CBC | Thunder Bay News
An Ontario public sector union has renewed calls for winter highway maintenance to be brought back "in-house," but the province says more stringent oversight is the way to go.
Staff at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre are celebrating their achievements on Tuesday thanks a generous funding of $62,881.57 from hospital donors and the volunteer association.
Ontario Provincial Police officers in Kenora, say they have charged a 31-year-old man with offences related to domestic violence after Sunday's incident at the Anchor Inn.
Taking a taxi in the city of Thunder Bay, Ont. is now going to cost you a bit more. Effective immediately, taxi companies in the Lakehead will be allowed to increase their rates by 15 per cent.
More kids in Sudbury and across the province will be learning code, thanks to the federal government.
Students and employees at Confederation College in Thunder Bay, Ont. are celebrating a job well done after raising over $59,000 for the United Way and it's Stock the Bank program — an internal campaign that supports the College's Emergency Student Fund and the Food Bank.
The owner of some of the biggest restaurant chains in Canada is about to get a bit bigger after Cara Operations struck a deal to buy The Keg steakhouses for $200 million.
Members of the Lakehead University Thunderwolves women's basketball squad in Thunder Bay, Ont., teamed up with Lakehead Public Schools for its annual Literacy Week celebrations by visiting elementary schools, and sharing their love of reading.
Information about grave sites at the three cemeteries in Sioux Lookout, Ont., has been added to a smartphone app, designed to help families and researchers.
Stormwater management is increasingly becoming a priority for cities like Thunder Bay, Ont., as they struggle to improve infrastructure to prevent flooding and pollution. But the infrastructure is only one part of the problem: these cities also need to come up with a way to pay for it.
St. Joseph's Care Group is looking for a new administrator for its Hogarth Riverview Manor Long-Term Care Home.
The Thunder Bay Police service is looking to improve the appearance of their police station and are calling on local Indigenous artists from Fort William First Nation to collaborate on an artwork that will be displayed at the Balmoral Street station.
Ontario Provincial Police officers are urging snowmobilers to take extra caution when heading out for a ride this winter as they saw a record number of snowmobile fatalities this past season since the winter of 2003-2004.
Laurentian University is getting ready to limit the places where smokers can light up on campus. But the school doesn't expect it will ever bring in a total smoking ban, like McMaster University in Hamilton did earlier this year.
Officers in Thunder Bay, Ont. say they have arrested and charged a 17-year-old man with possession of property over $5000 early Monday morning.
City council in Thunder Bay, Ont. will consider a motion on Monday night to support the location of a Ferrochrome Processing Plant in the northwestern Ontario city.
In the first national conference involving youth leaders, politicians and social media to address the epidemic of aboriginal youth suicide — young people call for hope.
An index compiled by the insurance industry indicates extreme weather in Canada is falling outside the range of normal variability more frequently.