Public service workers with the Ontario Public Service Employees Union staged a protest in Thunder Bay today after receiving the opening bargaining proposals from the Ontario government. More read comments
The former head of Thunder Bay's library system is suing the Thunder Bay Public Library Board, according to court documents obtained by CBC News. More
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Thunder Bay Santa Claus Parade 2014
CBC reporter Nicole Ireland's award-winning series on the quality of care in nursing homes
Check out the Human Books that were on loan at the Jan. 25th event.
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CBC Thunder Bay explores what happens to First Nations residents when they need long-term care.