue Saturday night. Thunder Bay Police Service officers say a 54-year-old-man was crossing the street around 11: 20 p.m. when he collided with a taxi.

Police dispose of blasting caps

Police temporarily closed a section of Belrose Road to traffic in order to detonate a number of blasting caps found nearby. Thunder Bay Police Service officers responded to a call about someone locating explosives on their property on Friday.
Construction leads to traffic delays around the city

Construction leads to traffic delays around the city

With construction season in full bloom city drivers should expect some delays around Thunder Bay. Underground sewer and water replacement, along with new sidewalks and road resurfacing, is currently underway on Brodie Street near Donald Street.
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