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A Ryerson Crescent homeowner appears to be stuck between a rock and a hard place. Don Cooper says he unknowingly had his new garage built over an easement. He has been ordered to tear the garage down...

Post date: May 03, 2010

The city is considering a proposal to change the name of Marina Park Drive.   A request has been made by the Commanding Officer of the HMCS Griffon, Lieutenant-Commander John Bell.   He suggested the...

Post date: May 03, 2010

The Ministry of Natural Resources is defending it's decision to lift a fire ban in Northwestern Ontario. Spokesperson Mitch Miller understands some in the Thunder Bay District think it was a...

Post date: May 03, 2010

The provinces Finance Minister says not everyone can be eligible for the Northern Ontario Energy Credit. Speaking in Thunder Bay Dwight Duncan says it's only low and middle income people who will get...

Post date: May 03, 2010

Some encouraging news from the Port of Thunder Bay early in the shipping season. Statistics for April show that there was more cargo shipped from the port this year than last year at the same time....

Post date: May 03, 2010

The 500 students at Woodcrest Public School are proud of their latest accomplishment. They joined with other schools in Canada in singing the same song at exactly the same time. Grade 6 teacher...

Post date: May 03, 2010

Women and girls as young as 15 years of age are facing prostitution charges in connection with a recent undercover sting operation run by the city police. Spokesperson Chris Adams says it's not...

Post date: May 03, 2010

Two Thunder Bay Soldiers landed on home soil after a 6 month tour in Afghanistan. Corporal Richard Cranton and Sergeant John Conrad returned home this morning to a small group of friends and family...

Post date: May 03, 2010

It's a mistake worthy of the Jay Leno Show. This Red River Road take out food outlet may be in need of more than management after showing this job posting on the weekend

Post date: May 03, 2010

There is no one injured after a tree fell on a three story house on Syndicate Avenue following a windy weekend.

Post date: May 03, 2010

Thunder Bay's Culture was on display once again at the Fort William Gardens. That was the scene for the annual Folklore Festival. There was food, dance and many other attractions Saturday and Sunday...

Post date: May 03, 2010

Nipigon OPP are investigating after a fatal house fire in Terrace Bay. The fire happened early yesterday morning just before 5 o'clock. Crews responded and found a body in the house. Dead is 31 year...

Post date: May 03, 2010

A trip to Dog Lake will help prove how dry the weather has been. Ontario Power Generation monitors the lake level there. Spokesperson Ted Gruetzner says it's about half a metre lower than average and...

Post date: April 30, 2010

If there was any time to get rid of that junk in your house and yard its from May 2-9. The city is allowing you to use the Mapleward Road waste facility for free for those 7 days . Spokesperson Jason...

Post date: April 30, 2010

The outdoor fire ban in Northwestern Ontario is over. Reagan Breeze of the Ministry of Natural Resources says that the Restricted Fire Zone has been lifted. He says the rain that we've received has...

Post date: April 30, 2010

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