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Magnus prepares for revolutionary year

Magnus prepares for revolutionary year

Next year’s Magnus season has been announced, along with a few other changes coming to the local theatre company.
PSA: Curbside battery recycling bags arriving soon

PSA: Curbside battery recycling bags arriving soon

Thunder Bay residents will be receiving their 2017 Battery Recycling Bags between March 23 and March 29.
Chippewa Wildlife Exhibition needs more time

Chippewa Wildlife Exhibition needs more time

Friends of Chippewa Park are concerned that more than one-third of the animals housed there cannot be relocated.
Police Tweet-Along success

Police Tweet-Along success

Thunder Bay Police interact with up to 300 people during five-hour social media experiment last Friday night.
Family gathers for Sherman Quisses memorial

Family gathers for Sherman Quisses memorial

THUNDER BAY -- The family and community of murder victim Sherman Quisses came together on Monday for a memorial in his honour in Thunder Bay. Quisses was murdered at Thunder Bay Correctional Centre five years ago.
Police link body to missing man

Police link body to missing man

OPP say body found near vehicle belonging to Grant Tiboni, who went missing last September.
TBSO names Boshcoff interim executive director

TBSO names Boshcoff interim executive director

Symphony also names Linda Penner as its new board president.
Body discovered in Pass Lake: OPP

Body discovered in Pass Lake: OPP

Ontario Provincial Police found a body in Pass Lake Monday afternoon.
'All options are on the table' for Victoriaville

'All options are on the table' for Victoriaville

Options to maintain the Victoriaville Centre will be explored through an environmental assessment, whose original scope was restricted to its demolition.
Average property value up $40,000 since 2012

Average property value up $40,000 since 2012

Local property values increased 5.6 per cent per year between 2012 and 2016 but the councillor for the city's poorest ward worries his constituents will take on a greater share of the tax burden.