Alex Brockman

Alex Brockman is the executive producer with CBC Thunder Bay. He's worked across Canada in a number of roles for CBC News.

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Thunder Bay's WestJet flights remain on schedule as pilots' dispute prompts airline to cancel flights

Scheduled flights between Thunder Bay, Ont., and Winnipeg remain on time Thursday as the airline announced it is cancelling flights in preparation for job action by the Air Line Pilots Association.

Thunder Bay police charge Toronto man with attempted murder in Westfort shooting

Thunder Bay police have laid attempted murder and other charges against a 20-year-old Toronto man, after a shooting in the northwestern Ontario city's Westfort neighbourhood. The incident Tuesday had sent nearby schools into "hold and secure" protocols.

First Nations leaders in Treaty 9 say their message is clear — no development without us as partners

First Nations leaders in northern Ontario ramp up political pressure on the provincial and federal governments, warning at a news conference Wednesday that the only way mining projects can proceed in the mineral-rich Ring of Fire is with their participation as full partners. 

Expert panel to deliver final report, recommendations to Thunder Bay police oversight board today

After a year of work, the panel of policing experts advising the board overseeing the troubled Thunder Bay Police Service in northwestern Ontario will release its final report later today.

More snow coming to northwestern Ontario as spring storm moves through the region

People in northwestern Ontario can expect more snow throughout Wednesday and into Thursday as a spring storm blows through northwestern Ontario, according to Environment Canada.

Another storm heading for northwestern Ontario with snow, rain on the way

The first big storm of the spring season is expected to arrive in northwestern Ontario overnight, with 10-20 centimetres of snow expected by the end of day Wednesday.

Get the latest highway conditions as northwestern Ontario's winter storm continues

Check out this live interactive map for the latest on highway closures in northwestern Ontario as Friday's winter storm continues.

Missing plane found in northwestern Ontario, both occupants killed

Officials say they have found the wreck of a Cessna 208 aircraft that was reported missing, ending a five-day aerial search over a remote region of northwestern Ontario. Both occupants in the plane died before search-and-rescue technicians arrived on the scene.

Lead investigator in DeBungee death case in Thunder Bay, Ont., demoted for 18 months

The Thunder Bay, Ont., officer who led the flawed investigation into an Ojibway man's death in 2015 will be demoted one rank for 18 months and must take mandatory Indigenous cultural competency training. "Unprofessionalism, negligence and bias failed Stacey DeBungee," the officer who presided over the misconduct hearing for Shawn Harrison said Friday.
Audio Special

How the Lil Bands hockey tournament brings First Nations communities together at the rink

Hundreds of players and families from remote First Nations in northwestern Ontario — and one from Manitoba — have come to Dryden for the Lil Bands hockey tournament. CBC Thunder Bay is there too with a special Superior Morning from the rink. If you missed it live, you can check it out here.