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A local lawyer is involved in a $600 million class action lawsuit against the Ontario government on behalf of survivors of abuse at Ontario reform schools. Chris Watkins says youth from our...

Post date: December 11, 2017

Closing arguments are over and now the wait begins for the Judge's finding in suspended Police Chief JP Levesque's breach of trust and obstruction of justice trial. Prosecutor Jason...

Post date: December 11, 2017

Police have three people in custody in connection to separate robberies on the city's south side on Sunday. In the first instance, a man in his 20's was arrested in a hotel parking lot...

Post date: December 11, 2017

City council will be hearing from one of its north side residents.  Dino Favuzzi wants to know about the possibility and feasibility of a splash pad for the Jumbo Gardens area.He wants to...

Post date: December 11, 2017

Suspended Police Chief JP Levesque’s breach of trust and obstruction of justice trial is coming to an end. His lawyer Brian Gover told the Judge that Levesque made the best decision he...

Post date: December 11, 2017

Former Police Chief Bob Herman is testifying today at suspended Chief JP Levesque's breach of trust and obstruction of justice trial.Week 2 of suspended Chief JP Levesque’s trial is...

Post date: December 11, 2017

The provincial Minister of Housing is in Thunder Bay today.   Peter Milcyzn will make a poverty reduction announcement at 11 o'clock at Lakehead University's Faculty of Law. ...

Post date: December 11, 2017

City police are looking for your help in getting more information about the sudden death of Dylan Moonias.They say he died on or about September 21st, 2017 and his body was later located in the...

Post date: December 11, 2017

A campaign to restore the horses on the Chippewa Park Carousel is getting a total of $300,000 from the City and FedNor.Thunder Bay Rainy River MP Don Rusnak unveiled the $100,000 investment from...

Post date: December 10, 2017

An emotional farewell by the outgoing Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada. Beverley McLachlin thanked the Canadian public for the privilege to serve on the country's highest court....

Post date: December 10, 2017

Canada's doctors continue to express concern with new rules around income sprinkling.It's a strategy that allows high-income owners of Canadian corporations to spread their income to other...

Post date: December 10, 2017

The federal government is proposing regulatory changes aimed at lowering the cost of patented drugs. This includes a revised list of countries against which drug prices would be compared, and...

Post date: December 10, 2017

Researchers into Indigenous senior populations in Canada are receiving a financial boost. The federal government is providing $1.4 million to the Health Sciences North Research Institute in...

Post date: December 10, 2017

Two new Senators have been named to the Upper Chamber. Mary Coyle is a university professor from Nova Scotia who has long championed women's and Indigenous Peoples' rights. Mary...

Post date: December 10, 2017

The number of motorists killed who test positive for marijuana is on the rise in Canada. At the same time, the Traffic Injury Research Foundation says the number of drivers killed who tested...

Post date: December 10, 2017

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