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Tickets now on sale for Luncheon of Hope

The Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation will celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the TBayTel Luncheon of Hope next month.
Relief fund clarity

Relief fund clarity

Landlords affected by the May flooding disaster may not qualify for assistance from the Disaster Relief Fund .
Officers found guilty

Officers found guilty

THUNDER BAY – Two of the three city police officers charged with misconduct have been found guilty under the Police Services Act.
Delta confirmed

Delta confirmed

THUNDER BAY – The city’s worst kept secret has been revealed– Delta Hotels and Resorts will be the waterfront hotelier.
Catholic school board exceeds provincial standards, public board lags behind

Catholic school board exceeds provincial standards, public board lags behind

Once again Lakehead Public Schools is lagging behind other Ontario school boards when it comes to proficiency in reading, writing and mathematics.
Assault scene

Assault scene

Police in Thunder Bay have two people in custody after alleged assault against a 15- and 16-year-old girl. Investigators were called to a bushy area behind Wentworth Crescent on Tuesday night just before 11 p.m.
Political pressure: Public meeting looks at closure of interim-care facility

Political pressure: Public meeting looks at closure of interim-care facility

Fear has kept residents and workers from voicing out against the decision to close down a local nursing home, says the director of the Ontario Health Coalition.
Scene of the crash

Scene of the crash

It was an emotional day in court for the family of Jasmine Veneruzzo as details were discussed about the fatal collision that took her life. The criminal negligence causing death trial against OPP Sgt. Darryl Storey continued Tuesday afternoon.

City has active August for housing starts: CMHC report

THUNDER BAY – The city experienced another active month on the housing starts front. According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, the month of August saw a significant increase in new home builds.
Passing grade: Infrastructure survey concludes city has 'fair’ roads

Passing grade: Infrastructure survey concludes city has 'fair’ roads

A national survey on infrastructures has given Thunder Bay and other municipalities a passing grade.
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