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Fort Frances toddler found safe

A two-year -old-child returned home after reportedly missing for a few hours. Fort Frances Rainy River District Ontario Provincial Police received a call from a local man saying he found a child standing alone outside his residence about 4 a.m.
Wind turbine debate continues as councillor seeks study

Wind turbine debate continues as councillor seeks study

A Thunder Bay city councillor says she is willing to delay a proposed wind-farm project several years, if necessary, in order to get scientific evidence one way or the other about the health effects wind turbines have on human populations. Coun.
French festival announced

French festival announced

Organizers for the second Francophone Festival say they want the city and the region to know that French culture is alive and well. The Ontario government announced its funding of $40,000 for the event at the Francophone Centre on Friday.
The first saltie arrives in Thunder Bay

The first saltie arrives in Thunder Bay

The first saltie of the season didn’t quite sail smoothly into the Thunder Bay harbour Thursday morning. As the Federal Saguenay prepared to dock at the Viterra C elevator at about 9:30 a.m.

Local mass held for Polish tragedy

Hundreds of Thunder Bay residents and politicians came together Thursday night to mourn the loss of Poland's most prominent leaders. More than 300 people attended the evening mass at St.

University students respond to rising food-bank use

The number of Thunder Bay citizens using food banks has risen drastically in recent years. Now, a group of Lakehead University students is doing what it can to help meet the increasing demand.

Wilfred King joins city waterfront committee

The city’s waterfront development committee has announced its new member. Chief Wilfred King of Gull Bay First Nation will fill the spot which has been vacant since last November.

NAN heads to UN

A United Nations forum will have some regional voices in New York next week. Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief Stan Beardy and Deputy Grand Chief Les Louttit will participate in the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues April 19.

Lawrence Timko announces he will run at large

A longtime former member of Thunder Bay city council has had a change of plans about his plans for the upcoming municipal election in October.

Seatbelt blitz on

Buckle up, or pay up. It's the time of year when the OPP are cracking down on drivers and passengers for not wearing their seatbelts.
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