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Supports for local paramedics could also mean training for their families under a mental wellness program. Speaking to City Council, Superior North EMS Chief Wayne Gates explains families can...

Post date: December 10, 2017

The Northern Ontario Party says evidence shows that they are the proven champions of the north. Leader Trevor Holliday stresses more and more people are starting to pay attention. He points...

Post date: December 10, 2017

Ten local coffee shops are teaming up to raise money for the Canada Mental Health Association. CMHA Spokesperon Sharon Pitawanakat says their coffee card campaign encourages residents to buy...

Post date: December 10, 2017

A city hotel is once again playing host to the Annual Salvation Army Christmas Dinner. It's being held from noon until 2 o'clock today at the Valhalla Inn Ballroom. Starting at 11:...

Post date: December 10, 2017

The provincial government is taking a new approach to catching those responsible for poaching in the province. Conservation officer Ron Arnold indicates they've set up an online history of...

Post date: December 09, 2017

The Ontario Energy Board is reviewing plans to merge two natural gas companies. Enbridge and Union Gas are proposing to become a single entity. Calgary-based Enbridge merged with Spectra...

Post date: December 09, 2017

Staff at Thunder Bay Hydro are still counting up the damage this weeks storm caused. Overall it is estimated that 11,000 customers were impacted for more than a few minutes in 167 separate power...

Post date: December 09, 2017

The company in charge of clearing area highways has some safety tips when you're sharing the road with snowplows. Carillion Canada spokesperson Bruce Johnston says for the safety of everyone...

Post date: December 09, 2017

More bad news for Canada's lumber industry. The U.S. International Trade Commission has ruled that Canadian softwood hurts the American Lumber Industry. That means new duties will kick...

Post date: December 09, 2017

You can help out local food banks with the Stuff A Cruiser event. From 10:00 until 4:00 today, area police forces are collecting donations for the Regional Food Distribution Association,...

Post date: December 09, 2017

The Agricultural Research Station on Highway 61 will be in new hands next year. Thunder Bay Atikokan MPP Bill Mauro announced they're handing the operation of the station over to Lakehead...

Post date: December 09, 2017

An investigation into the sudden death of two residents in Cat Lake First Nation has resulted in second degree murder charges.Ontario Provincial Police say 18-year-old Austin Shayne Wesley of Cat...

Post date: December 08, 2017

Two years after the riot and hostage-taking at the District Jail, staff say not much has changed. Members of the union representing guards at the jail held an information session outside the...

Post date: December 08, 2017

A 26 year old man is charged with robbery after bystanders helped bring him into police.Thursday, officers attended the corner of Algoma and Ambrose to deal with a robbery at the Maltese Grocery...

Post date: December 08, 2017

Combative questioning from the prosecution at suspended police chief JP Levesque's breach of trust and obstruction of justice trial. A wild five minutes of cross examination between the...

Post date: December 08, 2017

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