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Premier Kathleen Wynne's recent trip to Northwestern Ontario was her first since winning a majority government in the June election.
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The August civic holiday will be now known as Terry Fox Day, named after the Winnipeg-born athlete who was just 22 when he died in 1981 during his attempt to run across Canada on one leg in his Marathon of Hope.
For the second time in two weeks, Thunder Bay Police Service officers and Ministry of Natural Resources officials were called to the Garden Avenue area for a bear sighting.
The sound of volunteers shoveling gravel was a sign for two local families that a new home is on the way.
Linda Gambee had her most recent appearance Tuesday at the Thunder Bay Courthouse, where lawyer Gil Labine set a date for a judicial pretrial hearing.
Richard Landry, 46, was reported missing from Ontario Shores on Sunday and on Monday afternoon, Durham police appealed to the public for help finding him.
The freighter Federal Rideau is shown Monday, July 28, 2014, aground at the mouth of the Detroit River east of Windsor, ON.
The Ministry of Labour is investigating a workplace incident at the local Resolute Forest Products pulp and paper mill that sent a worker to hospital with serious injuries.
The union representing local striking Bombardier workers will head to southern Ontario later this week to meet with Toronto Transit Commission officials.
Thunder Bay Police say they will soon be able to update the public on their investigation into an alleged sexual assault that took place in the Northern Ontario city while the University of Ottawa Gee Gees were in town.
It may take months to confirm, but it appears there won't be a wind farm on the Nor'Wester mountain range south of Thunder Bay.
Jun 4, 2014; Los Angeles, CA, USA; New York Rangers defenseman Marc Staal in the first period during game one of the 2014 Stanley Cup Final against the Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center.
While the Thunder Bay Indian Friendship Centre's men's abuse program, Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin, has gotten attention from various places in Ontario, it's the women's program that are coming out from under the shadows.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 12:46 pm
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