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It's a done deal. The Toronto Transit Commission has excercised its option to purchase 186 more subway cars that will be built at Thunder Bay's Bombardier plant. Those cars are in addition to the 234...

Post date: May 06, 2010

One woman is recovering from smoke inhalation after a fire on the city's north side. It took place at 620 Harold Street at around 1:30 Thursday afternoon. District Chief David Long says it appears...

Post date: May 06, 2010

It was a very successful day for McHappy day. McDonald's spokesperson Kathy Bukovy says Thunder Bay restaurants raised 14 thousand, 656 dollars yesterday through the sales of Happy Meals and Big Macs...

Post date: May 06, 2010

There is a shortage of regular gasoline in Thunder Bay. In one case the Canadian Tire gas bar at the Thunder Centre ran out of fuel Wednesday but is now back in business. A spokesperson for Suncor, ...

Post date: May 06, 2010

Bruce Hyer's climate change bill has passed third reading in the House of Commons. The Thunder Bay MP has set out timelines for the government to reduce greenhouse gases. Hyer knows the Harper...

Post date: May 06, 2010

The Toronto Transit Commission is expected to rubber stamp 400 million dollars worth of work for Thunder Bay's Bombardier plant. The TTC is going to vote Thursday on allowing the plant to build an...

Post date: May 05, 2010

The MVP of the Premier Development Soccer League in 2008 is coming back.  The Thunder Bay Chill have announced the return of Gustavo Oliveira for the 2010 season.  Oliveira is most famous for scoring...

Post date: May 05, 2010

The city wants your input on a possible new multi-plex arena facility. According to City Manager Tim Commisso it would be able to seat 5 to 7 thouand people and cost in the range of 50 to 60 million...

Post date: May 05, 2010

A Thunder Bay cabbie has his vehicle back after it was stolen in a armed robbery yesterday. The driver picked up a fair at Westfort Foods around 4 pm. The suspect eventually pulled a knife on the...

Post date: May 05, 2010

The city wide fire ban is about to be lifted. Deputy Fire Chief Greg Hankkio says it will take effect as of 5 o'clock today. He says the 11 millimetres of rain that was received overnight was enough...

Post date: May 05, 2010

It's McHappy Day at all McDonald's Restaurants in the city.   It means that one dollar from every Egg McMuffin, Big Mac and Happy Meal sold today goes towards Ronald McDonald House in Toronto.   ...

Post date: May 05, 2010

A family visiting from southern Ontario is relieved after a near drowning in the Kam River. Fire Service Platoon Chief Joe Grzelewksi says the incident took place  around 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon...

Post date: May 04, 2010

The citys' top Navy official is praising the young people who use the BMX-skateboard facility at Marina Park. Lieutenant-Commander John Bell says there were fears the kids might desecrate the nearby...

Post date: May 04, 2010

A Prince Edward Island company is the citys' newest employer. OLS will be setting up its' inbound call centre at Victoriaville Mall. Its' President Ross Beattie says our city was chosen out of 10...

Post date: May 04, 2010

The McGuinty governments' Northern Energy Credit is being called an insult. Randy Hillier, the Progressive Conservatives' Northern Development critic, says the program is laughable. He says thats...

Post date: May 04, 2010

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