Superior Morning | Jun 13, 2014 | 7:40

Mayor Hobbs Reaction

Mayor Keith Hobbs reacts to the provincial election. And he is astounded that nine hundred people in Thunder Bay Superior North voted for the Libertarian Party Candidate.

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Metro Morning The Cosby Show Sep 23, 2014 | 4:44Matt Galloway spoke about the impact of The Cosby Show, which debuted 30 years ago this month, with our pop culture columnist Jesse Wente.
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Superior Morning Going Going Gone Sep 23, 2014 | 5:12Thunder Bay City Council reluctantly gave Trinity United Church permission to demolish it's 100 year old historic manse. The congregation say they can't afford the upkeep;
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Superior Morning Overstaffed Police Force? Sep 23, 2014 | 15:44A new report from the Fraser Institute suggests Thunder Bay is among the top ten over-staffed police forces in the country. We'll ask candidates for mayor what they think about that report.
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Morning North Fraser Institute: Sudbury Police force one of most understaffed Sep 23, 2014 | 4:19A new report from the Fraser Institute says Greater Sudbury has one of the most understaffed police forces in the country. We heard from one of the authors of the report and from the president of the Sudbury Police Association.
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