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Regional news from the municipalities and townships in the district of Thunder Bay

Bearskin partnership brings back Northern service

Bearskin partnership brings back Northern service

Bearskin Airlines announced Monday a strategic partnership with Winnipeg based Perimeter Aviation to re-introduce service between Thunder Bay and several First Nations communities north of Sioux Lookout. 
Multicultural Association awaits details on immigration plan

Multicultural Association awaits details on immigration plan

The Thunder Bay Multicultural Association is watching for details of the federal government's immigration plan.
Stay safe on the streets tonight

Stay safe on the streets tonight

The streets will fill with little ghouls and goblins Monday night. Here's how to keep safe during peak trick-or-treating hours.
MPAC officials visit Schreiber residents

MPAC officials visit Schreiber residents

Officials from MPAC discuss property assessments with residents in Schreiber. 
Opposition questions lack of Ring of Fire progress

Opposition questions lack of Ring of Fire progress

Ontario's Progressive Conservatives are questioning the province on a seeming lack of progress in the Ring of Fire
LHIN approves Kenora managed alcohol program

LHIN approves Kenora managed alcohol program

The North West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) in partnership with the Kenora Managed Alcohol Program (MAP) Advisory Committee, have determined the need for a MAP in the City of Kenora.
Rail maintenance leads to Greenstone road closure

Rail maintenance leads to Greenstone road closure

OPP Media Release Due to railway maintenance Picnic Point Road crossing in Longlac, Ontario, will be closed on Tuesday, October 25th, 2016, from approximately 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Watch out, that email may be a virus: OPP

Watch out, that email may be a virus: OPP

OPP Media Release (ORILLIA, ON) – Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) warn of the dangers presented by emails and certain attachments as part of its ongoing Cyber Security Awareness Month campaign.
Traffic stop leads to cocaine bust

Traffic stop leads to cocaine bust

A routine traffic stop Thursday led to the seizure of $15,000 worth of cocaine.
Thunder Bay Hydro explores merger

Thunder Bay Hydro explores merger

Thunder Bay Hydro announced Friday that it is exploring a possible merge with Kenora Hydro