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Police have identified the 21-year-old man found deceased in the Neebing-McIntyre Floodway on Saturday as Dylan Joe Francis Moonias of Thunder Bay.
An extortion case involving Thunder Bay's mayor, his wife, and another city resident will be back in court next month.
The City of Thunder Bay is accepting nominations for the 2017 Mayor's Community Safety Awards, which are given each year to individuals or groups who are working to make the city a safer place.
A 40-year-old Worthington, Ont., man is dead following a single-vehicle collision involving a highway line painting truck near Dryden on Monday, OPP say.
Nishnawbe-Aski Nation (NAN) and Fort William First Nation (FWFN) are calling Thunder Bay City Council's refusal to call for the resignation of a controversial Canadian senator on Monday "unconscionable."
The head of Ontario's civilian police oversight body says he still expects to have the findings of his probe into allegations of systemic racism in the Thunder Bay Police Service completed by next spring, even though he'll likely be gathering more input from city residents.
Keith Hobbs, the mayor of Thunder Bay, Ont., returned to city council chambers for the first time in three months on Monday night.
City councillors in Thunder Bay rejected a resolution Monday night that would ask Senator Lynn Beyak to resign.
Telephone service in Vermillion Bay has been disrupted after lightning struck one of Bell Canada's offices.
Grades 4 to 8 students at George O'Neill Public School in Nipigon, Ont., are often arriving early for class in the morning.
Thunder Bay OPP are investigating the weekend discovery of a bag containing firearms and drugs that police said may be connected to a vehicle that fled officers near Ignace on Friday.
A section of Mountdale Avenue on Thunder Bay's south side will close Tuesday morning to allow for rehabilitation work on the CP rail crossing.
Richardson's owns two grain elevators in Thunder Bay, Ont. — one of which is about to mark a century of operation.
Thunder Bay's mayor is returning to city hall on Monday, Sept. 25, after taking a leave to deal with "personal legal matters," the city said.
Thunder Bay police and the regional coroner's office are investigating after the body was found in the Neebing-McIntyre floodyway on the weekend.
Twenty-one First Nations in northern Ontario are taking the federal and Ontario governments to court in Thunder Bay, Ont. on Monday to demand an increase to their annuities, which have not been raised in over 140 years.
A plan to bring liquid natural gas (LNG) to communities along the north shore of Lake Superior could see the energy source flowing by 2021.
The head of Ontario's civilian police oversight body is scheduled to be in Thunder Bay, Ont., for a public meeting tonight, as part of the ongoing probe into allegations of systemic racism in the Thunder Bay Police Service.