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Anti-smoking campaign targets movies

Anti-smoking campaign targets movies

If successful, movies depicting tobacco use would face at least an 18A rating, making it more difficult for youth to see them in theatres.
Racism and discrimination survey launched

Racism and discrimination survey launched

Organizers hopeful survey can provide a snapshot in time in Thunder Bay and spur change in a city fraught by racism.
Credit Coach: Taking control of your finances with a budget

Credit Coach: Taking control of your finances with a budget

Are your finances controlling you? Budgeting basics, organization, a strategy and time will help you take back control over your finances.
UPDATE: OPP locate two missing teens

UPDATE: OPP locate two missing teens

Two girls reported missing Thursday have been located safely: OPP
Traffic stop leads to drug charges

Traffic stop leads to drug charges

A traffic stop in Dryden has resulted in some drug charges for two locals.
Governments consider unique Matawa broadband project

Governments consider unique Matawa broadband project

Matawa First Nations are seeking "special considerations" for a uniquely remote broadband connectivity project whose construction is valued at $70 million.
Was Trump's rise fuelled by Ghostbusters controversy?

Was Trump's rise fuelled by Ghostbusters controversy?

Two Lakehead English professors see similarities between the rise of Donald Trump and the online slamming of the Ghostbusters all-female reboot last summer.
NWO First Nations drop injunction bid against pipeline work

NWO First Nations drop injunction bid against pipeline work

A motion for an injunction against TransCanada for pipeline work in NW Ontario has been dropped, but a lawsuit will continue.
More teachers looking north for jobs

More teachers looking north for jobs

Lakehead University education students explore growing job opportunities in Northern Ontario communities.
Health Unit delivers first-ever food safety A grade

Health Unit delivers first-ever food safety A grade

The Health Unit's new food safety grading system for local restaurants has officially launched.