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Thunder Bay's Fort William Paper Mill has been sold for scrap. Abitibi Bowater sold four papermills across Canada to American Iron and Metal Company for 8.4 million dollars. National Representative...

Post date: June 08, 2010

There'll be no Canada Day Parade in Thunder Bay this year. The city's coordinator Melissa Wnuk says the waterfront construction forced them to cancel this year's parade and replace it with a short...

Post date: June 08, 2010

Lakehead University's steel bridge team has taken third place in a National competition.  Zack White says they're bridge faired well against competitors.  White and his team mates are all civil...

Post date: June 08, 2010

The animal group PETA is calling on Thunder Bay Mayor Lynn Peterson to ban horse drawn carriages in the city.  PETA's request follows a May 31st incident in which 4 year old Willow Scott-Hannam was...

Post date: June 08, 2010

Public School students in the city are now more in tune with a number of social issues. It follows a one day conference on diversity in education. Organizer Robin Laye says it's the third year for...

Post date: June 08, 2010

You won't be able to celebrate the FIFA World Cup in Thunder Bay by indulging in an early morning alcoholic beverage. Council is opting out of the province's longer bar hours that start at 10 am for...

Post date: June 07, 2010

What colour should the bike lanes be?  That was one of the main topics of discussion at last night's city council meeting.  Councillor Aldo Ruberto brought the subject up suggesting the bike lanes...

Post date: June 07, 2010

What colour should the bike lanes be?  That was one of the main topics of discussion at last night's city council meeting.  Councillor Aldo Roberto brought the subject up suggesting the bike lanes...

Post date: June 07, 2010

The City of Thunder Bay is sticking with the status quo.  A policy limiting the sale of bottled water at muncipal facilities was amended to allow people the choice between drinking municipal water or...

Post date: June 07, 2010

Thunder Bay's Michael Power is being hailed for his accomplishments. The 38 year old Power has been recognized for his work at the Health Sciences Centre by Caldwell Partners International. The...

Post date: June 07, 2010

Weekend drug raids have resulted in the arrest of 6 men. They, along with cocaine and marijuana were seized after raids at homes on both the north and south sides of the city and a business on the...

Post date: June 07, 2010

City police now have 200 thousand dollars worth of drugs and cash after a buslast week. They say the raids took place at a business on the 200 block of Pearl Street and homes on Bay and South May...

Post date: June 07, 2010

City police are still investigating two unsolved robberies at local Mac's Mart Stores since May 22nd. The latest was early Sunday morning at the North May Street location. Police spokesperson Chris...

Post date: June 07, 2010

Family and friends said good-bye to Willow Scott-Hannam today at a funeral service at the Everest Wesfort Chapel. The 4 year old girl died last week after an accident at Fort William Historical Park...

Post date: June 07, 2010

New research shows that the typical chronic drug user in the city isn't what you might expect. The study for AIDS Thunder Bay was conducted over two years at a cost of 50 thousand dollars. Executive...

Post date: June 07, 2010

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