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September 13, 2019: Campaign begins <b>(Northwest Newsweek)</b>

September 13, 2019: Campaign begins (Northwest Newsweek)

September 13, 2019: Campaign begins
United Way wants to make social issues #unignorable

United Way wants to make social issues #unignorable

Annual campaign breakfast shuns monetary goals in favour of starting a community conversation about the issues plaguing Thunder Bay.
Assault with a hockey stick leads to arrest

Assault with a hockey stick leads to arrest

An altercation in a Dryden parking lot turned violent.
Community Clothing Assistance in desperate need of new roof

Community Clothing Assistance in desperate need of new roof

Open house will be held on Friday, organization looking to raise $138,000 to cover costs of repair.
<b>Video:</b> September 16, 2019: Water crisis

Video: September 16, 2019: Water crisis

September 16, 2019: Water crisis
Police find missing 21-year-old

Police find missing 21-year-old

Missing 21-year-old located safely.
Expert advises vigilance for blue-green algae in Thunder Bay-area lakes (2 Photos)

Expert advises vigilance for blue-green algae in Thunder Bay-area lakes (2 Photos)

Greg Ross advises caution despite negative results of recent toxin tests.
Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Mainly cloudy. 30 per cent chance of drizzle in the morning. Fog patches dissipating near noon. High 24 °C.
Lakehead attracting out-of-town students to make up for regional demographic challenges

Lakehead attracting out-of-town students to make up for regional demographic challenges

More than half – 56 per cent – of students at the university's Thunder Bay campus come from outside of Northwestern Ontario.
LUSU hopeful students chose to opt-in to pay fees

LUSU hopeful students chose to opt-in to pay fees

The Student Choice Initiative developed by Ontario Government gives students a choice to opt-in or opt-out of paying ancillary fees, but Lakehead University Student Union officials say it could result in a loss of services and programs if not enough students agree to pay the fees