CBC | Thunder Bay News
Residents in Sandy Lake First Nation will soon be able to have safe, clean and reliable drinking water thanks to an investment of $9.2M from the federal government.
A new book released by former PC leader Patrick Brown raises allegations of spying by members of his former party and sexual misconduct against a current cabinet minister. He describes the night he was forced to resign as 'The Night of Knives.'
Three people in Thunder Bay, Ont., have been sent to hospital by ambulance for medical treatment after an altercation at a pub in the city's south side.
A 34-year-old woman in Thunder Bay, Ont., has been charged with assault with a weapon after a stabbing incident at a housing complex in the city's south side during the early morning hours on Wednesday.
Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., announced Wednesday they have received the results of a post-mortem examination of a body that was found near a walking trail close to a golf course in the city's north side earlier in November. They have identified the deceased as 67-year-old John Boczkowski.
Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., have released more details about their investigation into the Nov. 11 death of Geofrey Christopher Corbeil, but say it's still too early to know if the homicide is gang-related.
Business owners and residents in Rainy River, Ont., will soon have an economic development officer (EDO) for the next three years thanks to an investment through FedNor's Community Investment Initiative for Northern Ontario.
The new location of the Red Lake Emergency Shelter will make it easier for clients to access services in the northwestern Ontario community, while also providing them with more privacy.
The acting deputy police chief in Thunder Bay said a legislative amendment by the Ontario government to allow police officers to administer naloxone, to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, without the fear of an automatic investigation if the person dies, is a "significant' change.
The local union representative for striking public health nurses at the Thunder Bay District Health Unit says the length of the work stoppage has her feeling "anxious" and "nervous" over an eventual return to the job.
A new report paints a clearer picture of who is homeless in Thunder Bay, and what steps might be taken to help them.
A man from Thunder Bay, Ont., says he experienced an interaction with a wild animal that he "will never forget" after a random visit to Mission Island Marsh, a conservation area in northwestern Ontario, on Monday night.
Two people from Thunder Bay, Ont., has been charged for abandoning more than 20 cats and kittens in a park in northwestern Ontario this past summer.
Federal officials say they expect to know by 2020 how to clean up a large patch of historical industrial pollution in the north harbour of Thunder Bay, Ont.
The union representing the nearly 60 striking public health nurses at the Thunder Bay District Health Unit says they are hoping to get back to the bargaining table this week with a new mediator to help them with their negotiations.
A lawyer in northwestern Ontario says he'll represent people - for free - who believe they have been defamed by a Facebook group and website operating out of Thunder Bay.