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OPP looking for missing Fort Frances area youth

Officers with the Rainy River District Detachment of the are investigating reports of a missing youth from the Fort Frances area. Adrianna Copenance, 13, of Big Grassy First Nation has been reported missing by family.

Area’s jobless rate dips in February

According to Statistics Canada, there were fewer people looking for work last month in the Thunder Bay area. The most recent figures were released by Statistics Canada show the jobless rate for February dipped to 5.6 per cent.
St. Joseph’s Care Group building gets green designation

St. Joseph’s Care Group building gets green designation

The Sister Margaret Smith Centre is saving $80,000 per year in operating costs because of energy-saving initiatives.
City reveals 100K club

City reveals 100K club

The number of Thunder Bay Fire and Rescue officials making more than $100,000 has jumped by more than 100 people, something the city’s manager is calling an anomaly.

Exhibit highlights the impact residential schools still have on youth

They've been closed for decades, but residential schools are still having a significant impact on Aboriginal youth in this country.
Bold prediction

Bold prediction

Anyone in the region who wants to work will have a job over the next decade, says the city’s mayor.
Police seize Oxycodone, cocaine in cash during hotel raid

Police seize Oxycodone, cocaine in cash during hotel raid

City police have arrested and charged three people following an Oxycodone bust early Thursday morning. Officials with the Thunder Bay Police Service say officers from the city’s guns and gangs unit raided a south-side motel just before 1 a.m.
Choosing charities

Choosing charities

Rotary House Lottery organizers are erring on the side of caution this year as they select what community groups will be on the receiving end of the 26th annual charity project.
Teen charged after showing off air-soft gun at school

Teen charged after showing off air-soft gun at school

A 15-year-old boy is facing charges following a gun scare at a Thunder Bay High School.

Water main fixed, corrosion confirmed as cause of break

Traffic is back to normal along Central Avenue after a Wednesday morning water main break near Ballpark Road. Supervisor for Water and Sewer North Gerald Luty said the final customer affected had service back by by 11 p.m. Wednesday.
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