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A Northwestern Ontario woman took home first place in the Gunflint Mail Run dog sled race. Joanna Oberg from Ignace finished first in the 65-mile, eight-dog race over the weekend. Brian...

Post date: January 08, 2018

The owner of Frape and Son's Craft Distillary believes there are ways for business owners to pay the minimum wage increase, without cutting back employee hours.Justin Frape fully supports the...

Post date: January 08, 2018

East of Beardmore, Highway 11 is partly blocked at Highway 801 because of a collision. The eastbound lane is closed. The southbound lane of Highway 61 has been re-opened at the Rosslyn Road...

Post date: January 08, 2018

The industrial mercury pollution at the mouth of the Current River is causing great concern for the councillor in that ward. Andrew Foulds is demanding the site be identified by federal...

Post date: January 08, 2018

Paul Pugh is crossing his fingers for more money for flood prevention in the Intercity Area. McKellar Ward's Councillor says he's glad there's some flood prevention in the 2018...

Post date: January 08, 2018

If you purchased bread from Loblaw Corporation between 2001 and 2015, you are now able to register for for a $25 gift card, being offered by the Company.Loblaw recently admitted to a bread price...

Post date: January 08, 2018

The CEO of St. Joseph's Care Group is looking forward to March when many patients will move into the new 38 room rehabilitation east wing of St. Joe's hospital.  Tracy Buckler is...

Post date: January 08, 2018

The owner of the Bean Fiend coffee shop feels it's too early to tell how the minimum wage hike may affect business, but he's confident with his staff moving forward.    Brian...

Post date: January 08, 2018

Thunder Bay police and OPP say there are no collisions in town or on area highways.  No additional snow was added overnight from yesterday's latest dumping, with city streets still...

Post date: January 08, 2018

Victoria Avenue is getting a nearly one-million dollar makeover. Northwood Councillor Shelby Ch'ng explains it's one of her most anticipated projects for her ward in the 2018 budget....

Post date: January 07, 2018

The Great Lakes could be on the road to becoming a more popular destination for cruise ships. City Tourism Manager Paul Pepe indicates that's the feeling he came away with following a cruise...

Post date: January 07, 2018

Red River Ward's Councillor is happy about some proposed work in his ward this year. Brian McKinnon says the current draft of the budget includes more tree planting and trail upgrades for...

Post date: January 07, 2018

Patrick Brown and his Progressive Conservatives are in election mode. Brown released his platform in November, which came with a guarantee that if the promises were not accomplished in his first...

Post date: January 07, 2018

The 2018 budget sets aside money for roads, fighting the Emerald Ash Borer, and street lights on Chippewa Road, which makes Westfort's councillor glad. Road maintenance and rehabilitation...

Post date: January 07, 2018

A heads up if you'll be travelling towards Wawa. Highway 17 is closed in both directions from Wawa to Sault Ste. Marie due to poor road conditions. OPP can't say when the road will...

Post date: January 07, 2018

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