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Concern is being raised about the state of home care in northwestern Ontario. This week, Kenora-Rainy River M.P.P. Sarah Campbell rose in Queen's Park to talk about the number of complaints...

Post date: December 08, 2017

Cross examination of suspended police chief JP Levesque continued Friday morning. The prosecution focused on the oath of office and an oath of secrecy.Jason Nicol was very vocal, and lively when...

Post date: December 08, 2017

The explosion of online content in all forms is the inspiration for the new Digital Media Production program at Confederation College.Coordinator Michelle McManus tells us they want to teach students...

Post date: December 08, 2017

JP Levesque is sharing his take on a series of events in 2016 that are at the heart of his breach of trust and obstruction of justice trial.Levesque recounted that he told Mayor Hobbs that an...

Post date: December 07, 2017

The president of the Confederation College says he's not surprised that just over 400 domestic students at the college decided to ask for a full tuition refund as the result of the five week...

Post date: December 07, 2017

City police are investigating a possible arson involving two vehicles on the city's north side. They tell us it happened in the wee hours of Wednesday morning on the 100 block of Machar...

Post date: December 07, 2017

This probably doesn't come as a shock to Thunder Bay drivers, but a petroleum analyst says this city is paying the most for gas margins in all of Canada.Dan McTeague says while prices average $1....

Post date: December 07, 2017

No witnesses were called this morning at suspended Police Chief JP Levesque's obstruction of justice and breach of trust trial. Both sides argued over procedural issues and the Judge is...

Post date: December 07, 2017

An award winning farmer in the Thunder Bay District credits government help for allowing his business grow as quickly as it has. Jeff Burke, of Brule Creek Farms, tells us over the last decade...

Post date: December 07, 2017

Ignace and Wabigoon Lake Ojibway Nation are still in the running as a host site for an underground vault for used nuclear fuel rods.  The Nuclear Waste Management Organization says Blind...

Post date: December 07, 2017

The obstruction of justice and breach of trust trial for suspended Police Chief JP Levesque continues to hear from a variety of witnesses. Wednesday afternoon it was City Manager Norm Gale's...

Post date: December 06, 2017

The prosecution's line up of witnesses is a who's who of the policing world.Police Service Board Chair Jackie Dojack was the last witness to be called for the Crown at suspended Police Chief...

Post date: December 06, 2017

A federal offender, police tell us is known to frequent Thunder Bay, is wanted on a Canada wide warrant.Police report that 65 year old Douglas Archer is wanted for breach of parole.He is currently...

Post date: December 06, 2017

Some daring break and enters in the city's south side.Police report that in two incidents thieves unsuccessfully tried to steal a couple of safes.In the first case over the weekend at a South...

Post date: December 06, 2017

The city is looking at putting the 300 block of North Brodie Street under a two hour parking restriction so that only residents with permits can park there all day. Parking Authority Manager...

Post date: December 06, 2017

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