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Two more communities sign on to Wataynikanayep Power project

Two more communities sign on to Wataynikanayep Power project

Mishkeegogamang First Nation and Ojibway Nation of Sagueen bring the number of participants to 24.
<b>Video:</b> January 17, 2019: No protection

Video: January 17, 2019: No protection

January 17, 2019: No protection
<b>Video:</b> Suspect sought in Circle K robbery

Video: Suspect sought in Circle K robbery

Police are looking for one suspect after Circle K robbery on Jan. 14.
Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Wind chill near -32C. Risk of frostbite.
<b>TGIF:</b> Win $100 Gift Card from Great Canadian Car Wash and Oil Change

TGIF: Win $100 Gift Card from Great Canadian Car Wash and Oil Change

City budget being refined as council awaits options for cuts

City budget being refined as council awaits options for cuts

City administration had been directed to provide options to reduce or eliminate $3.15 million in proposed spending.
Update: Lakehead, Confederation College support tuition-fee cuts

Update: Lakehead, Confederation College support tuition-fee cuts

School acknowledges lower revenues will pose challenges for northern schools.
Lakehead board mulls impact of more trucks through Kakabeka <b>(3 Photos)</b>

Lakehead board mulls impact of more trucks through Kakabeka (3 Photos)

Kakabeka public school is located beside the highway
Human remains found on Victoria Island identified

Human remains found on Victoria Island identified

Human remains found on Victoria Island last summer have been identified.
State of emergency declared in Cat Lake First Nation

State of emergency declared in Cat Lake First Nation

Band says 87 homes recommended for demolition in a community of about 500.