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There's more green energy on tap in the city. It comes from Thunder Bay Hydro at it's generating station on Mapleward Road. President Rob Mace says it comes in the form of methane gas from the city...

Post date: September 07, 2010

The Ontario Government is making it a little easier for parents to get their children involved in after school activities. The province is introducing legislation creating a tax credit for those...

Post date: September 07, 2010

Former CBC host Gerald Graham will be joining the fray for this year's municipal election. Graham retired in June after 25 years as a journalist in the city and will be up against 10 other candidates...

Post date: September 07, 2010

Thunder Bay's own Joe O'Blenis is the new record holder for the fastest paddling around Vancouver Island. The Kayaker made the trip in 16 days and 12 hours which beat the previous record by half a...

Post date: September 07, 2010

Thunder bay police have released the name of a woman who was found dead Friday at the Travelodge Hotel on West Arthur. She's been identified as Verna Patricia Sturgeon of Big Trout Lake.Police have...

Post date: September 06, 2010

Police arrested a man at the Thunder Bay Airport around 9:30 Saturday. They say it was in connection with a domestic dispute. They needed to use four officers in the arrest in case he refused to...

Post date: September 06, 2010

Errol Povah has been running and walking his way across Canada since he left Victoria, B.C . on May 31st. Povah says he's been traveling 42 kilometers a day on foot to raise money and create...

Post date: September 05, 2010

A Sudbury company is the winner of a 41.9 million dollar contract with the Ontario Government.  Teranorth Construction and Engineering will be improving a six kilometer stretch of highway from Hodder...

Post date: September 03, 2010

A Thunder Bay Man is riding his bike across Canada.  Harry Fediuk is taking on the cross country trek in honour of his 2 year old son, Braeden who has cancer.  He leaves Monday for Vancouver where he...

Post date: September 03, 2010

The Criminal Investigations Branch is investigating a homicide at the Travel Lodge. The murder investigation began just after 10 Friday morning when staff discovered a 30 year old woman dead in one...

Post date: September 03, 2010

There is now a two horse race in the Current River ward. Andy Wolff filed his nomination forms yesterday and will be taking on incumbent Andrew Foulds in Current River. Wolff says he thinks crime...

Post date: September 03, 2010

The Northern Ontario School of Medicine and OPSEU are heading back to the bargaining table. NOSM staff have been on strike since August 16th and are still picketing at the university. The talks will...

Post date: September 03, 2010

Bus services in Thunder Bay could halt in two weeks. The amalgamated transit union has announced a firm strike date of September 17th. Members voted 96 percent in favour of strike action Sunday....

Post date: September 03, 2010

Coal and Potash shipments are on the rebound according to the Thunder Bay Port Authority.  Overall the port has seen a drop of 8 percent so far this year mainly due to a decrease in grain shipments...

Post date: September 02, 2010

Thunder Bay Police are on the scene of a motor vehicle collission this afternoon.  Two vehicles are involved, and some injuries were reported.  It happened around the intersection of the Fort William...

Post date: September 02, 2010

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