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Police caution public about unlicensed lotteries and raffles on social media

Police caution public about unlicensed lotteries and raffles on social media

The unlicensed lotteries and raffles may be fraudulent, police warn.
Law Society extends provisional suspension of Chris Watkins

Law Society extends provisional suspension of Chris Watkins

Lawyer must abide by rules for lawyers who are suspended or who have agreed not to practise
Injured workers weary in wake of provincial cuts

Injured workers weary in wake of provincial cuts

Privatization of the compensation system would be another step towards business incentive, group president says.
Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Mainly sunny.
Mauro fights back against city's national reputation

Mauro fights back against city's national reputation

Mayor defends standing up against outside perception of Thunder Bay, signals intention to champion indoor multi-purpose sports centre.
Nault intends to seek re-election in Kenora

Nault intends to seek re-election in Kenora

Nault defeated former Ontario NDP leader Howard Hampton and Conservative cabinet minister Greg Rickford in 2015.
Study to look at women’s experiences reporting sexual assault to police

Study to look at women’s experiences reporting sexual assault to police

Researchers with Lakehead University are conducting interviews with women who have reported incidents of sexual assault to police which were then deemed unfounded
Community centres to choose governance models

Community centres to choose governance models

Review was conducted to address declining volunteer participation and reduce risk to volunteer associations and the city.
Inquest into 2014 in-custody death postponed

Inquest into 2014 in-custody death postponed

Don Mamakwa, 44, died while in police custody in 2014 and the province's Special Investigations Unit ruled police may have dismissed a health issue too hastily.
New Thunder Bay public school poised to get the same name as another school

New Thunder Bay public school poised to get the same name as another school

The independent Northern Lights School already operates in the city and its board chair objects to the use of a similar name by the public school board.