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Sexual assault charges dismissed against Zaitzeff

Sexual assault charges dismissed against Zaitzeff

Lawyer still facing charges of both assault and sexual assault and is scheduled to be in court again in April.
Pension security concerns raised to federal government

Pension security concerns raised to federal government

Potential reduction in Sears Canada pensions the latest example of the need for pensioners to be granted super-priority status, according to CARP.
Two-vehicle collision closes Dawson Road

Two-vehicle collision closes Dawson Road

A two-vehicle collision led to the closure of Dawson Road.
February 20, 2018: Absence Report <b>Video</b>

February 20, 2018: Absence Report Video

February 20, 2018: Absence Report
Province finds "risk of harm" at NW Ontario long-term care home

Province finds "risk of harm" at NW Ontario long-term care home

Minister of Health issues warning to Riverside Health Care
Good morning, Thunder Bay!

Good morning, Thunder Bay!

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Mulroney brings PC leadership bid to Thunder Bay

Mulroney brings PC leadership bid to Thunder Bay

Caroline Mulroney makes the first visit to Thunder Bay by an Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership hopeful.
Three snowmobilers injured in weekend collisions

Three snowmobilers injured in weekend collisions

Accidents occurred in Shabaqua and Schreiber areas
City councillors achieve at least 80% attendance

City councillors achieve at least 80% attendance

Councillor says job is more "than just showing up for a meeting"
SIU terminates investigation into man falling from roof

SIU terminates investigation into man falling from roof

Police watchdog concludes the man suffered the injuries as a result of his own actions.