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A new voting machine will make it easier for people with disabilities to cast their ballot during the municipal election. The City unveiled the unit at city hall yesterday. The machines cost between...

Post date: September 01, 2010

Richard Harvey needed two tries but he was finally chosen as the conservative representative for Thunder Bay Superior North at yesterday's party nomination meeting. Harvey lost last year to Michael...

Post date: September 01, 2010

The Nishnawbe Aski Nation plans to voice their concern about the far north act at Queen's Park this fall.  Grand Chief Stan Beardy says they'll be holding a rally once the legislature resumes. ...

Post date: August 31, 2010

They say Yogi is smarter then the average bear but he may now have some competition. A bear was seen this morning camped out near the Welcome to Dryden sign, on the east end of Town. The Ministry of...

Post date: August 31, 2010

The Minister of Tourism says the naysayers who were against the province's new regional tourism zones are now on board.  Michael Chan says he had a chance to dispell their fears during a recent visit...

Post date: August 31, 2010

Federal, provincial and territorial ministers are meeting in Thunder Bay today.  The Focus North forum will tackle the region's social, economic and fiscal issues.  Minister of Northern Development...

Post date: August 31, 2010

The small business community is apparently not happy with city council. A new survey by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business says businesses in Thunder Bay feel council isn't meeting their...

Post date: August 31, 2010

The Progressive Conservatives are not a fan of the Ontario government's local health integration networks. PC Democratic Reform Critic Steve Clark says so much money was wasted by the Northwest LHIN...

Post date: August 31, 2010

There are more pricing issues for the city's waterfront development project. The tenders for two landscaping projects came in over budget. The work on Pier three will be put off to next year after...

Post date: August 31, 2010

Second World War naval veterans were honoured yesterday with the reintroduction of Paterson park. The Paterson Sailors Memorial monument was unvieled at 1918 Yonge Street and honours 6 Paterson...

Post date: August 31, 2010

Just one person made a deputation in favour of the city's comprehensive zoning by-law, while many were against it. Peter Kuzak spoke against the proposed legislation that he calls a moving target....

Post date: August 30, 2010

There seems to be one major sticking point in the proposed comprehensive zoning by-law.  Councillor Larry Hebert says many people are concerned about the new enivronmental protection and overlay...

Post date: August 30, 2010

The City of Thunder Bay's new zoning by-law continues to be under construction.  Administration provided an update to council on Monday night on the legislation in process.  The new comprehensive...

Post date: August 30, 2010

City council tackled a number of zoning issues at Monday night's meeting. The owner of a home based day care centre wants to expand her business. The day care on Glengary Drive currently holds five...

Post date: August 30, 2010

The City of Thunder Bay is rezoning a piece of property in the downtown area to allow for more parking.  The property owners want to knock down a house on Marks Street South to expand the commercial...

Post date: August 30, 2010

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