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NAN leaders call for jurisdiction over land and children <b>(3 photos)</b>

NAN leaders call for jurisdiction over land and children (3 photos)

The Nishnawbe Aski Nation Chiefs Fall Assembly opened in Thunder Bay and child welfare and education are the top priorities for NAN leaders and chiefs.
Driver charged after high-speed pursuit on wrong side of twinned highway

Driver charged after high-speed pursuit on wrong side of twinned highway

Suspect charged with dangerous operation of vehicle, arson.
Police arrest 10 after multiple drug busts

Police arrest 10 after multiple drug busts

Raids yield quantities of fentanyl, cocaine, Oxycodone and more than $23,000 in cash.
<b>Video:</b> November 12, 2018: Brodie Street murder

Video: November 12, 2018: Brodie Street murder

November 12, 2018: Brodie Street murder
Two people jailed for abandoning cats and kittens <b>(3 photos)</b>

Two people jailed for abandoning cats and kittens (3 photos)

Animals were found crammed into a dog crate.
Police continue to investigate south side homicide

Police continue to investigate south side homicide

City police are asking the public for any information that could assist investigators.
Student bridges put to the test <b>(2 photos)</b>

Student bridges put to the test (2 photos)

Confederation College student bridges were put to the test in Design-Build Competition.
Ministry denies constructive dismissal and discrimination allegations of former Crown attorney

Ministry denies constructive dismissal and discrimination allegations of former Crown attorney

The Ministry of the Attorney General denies claims in the lawsuit filed by former Crown attorney, Daniel Mitchell, who alleges he was constructively dismissed following a suspension and investigation into allegations of sexual harassment
Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

A professional activity day is scheduled this Friday for both school boards.
New city council appears likely to opt in to private cannabis storefronts

New city council appears likely to opt in to private cannabis storefronts

Six incoming councillors say they intend to allow privatized cannabis retail in Thunder Bay while two others would support storefronts if they're structured and regulated.