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There's an investigation underway into the death of a 38-year-old woman on the Whitesand First Nation. Police and paramedics were called to a home in the community on Saturday night. The initial call was in relation to a woman in distress but any other circumstances around her death are not known. She has been identifi...
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A new stamp is unveiled in Thunder Bay to honour Josephine Mandamin. For the third consecutive year, Canada Post is celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day by creating three stamps to honour Indigenous leaders. The stamps feature Elisapie, Josephine Mandamin and Christi Belcourt. They have been chosen as Indigenous...
Chloe Hannan 13h ago 3 views
The proposed indoor tennis centre in Thunder Bay is officially underway. City council approved a lease agreement at Chapples Park and also agreed to designate it as a municipal capital facility. Being a municipal capital facility means the tennis courts will be exempt from city taxes. The decision was made in court at ...
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The Thunder Bay District Health Unit is monitoring two outbreaks. Hogarth Riverview Manor is dealing with a respiratory outbreak in the 7 North Trillium Resident Home Area. Southbridge Pinewood is dealing with an Enteric outbreak in its Blue Heron Unit. A COVID-19 outbreak at Nipigon District Memorial Hospital in its L...
CJ Goater 16h ago 1 views
Three people have been arrested after their vehicle was stopped by the Nipigon OPP and the Anishinabek Police. The incident took place on Saturday after the OPP were notified by the Greater Sudbury Police Service to be on the lookout for the suspects of an armed robbery. The provincial police in Schreiber located the s...
Tim Davidson 21h ago
The court case involving Thunder Bay's former police chief is back in court on Tuesday. Sylvie Hauth is facing four charges stemming from an investigation into allegations of misconduct. The charges relate to obstruction and breach of trust after a wide-ranging investigation. Hauth has yet to appear in court in person ...
News Jun 18, 2024
The Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association (NOMA) looks to advance the economic development of local communities with a new plan. NOMA was created to advocate for the needs of people in the Thunder Bay, Kenora and Rainy Lake region. "Time to Grow" is a plan for Northwestern Ontario that will play out over...
Chloe Hannan Jun 17, 2024 1 views
Quick work for Thunder Bay Fire Rescue kept a blaze on Skyline Avenue from spreading. The fire was reported around noon on Saturday and crews saw smoke coming from the front door. Firefighters entered the home and quickly extinguished the flames. Two crews remained at the scene to clear smoke from the fire and conducte...
Tim Davidson Jun 17, 2024
Council could approve the proposed indoor tennis centre to begin construction. It will be decided on Monday night. It will live on municipal lands within Chapples Park, which exempts the centre from municipal taxes and would lower operational costs. Director of tennis with the Thunder Bay Tennis Centre, Jamie Grieve, s...
Chloe Hannan Jun 14, 2024 1 views
Thunder Bay Fire Rescue say they were able to save a number of animals trapped inside a burning barn. The fire was reported Thursday night around 7:00 on Mapleward Road. Fire crews initially encountered heavy smoke coming from the barn and requested additional support. Because there were no fire hydrants located nearby...
Tim Davidson Jun 14, 2024
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