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Man charged with stunt driving near Marathon

A Brampton man has been charged with stunt driving after being caught speeding outside of Marathon. An officer with the OPP was conducting radar enforcement when the driver was clocked going 154 km/h in a 90 km/h zone.

Thin ice means ice breaking could begin earlier than usual

The start if ice breaking on Lake Superior is just around the corner, and that has the Thunder Bay Port Authority getting prepared for shipping season. Harbour Master Guy Jarvis said they hope to get an ice breaker in as early as next Friday.
Transit tension

Transit tension

Tim Hudak’s call for more subways in Toronto is meant to make Premier Dalton McGuinty look like an idiot a local union leader says.

College holds annual summer job fair

Summer is just around the corner, and Confederation College is looking to help students find the perfect job for the season.
Fatal revelation

Fatal revelation

An apparent fatal overdose of another opiate while coming off OxyContin has forced doctors to rethink the amount they should give to patients.

Speedy driver crashes through construction site, over snowbank and into building

City police have laid several charges against a man following a bizarre incident early Tuesday morning. Officials with the Thunder Bay Police Service say the man was driving at a high-rate of speed around 1 a.m.
Terminal price tag

Terminal price tag

A new centralized bus terminal would cost the city up to $7 million.
Council approves budget , adds small reduction

Council approves budget , adds small reduction

In a move some councillors thought was more ideological than cost cutting, city council passed a last-minute amendment that will save the average tax payer three dollars in this year’s approved budget. Coun.

Council approves waterfront changes, woman says treatment of developers unfair

The city is treating some developers differently a waterfront opponent says.

Travelling diversity art exhibit arrives at city hall

A travelling art show that aims to combat racism is now on display at Thunder Bay City Hall. The 16 works of art depict well-known Canadians and their diverse backgrounds.
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