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VIDEO: City council walks back minimum one-hour parking price

VIDEO: City council walks back minimum one-hour parking price

Border Cats rained out, will play three on Wednesday

Border Cats rained out, will play three on Wednesday

Thunder Bay and Waterloo will resume play at 11:05 a.m., take a half-an-hour break and play the first half of a scheduled doubleheader, which they'll complete on Wednesday night.
Neebing retreat expands to include a June offering

Neebing retreat expands to include a June offering

The Blue Sky Community Healing Centre and Niibing Tribal Tours, which are located on 356 Little Trout Bay Road in Neebing, will be playing host to the Ode’imin Giizis Strawberry Moon Retreat from June 20-24.
OPP honours police veterans

OPP honours police veterans

According to a Facebook post, the star of the show was 98-year-old Jerry Watson, who cut the cake.
Text messages about unpaid parking fines are a scam

Text messages about unpaid parking fines are a scam

'These are scam texts,' manager of Thunder Bay's parking authority warns.
OPP investigate sudden death on Whitesand First Nation

OPP investigate sudden death on Whitesand First Nation

A post-mortem will be conducted on the body of 38-year-old Stacey Shapwaykeesic in Toronto.
No timeline change for selecting nuclear waste site

No timeline change for selecting nuclear waste site

“Our plan was always to make the decision by the end of this calendar year,” said a nuclear organization’s spokesperson.
Council approves rezoning at Intercity Shopping Centre for library

Council approves rezoning at Intercity Shopping Centre for library

The move could cost the City of Thunder Bay $220,000 in lost tax revenue per year.
Wild weather continues to hit Northwestern Ontario

Wild weather continues to hit Northwestern Ontario

Environment Canada has issued a tornado warning for Northwestern Ontario.
Coalition hears concerns over the state of public health care

Coalition hears concerns over the state of public health care

Ontarians had a chance to voice their opinions on the state of health care in the province through a travelling panel by the Ontario Health Coalition.
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