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Creating a strategy

Creating a strategy

A national charity needs the help of its staff and volunteers to develop a new strategic plan.

Snowmobile collision claims life

A snowmobiling crash has claimed a life in Northwestern Ontario. The incident took place on Tuesday south of Ear Falls.

Cambrian Improv Club preparing for comedy camp

Drew Carey and friends better look out. The Cambrian Improv Club is bringing a improvisation, comedy and storytelling camp to Thunder Bay just in time for March Break.

Two vehicles burned, arson suspected

City police and firefighters responded to a pair of vehicle fires early Wednesday morning. Thunder Bay Police Service officials say the first vehicle fire was reported just after midnight in the 100 block of Bethune Street.
Marten Falls blockade set for Thursday, chief says

Marten Falls blockade set for Thursday, chief says

With time on his side, Marten Falls First Nation Chief Eli Moonias says preventing planes from landing near the Ring of Fire development is his best leverage to force proper consultation to take place.

OPP constable testifies during Day 2 of inquest

More testimony was heard Tuesday at the inquest into the June 2009 OPP shooting death of a man near Pickle Lake. The inquiry is looking into the circumstances surrounding the death of Peterborough's Levi Schaeffer.

Total co-operation key in getting Ring of Fire production underway by 2015

The province, mining companies and First Nation communities have a lot of work to do if they want Ring of Fire development to begin by 2015, says Ontario’s Ring of Fire co-ordinator.
Pride exposed

Pride exposed

The lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community still faces many challenges when it comes to homophobia, said Robin Cooper.

AbitibiBowater announces shutdown at Fort Frances mill

Workers at the AbitibiBowater mill in Fort Frances are facing more time off the job. The company announced its halting production at the pulp and paper mill for two weeks, beginning March 28. Poor market conditions have been blamed for the shutdown.


The province isn’t favouring Sudbury over Thunder Bay, and Mayor Keith Hobbs likely misunderstood Ontario’s energy plans, the energy minister said Tuesday.
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