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On the charity beat, snowmobilers will ride for Easter Seals south of the border.  Their February fundraiser, Snowarama is returning for its 15th year, and will see riders hit the trails at...

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Local schools will have new crossing guard huts thanks to two high schools pitching in to the community. The city approached St Patrick's High School and Hammarskjold High School about...

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A local woman is making an emotional plea for the return of her dog Harlow.Have you seen this dog? pic.twitter.com/L0tWOzjLot— @country105news (@Country105News) December 13, 2017Harlow and two...

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Frustration continues to grow among paramedics at Superior North EMS, with the union head saying the majority of calls are due to drugs and alcohol. With the number of calls continuing to rise,...

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The Northwest Local Health Integration Network is recognizing a number of health agencies and officials in northwestern Ontario.Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre and its Regional...

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A local business is closing its doors in the New Year.Peartree Bakery Owner Nadia Kukkee says she's made the decision because she needs to focus on her retirement and due to the upcoming increase...

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Thunder Bay's Chamber of Commerce agrees increasing the minimum wage January 1st will help people with more money, however there are too many drawbacks. President Charla Robinson is...

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Another piece of the puzzle is in place towards the eventual completion of NextBridge Infrastructure's electrical transmission line between Wawa and Thunder Bay.Project Director Jennifer Tidmarsh...

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NDP Leader Andrea Horwath calls our District Jail a powder keg.Horwath told Queen's Park that it's been two years since a riot and hostage taking took place at the over 100 year old facility...

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Costs for accessible student transportation could go up under the proposed taxi by-law. Student Transportation Services of Thunder Bay spokesperson Craig Murphy explains they hire accessible...

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City Hall wants to hear from you on whether city councillors deserve a raise or not.Clerk John Hannam says the last review of Council's compensation was in 2008."The councillor salary was...

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Red Lake Mayor Phil Vinet says it's high-time that northwestern Ontario starts to get treated as equally as northeastern Ontario.Vinet says for far too long, we have been playing second fiddle in...

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First Nation communities are receiving part of a $5.3-million provincial program to reduce poverty, access safe food and address homelessness. Housing Minister Peter Milcyzn says that includes...

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The city's new taxi by-law has been tentatively approved, but needs to be finalized in three months' time. City Council came to the decision after a lengthy discussion, including plenty...

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It's back to the bitterly cold temperatures this work week.  Environment Canada's Geoff Coulson says expect below normal temperatures with some moderation just in time for the...

Post date: December 11, 2017

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