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Train hits pedestrian

Train hits pedestrian

A man is in hospital after being struck by a train Monday afternoon. The man was spotted by a passing train near the Marina Park overpass just before 2:30 p.m.

Rooming house owner will not be forced to shut down

The owner of two rooming homes in Thunder Bay says reports of a shutdown are highly exaggerated. Robert Silvester runs lodging in the former Odd Fella's Temple on South May Street and another site on Park Avenue.

DSSAB making open call to artists

The Thunder Bay District Social Services Administrative Board is inviting local and regional artists to submit an expression of interest to produce new work for a wall in the client services area of the new DSSAB building.

Vehicle not the greatest bar, Kenora man learns

A Kenora man learned Sunday that the seat of a vehicle doesn’t make a good bar stool. Kenora detachment OPP officers received reports of a man drinking beer in his parked vehicle in a downtown Kenora parking lot around 3 p.m. Sunday.
Police looking for SUV driver after Memorial Avenue hit and run

Police looking for SUV driver after Memorial Avenue hit and run

Police are on the hunt for an alleged hit-and-run offender who ran over a man lying on Memorial Avenue outside Wendy's Restaurant.
Reaching for the top

Reaching for the top

Will Gregorash reached for the top with the first Climbing for the Cure fundraising event. About 30 registered to climb in the inaugural Climb for the Cure fundraising event in support of the Alzheimer’s Society.
Spring forward: Late for work? Blame the clocks

Spring forward: Late for work? Blame the clocks

Thunder Bay residents will be getting one hour less of sleep this morning. The clocks rolled forward one hour for Daylight Savings Time official at 2 a.m. Sunday.
Photographs of suspected Mac's robber released by police

Photographs of suspected Mac's robber released by police

Police have released photographs of the suspect involved in a pair of armed convenience store robberies over the weekend.
Living on

Living on

Incest survivor Jocelyn Iahtail can say she loves herself. There was a time when the 43-year-old mother of three wasn’t able to do that.
Is a federal bill asking Canadians to forfeit their freedom?

Is a federal bill asking Canadians to forfeit their freedom?

A federal bill that aims to protect children from Internet predators has reignited a debate of public safety versus a citizen’s rights and freedoms.
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