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Cross border issues with Minnesota along with farming and forestry is on the agenda this week for Don Rusnak.   The Thunder Bay MP is in Washington D-C to meet with government and...

Post date: April 10, 2018

Three men are facing charges following a break in at a Geraldton house in which jewelry, money and a number of electronics were allegedly taken.  OPP say the two 18-year olds and one 28-...

Post date: April 10, 2018

Plumbing issues have forced the closure of Kakabeka Falls Public School.  The school board has already called parents and guardians to tell them about the early dismissal today.Buses took...

Post date: April 10, 2018

A 48-year old Thunder Bay man is the victim of the two vehicle crash that shut down the TransCanada highway for five hours.  Police say Jason Calder died after his pickup truck collided...

Post date: April 10, 2018

The Fort William Business Improvement Area is struggling with getting enough members together to vote on issues.   Vice Chair Shelby Ch'ng tells us they'll be asking their members...

Post date: April 10, 2018

The  decision on whether to approve a proposed gravel pit in Gorham Township is now in the hands of the Lakehead Rural Planning Board.  Chair Lucy Kloosterhuis tells us they have a...

Post date: April 10, 2018

Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford is in Thunder Bay tonight, continuing his Northwestern Ontario tour.   He was at the Domtar Mill in Dryden last night, adding northwestern Ontario residents are...

Post date: April 10, 2018

The Muskeg Express has been saved, as the city pledges to fix it with $50,000 from reserve funds. The move was unanimously approved at Monday night's City Council meeting. Councillor...

Post date: April 09, 2018

Nation-wide prescription coverage is a good idea in City Council's eyes. They voted last night to formally announce they agree with Unifor's call for a national pharmacare plan, which...

Post date: April 09, 2018

The city is honouring the victims of the fatal Humboldt Broncos bus crash. Speaking at City Council, Mayor Keith Hobbs says with hockey such a big part of many Canadians' lives, the tragedy...

Post date: April 09, 2018

A two-hour parking limit on Waverley Street is here to stay. Last night, city lawmakers decided that they'll keep the limit in place after reviewing how effective it's been over the past...

Post date: April 09, 2018

The Trans-Canada Highway west of the city is now  open. It was closed since the noon hour following a collision between a pick up truck and a tractor trailer on HIghway 11-17 near Finnmark...

Post date: April 09, 2018

A sting operation by conservation officers has cost a Nolalu man a big fine.Officials tell us they set up a deer decoy on some private property in O'Conner Township last November.As a result they...

Post date: April 09, 2018

The Trudeau government is announcing a broad plan to improve the economy in northern Ontario.The Minister of Innovation, Navdeep Bains, tells us this so called growth strategy involves encouraging...

Post date: April 09, 2018

A devastating mix-up in the Humboldt Broncos crash with the coroner in Saskatchewan misidentifying one of the victims.Xavier Labelle had been previously confirmed dead but is, in fact, alive while...

Post date: April 09, 2018

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