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The General Manager of Fort William Historical Park is speaking out about Monday's tragedy. Sergio Buonocore says the entire staff is saddened by the turn of events that led to the death of a 4 year...

Post date: June 01, 2010

The Ministry of Labour is now involved in the tragic death at Fort William Historical Park. Spokesperson Bruce Skeaff says it is considered a workplace probe because they investigate all serious...

Post date: June 01, 2010

The Lakehead Public School Board has confirmed the death of a four year old student who was injured in a horse and carriage accident at Fort William Historical Park.  Dead is Willow Scott-Hannam....

Post date: June 01, 2010

Thunder Bay is now officially "age friendly".  City Council granted the status to the local committee at Monday night's meeting.  Spokesperson Mary Lou Kelley says Thunder Bay's population is aging...

Post date: June 01, 2010

The Thunder Bay Queens Midget AA Team were recognized at Monday night's city council meeting.   The team was honoured for winning gold at the Ontario Women's Hockey Association Provincials in...

Post date: May 31, 2010

Residents of Northwestern Ontario still live a lifestyle that poses a cancer risk. The latest report card from Cancer Care Ontario indicates we smoke more than the provincial average and are more...

Post date: May 31, 2010

Starting June 11th, you'll be able to crack open a cold one an hour earlier at your favourite drinking establishment.  The province is allowing licensed bars and restaurants to serve alcoholic...

Post date: May 31, 2010

A post mortem has revealed that Randy Lawrence Cromarty died as a result of multiple stab wounds.  The 39 year old was the victim of the City's first homocide.  28 year old Thea Debra Gliddy is...

Post date: May 31, 2010

The 20 or so professional therapists at the George Jeffery Children's Centre now have a new contract. The two year deal gives them a total wage increase of 4 per cent along with improved benefits....

Post date: May 31, 2010

Thunder Bay OPP recovered a stolen vehicle after responded to an accident over the weekend. The single vehicle accident happened on highway 17 just west of Raith at around 9:30 Saturday morning. When...

Post date: May 31, 2010

Starting Tuesday children's play areas in city parks will be smoke free. The bylaw means smokers will have to remain at least ten metres away from playground equipment, public beaches and entrances...

Post date: May 31, 2010

Over ten thousand dollars worth of drugs are off the streets thanks to the Combined Forces Organized Crime Unit. Officers searched a house in Neebing Friday and found a large quantity of prescription...

Post date: May 31, 2010

The future begins now for the graduates of Lakehead University who received their diplomas on the weekend. About 2000 students took part in three separate ceremonies at the Community Auditorium. For...

Post date: May 30, 2010

The organizers of the World Junior Baseball Championships want a slice of the concession pie from this summer's event. Warren Philp says they'd like the 15 per cent cut of the gross sales at Port...

Post date: May 28, 2010

There could be one less member of City Council sitting on the Thunder Bay Hydro board. A report is being brought before council Monday night recommending council only have one member sit on the board...

Post date: May 28, 2010

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