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Man pleads guilty to firearm charges for shooting at stranger

Man pleads guilty to firearm charges for shooting at stranger

Denne Beardy pleaded guilty to firearm charges for shooting at a stranger with a handgun while intoxicated in downtown Port Arthur.
Police peer support program seeing more members reaching out

Police peer support program seeing more members reaching out

The Peer Support and Service Wellness program at the Thunder Bay Police Service assists first responders in addressing stress and mental health challenges both on and off the job
Chief Darcy Fleury reflects on one year at helm of police service

Chief Darcy Fleury reflects on one year at helm of police service

Fleury began his tenure with the Thunder Bay Police Service one year ago and said he will continue to focus on rebuilding trust within the service and community.
Lindsey Coyle ordered to pay damages to the Fletcher family

Lindsey Coyle ordered to pay damages to the Fletcher family

Coyle is currently serving a two-year sentence after pleading guilty to criminal negligence causing death for altering medication records of Hermina Fletcher, a patient at La Verendrye Hospital in 2015, to steal morphine.
Former TBPS lawyer makes first court appearance

Former TBPS lawyer makes first court appearance

Holly Walbourne was charged by the Ontario Provincial Police last month with obstructing a public or peace officer, breach of trust, and three counts of obstruction of justice.
Injured great grey owl taken in by local wildlife rescuer

Injured great grey owl taken in by local wildlife rescuer

A great grey owl found with a broken wing near Webequie First Nation arrived in Thunder Bay and will be taken to a vet by Thunderbird Wildlife Rescue to determine the extent of its injuries and if it can be rehabilitated
City council approves affordable rental housing funding program

City council approves affordable rental housing funding program

The affordable housing funding program is expected to result in 38 new affordable rental housing units built in the city in 2024 and more than 600 by 2027.
Sylvie Hauth makes first court appearance

Sylvie Hauth makes first court appearance

Former Thunder Bay Police Service chief Sylvie Hauth was charged by the OPP with one count of obstructing a public or peace officer, one count of breach of trust, and two counts of obstruction of justice.
Simon and Garfunkel Story offers wonderful trip down memory lane

Simon and Garfunkel Story offers wonderful trip down memory lane

The Simon and Garfunkel Story takes fans through the story and music of the iconic 1960s folk duo.
New judge ready to take on ‘huge responsibility’

New judge ready to take on ‘huge responsibility’

A swearing-in ceremony was held for Stephen Wojciechowski, the newest judge appointed to the Superior Court of Justice.
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