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After a disappointing showing at last year's world series for beep ball - a modified version of baseball for the visually impaired - the Toronto Blind Jays are hungry for redemption.
Students in Grade 7 to 10 in Thunder Bay, Ont., are taking part in a special one-day workshop Tuesday focusing on concussions and the importance of reporting and preventing this type of brain injury.
Police officers in Thunder Bay, Ont., are investigating after a male was shot at a residence just after 9:30 p.m. on Monday.
Most of the 12 young people who died while in the care of Ontario's child welfare system had significant mental health challenges but limited or no access to appropriate help, according to a coroner's report released Tuesday.
Police in Dryden, Ont., say they're receiving reports about a familiar scam and are warning residents to be aware.
Officials with the Salvation Army in Thunder Bay, Ont., say they're in need of donations of clothing, furniture and other household items for sale in its two thrift stores in the city.
A Thunder Bay charity golf tournament has had another big year, raising more than $13,000 for PRO Kids.
A long-running Thunder Bay concert venue has found a new home. But Crocks won't be going far, owner Frank Loffredo said.
Premier Doug Ford says his government plans to strike a special committee to further investigate Ontario's fiscal situation in light of a newly reviewed multibillion-dollar deficit.
Thunder Bay police are thanking the public after they say a missing 35-year-old man from southwestern Ontario was safely located.
The federal New Democrats say a "grassroots" approach will help them lure back voters across northern Ontario who cast their ballots for the Liberals in 2015.
City councillors in Thunder Bay, Ont., will have safety on their minds Monday night, as council discusses the 2017 safety report.
Canada needs a national initiative aimed at preventing suicides, say Indigenous leaders representing dozens of First Nations across northern Ontario.
A 56-year-old Thunder Bay man pleaded guilty earlier this month for putting animals in distress and failing to comply with orders served after an animal welfare investigation in the summer of 2017.
As the children of the local Hudson's Bay Company post manager, Ron Gosbee and his two sisters attended the notorious St. Anne's Indian Residential School in Fort Albany, Ont. — an experience they're still trying to process 60 years later.
Construction on the road which will provide all-season access to Shoal Lake 40 First Nation has reached a major milestone.