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What to do?

What to do?

The city has a lot of land along the Kaministiqua River and is looking for the public’s help on how to use it.

OPP seize $15K worth of Oxy

Police seized nearly $15,000 worth of Oxycodone pills following two searches in Sioux Lookout.

Highway plans worry residents

Shuniah residents are expressing concerns over the plans for the proposed four-laning of Highway 11/17 from Mackenzie to Birch Beach Road.

Pioneer Ridge outbreak now facility-wide

Health Unit officials say a gastrointestinal illness at Pioneer Ridge is now affecting the entire facility. All admissions, transfers, discharges and social activities have been canceled until further notice.

Nurses, students learn leadership skills

A group of Thunder Bay nurses and future nurses are learning how to become better leaders in their work place. Officials with the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario say leadership is an important part of their practice.

Former dealership employee charged with fraud

Charges have been laid following the uncovering of financial irregularities at a local auto dealership. Officials with Badanai Motors contacted police after discovering discrepancies in their financial records.
Wind-farm fight continues

Wind-farm fight continues

An activist group opposed to a Neebing wind farm says the city needs to block the controversial project and stop using the province as a scapegoat.
Waiting for news

Waiting for news

Jean Olibris is an optimist. He hasn’t heard from his family in Haiti since a devastating earthquake, measuring 7.0 in magnitude, rocked a portion of the Caribbean island, killing as many as 200,000.
Desire for dialogue

Desire for dialogue

Mike, a young Marten Falls man, chopped wood, built camps and hauled supplies to the eastern shore of Koper Lake late into Tuesday night in hopes that he’ll one day get a job.

Natural gas prices, bills take big dip

A significant drop in commodity prices for natural gas due to the recession has left many locals with dramatically smaller gas bills this winter. That has created a perfect storm, say officials with Union Gas.
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