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After months upon months of behind the scenes work, the city's proposed new taxi by-law is about to go before city councillors. Councillor Brian McKinnon has been steering the law through...

Post date: December 06, 2017

Day three of suspended Police Chief JP Levesque's breach of trust and obstruction of justice trial continues. Acting Deputy Police Chief Don Lewis took the stand and gave testimony about...

Post date: December 06, 2017

This year's Parade of Lights pulled in over $25,000 in donations.   Organizers are thanking the record-breaking crowds who helped them overshoot their fundraising goal at Saturday night...

Post date: December 06, 2017

Preventing fires on First Nations is the goal of a new campaign by Nishnawbe Aski Nation.   They're unveiling Amber's Fire Safety Campaign, named after Amber Strang, the youngest...

Post date: December 06, 2017

Acting Police Chief Sylvie Hauth has taken the stand at suspended Chief JP Levesque’s breach of trust and obstruction of justice trial. She detailed a conversation she had in the Chief...

Post date: December 06, 2017

We got a hold of Environment Canada to find an explanation of the snow from yesterday.  Meteorologist Rob Kuhn is putting the blame on a certain area of snow that tracked up over the...

Post date: December 06, 2017

Appears Thunder Bay has made it through the latest offering from winter.  As of this point, there are cancellations, with the weather forecast calling for light flurry activity all day....

Post date: December 06, 2017

A new report is out showing our city still has a ways to go to become pedestrian-friendly. The report from the City, Lakehead University, and the Health Unit says right now, 55 percent of us...

Post date: December 05, 2017

Bob Hupka will once again serve as Chair of the Catholic District School Board. He's held the role for a total of 11 years, and served on the board for 19 years in all. Another familiar...

Post date: December 05, 2017

Preventing fires on First Nations is the goal of a new campaign by Nishnawbe Aski Nation. They're unveiling Amber's Fire Safety Campaign, named after Amber Strang, the youngest victim of...

Post date: December 05, 2017

This year's Parade of Lights pulled in over $25,000 in donations. Organizers are thanking the record-breaking crowds who helped them overshoot their fundraising goal at Saturday night's...

Post date: December 05, 2017

If your kids go to Algoma or Grace Remus Child Care Centres, expect service to remain the same for now.  Speaking at City Council, Marilyn Grudniski, CEO of Little Lions Daycare and...

Post date: December 05, 2017

Organ and tissue donations at the regional hospital are once again being recognized with a provincial award. 58% of all potential donors at the Health Sciences Centre registered to donate in...

Post date: December 05, 2017

Winter parking restrictions are now in effect with Calendar Parking regulations now being enforced.Look for the signs on the street which designate what side of the road you are allow to park on that...

Post date: December 05, 2017

City crews have been working since 5 this morning to keep the main streets plowed.  However,  with high winds blowing the snow back on to those roads, it’s forced a delay in...

Post date: December 05, 2017

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