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4 min ago | The Chronicle-Journal
ART ON THE EDGE, By Duncan Weller Inspiring individuals can expand a city's cultural footprint by drawing like-minded people under a welcoming umbrella.
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4 hrs ago | Thunder Bay's Source
The hotel chain had previously announced plans to open the Thunder Bay location by this Friday, but now reservations will not be accepted for any dates before May 16. The five-storey, 148-room hotel is being built along the Harbour Expressway.
8 hrs ago | The Chronicle-Journal
The province is pouring almost $14 million into infrastructure improvements in communities across Northwestern Ontario.
12 hrs ago | Fort Francis Times
The Rainy River Future Development Corp. has reviewed the final environmental assessment for the proposed New Gold project near Barwick and now is in the process of developing a positive response.
Officials seeking an end to aboriginal homelessness in Calgary are developing a program that would provide chronic alcoholics with measured doses of booze.
With the potential for unprecedented economic benefits to the region, the Municipality of Greenstone began to formulate a plan to capitalize on this opportunity.
The University of Ottawa men's varsity hockey program has been suspended after allegations of "serious misconduct" came to light several days ago.
The local Ukrainian Credit Union decided to sell the Ukrainian car flags to show support and donate funds to protesters there.
The start of the new federal government infrastructure funding program is a few weeks from beginning but there are still some major gaps to be filled, said Prince George's representative to the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.
Thunder Bay Fire Rescue is urging homeowners and tenants to be careful with smoking materials and computers following three fires last week.
She was a chronic, homeless alcoholic caught in the soul-crushing cycle of addiction on the city's notorious Downtown Eastside.
Brewmaster Tyler Big Child, left, watches as program participants Kevin Sleziak, centre, and Rachel Eck transfer a batch of wine to a jar to ferment at the Portland Hotel Society alcohol-brewing co-op program in Vancouver, B.C., on Tuesday March 11, 2014.
SooToday.com has received the following letter from Julee Boan, boreal program manager for Ontario Nature in Thunder Bay, in response to a release posted earlier .
From a 15-year relationship, a merger that started more than two years ago is now complete.
A major expansion of Maley Drive, above, would have a huge impact on traffic congestion in Greater Sudbury.
Patty Hajdu, Shelter House executive director, and Clayton Mawakeesick, resident, chatted Monday in the Shelter House managed alcohol program building.