CBC | Thunder Bay News
Multiple law enforcement agencies have charged five people in Thunder Bay, Ont., with numerous offences, including possessing weapons and trafficking drugs.
Ontario Provincial Police officers in Kenora, Ont., say it's lucky no occupants were inside the ice shacks on Lake of the Woods on Sunday evening after OPP received a complaint from one of the ice shack owners.
The chief of the Thunder Bay Police Service, Sylvie Hauth, provided an update to the northwestern Ontario city's police service board Tuesday on the progress the force was making meeting the 44 recommendations laid out in December's report from the Office of the Independent Police Review Director.
The Board of Directors at the District of Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board (TBDSSAB) is welcoming a returning board chair and new vice-chair.
The clock nearly struck 1 a.m. when Thunder Bay city councillors wrapped up their first night of budget deliberations early Wednesday morning.
A provincial body that represents transport carriers says Thunder Bay's designated trucking route won't address safety concerns in the city.
Fire officials in Thunder Bay, Ont., say cooking left unattended caused a house fire in the city's East End neighbourhood early Sunday morning and the building's landlord has been ticketed for a non-working smoke alarm.
Officers in Thunder Bay, Ont., say three men have been arrested and charged after allegedly attempting to rob an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) at the Royal Bank of Canada on the city's south side early Tuesday morning.
Residents in Thunder Bay, Ont., might soon be able to purchase their cannabis at a retail store in the city as council voted unanimously in favor of allowing private cannabis stores on Monday night.
Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., are searching for a suspect who allegedly hit a van on Monday afternoon in the city's north side and are encouraging that individual to come forward.
Snow is on its way once again to northwestern Ontario, but only for a short while before temperatures drop down to nearly minus 50 degrees in some areas of the region over the next week, according to officials with Environment Canada.
A judge's decision on whether a Thunder Bay, Ont., man will stand trial, and on what charge, for the death of an Indigenous woman who was hit by a trailer hitch is scheduled to be handed down later this month.
Officers with the Thunder Bay Police Service are welcoming a new member to their team. Lucek is a 20-month-old German Shepherd that joined the force on January 5, along with his handler, constable Josh Berube.
If approved by council, the traffic circle will be built at the intersection of Victoria Ave. and Ford St., and it will be only the second traffic feature of its kind in the city.
A federal cabinet shuffle Monday, which saw Jane Philpott take over as the president of the Treasury Board and Seamus O'Regan become the new minister of Indigenous services, is leaving Alvin Fiddler, the grand chief of Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) in northwestern Ontario, with somewhat "mixed" emotions.
Transport drivers heading through Thunder Bay, Ont., will have to soon take a very specific route when travelling through city limits.
Port officials in Thunder Bay, Ont., say the final ship has left the Lakehead, bringing to an end another shipping season that they say has been "another good year."
The federal government has announced an additional $3.5 million for the construction of a proposed new art gallery in Thunder Bay, Ont.
The civilian oversight board for the Thunder Bay Police Service has publicly acknowledged and apologized for systemic racism in the organization and the local force, and is pledging to work together with the entire community to move forward.