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In regional news, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Treasury Metals has resigned. Chris Stewart is leaving the company this month for an executive role with a global intermediate gold...

Post date: August 05, 2018

Rain in the forecast is expected to help calm the forest fire situation somewhat. That's according to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, who are crossing their fingers the...

Post date: August 05, 2018

Business owners in Thunder Bay are telling the local Chamber of Commerce the cost of doing business is going up, since the rise of minimum wage to $14 per hour in January. President Charla...

Post date: August 05, 2018

If you are planning on going out this weekend, make sure you have a safe way home. OPP are going to have increased patrol over the long weekend on both roadways and water ways. Sergeant...

Post date: August 04, 2018

Much of the business community appears to be pleased the City has decided to hold off on making a decision on a new sign by-law that will govern the use of advertisements and billboards. ...

Post date: August 04, 2018

With the long weekend upon us, the Ministry of Natural Resources is keeping an eye on the forest fire hazard. Fire Information Officer Chris Marchand tells us they have strained resources but...

Post date: August 04, 2018

A heads-up about a watermain break at the intersection of Strathcona Avenue and Arundel Street. The city's Sewer and Water department tells us they will be closing the road in that area for...

Post date: August 03, 2018

A private members bill to anchor portable soccer nets has been introduced in the Ontario Legislature.Garrett's Legacy Act was named in memory of Garrett Mills, who was killed by a goal post that...

Post date: August 03, 2018

Two moose hunters from southern Ontario have been fined for hunting violations in the Red Lake area. Terry Petropoulos of Markham has been ordered to pay $4,200 for hunting a bull moose without...

Post date: August 03, 2018

A 40 year old man is charged with assault with a weapon after an off duty officer intervened in a fight between three men.The officer was in the Northwood Plaza parking lot and saw a man threatening...

Post date: August 03, 2018

A major investment has been made to help remote First Nations get online with new or improved high-speed Internet access.The federal government announced just over 7-million dollars in funding today...

Post date: August 03, 2018

A 25-year old woman from Sioux Lookout is facing charges after falling on some CN rail tracks.  OPP got the call early Wednesday evening, about reports of an intoxicated woman who had...

Post date: August 03, 2018

Yet another recall by the Canada Food Inspection Agency.The Great Little Harbour Seafood Company Ltd. is recalling Oysters because of possible salmonella contamination.The Oysters come in packages of...

Post date: August 03, 2018

The charity Our Kids Count is holding a food drive today and tomorrow.   Spokesperson Gladys Berringer notes the organization is looking for donations of non perishable food and personal...

Post date: August 03, 2018

There is still no plan in place on how the mercury contamination at the mouth of the Current River will be cleaned.  Roger Santiago of Environment Canada is spearheading the project and...

Post date: August 03, 2018

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