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The federal Liberals remain the most popular party in Canada, according to the latest Nanos research poll.  The survey shows the Liberals with 40.9% support, followed by the Conservatives...

Post date: January 10, 2018

Thunder Bay is getting $2,000,000 from this year’s share of the government gas tax fund. Transit Manager Brad Loroff says he’s thrilled to use the money to improve the vital service...

Post date: January 10, 2018

In spite of a Special Weather Statement still in effect, looks like Thunder Bay may be spared the worst of the incoming snow tonight and tomorrow, with about 10-15cms expected.  Environment...

Post date: January 10, 2018

Clean up continues on highway 17 just west of the Kakabeka Falls bridge after a transport truck flipped over.  OPP say it happened around 1am, when the driver lost control.They report minor...

Post date: January 10, 2018

Wages at changes to outside boards make up one of the biggest increases in Thunder Bay's 2018 budget. As part of budget talks last night, city spokesperson Lauren Paradis tells City Council...

Post date: January 09, 2018

The province's civilian police watchdog says no criminal charges are warranted against an OPP officer after an incident in Pikangikum First Nation in October of 2016.That's where a 43 year...

Post date: January 09, 2018

The pressure on Lynn Beyak to resign from the Senate is taking a new twist.First Nation leaders have launched an online petition calling for her to step down. Beyakresign.ca has a brief history...

Post date: January 09, 2018

Our community is seeing more cases of the flu pop up. The latest is a wing of St. Joseph's Hospital.Other facilities in the community battling the bug include Pinewood Court and Roseview...

Post date: January 09, 2018
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A 22 year old Summer Beaver man is going to jail for ten years after pleading guilty to manslaughter.It's in relation to the 2014 stabbing death of 20 year old Dennis Franklin Cromarty High...

Post date: January 09, 2018

There's big concerns over the major ice build up at the mouth of the Current River at Fisherman's Park.Ward Councillor Andrew Foulds tells us he has seen the problem and is shocked. ...

Post date: January 09, 2018

Soccer Northwest wants to build a new facility at Chapples, and will be asking city council for money.Michael Veneziale appears before council Monday night, armed with plenty of research in this spot...

Post date: January 09, 2018

In a surprise move, the president of Confederation College has decided to call it quits at the end of this year. Even though he has several years left on his contract, Jim Madder says he's...

Post date: January 09, 2018

You can now send in your nominations for the 2018 Citizens of Exceptional Achievement awards.  Award Chair Ollie Sawchuck explains who is eligable to be nominated.   "...

Post date: January 09, 2018

Lakehead University is hosting a workshop to help you understand personal debt and how to address it. It's at six o'clock tonight at the PACI building in room 2002. Organizers say...

Post date: January 09, 2018

The police budget is now ready for approval by city council.Acting Chief Sylvie Hauth hopes councillors say yes to the operational side which is up one per cent from last year at $40.7 million.She...

Post date: January 09, 2018

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