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Retired officer and former Deputy Police Chief Andy Hay was on the stand at Police Chief JP Levesque’s trial Tuesday.Hay described Levesque as a person who thinks out his decisions and doesn...

Post date: December 05, 2017

RCMP Staff Sgt. Normand Roy was Tuesday morning's witness at suspended Police Chief JP Levesque’s breach of trust and obstruction of justice trial. Roy reiterated how shocked he was...

Post date: December 05, 2017

UPDATE Power is coming back on gradually as Thunder Bay Hydro and Hydro One respond to outages.Hydro One says large outages to the southwest and north of the city should be fixed by 6 o'clock...

Post date: December 05, 2017

Police have Central Avenue at Fort William Road road blocked off near Walmart.It's due to a power line that is downed.  Use caution in the area. (Photo by Sheri Leviski-Kotyk)

Post date: December 05, 2017

Snow has made area highways slick and blowing snow has made it very hard to see. OPP are reporting that Highway 71 between Kenora and Fort Frances is now open.  It was closed overnight due...

Post date: December 05, 2017

All School Buses are cancelled today.  Rural School Closures:Crestview McKenzie, Valley Central, Gorham and Ware, Whitefish Valley and Kakabeka Falls.  Norwesterview and Five Mile...

Post date: December 05, 2017

City buses are having a hard time driving in these conditions.  Officials say that all city buses have attempted to get out on the roads this morning but they're finding it difficult...

Post date: December 05, 2017

Hydro One is reporting many outages just south west of the City. It includes over 1,500 customers in the Kakabeka Falls area. Another 47 along Highway 61, and almost 100 in other rural...

Post date: December 05, 2017

Officials with Lakehead University are letting their students know that the Thunder Bay campus is open. They say exams and services are open today despite the bad weather overnight. They...

Post date: December 05, 2017

There are some scattered power outages in our City this morning.Some 2,000 customers are without power.  Spokesperson Eileen Dias says it's all hands on deck.  They have crews out...

Post date: December 05, 2017

Thunder Bay is getting socked with winter weather, with Environment Canada calling for about 5-10 cms of snow this morning.Meteorologist Rob Kuhn says it'll last through the morning, tapering off...

Post date: December 05, 2017

Health officials aren't sure what's causing our city's rat problem, but are working on education residents on how to discourage rodents. Speaking to City Council Monday night,...

Post date: December 05, 2017

We'll have to wait to see if City Council will approve higher taxi rates. Diamond Taxi co-owner Seija Sekhon spoke to City Council Monday night, who didn't make any decisions on whether...

Post date: December 05, 2017

Witness testimony into the obstruction of justice and breach of trust trial for suspended Police Chief JP Levesque continues. RCMP officer Darryl Waruk told court that he once worked under Mayor...

Post date: December 04, 2017

Four people are charged following a police drug raid on the city's north side. Police tells us it happened last Thursday night at a residence on the 100 block of South Court Street.They...

Post date: December 04, 2017

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