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Northwestern Health Unit adjust COVID case numbers after new guidance from health ministry
The Northwestern Health Unit has revised its total COVID-19 numbers based on recent guidance from the Ontario Ministry of Health in an effort to promote “consistent reporting across the province.”
'Beautiful part of the world': Northwestern Ontario MP encouraging people to spend summer travelling close to home
The Liberal MP for Thunder Bay - Rainy River in northwestern Ontario is encouraging people to spend their time and their money close to home this summer.
What Stage 3 of Ontario's COVID-19 reopening plan could look like
With new coronavirus cases on a steady downward trend since early June, much of Ontario is poised to move to Stage 3 of the province's reopening plan soon, officials suggested this week. But it's not yet clear which emergency restrictions will be lifted or relaxed when that happens.
Thunder Bay Roller Derby League in search of new home
The Thunder Bay Roller Derby League is worried about its future as it searches for yet a new practice space in the city.
Thunder Bay Art Gallery launches new exhibit on Friday
The Thunder Bay Art Gallery is launching a new exhibit on Friday, the first since the gallery's doors reopened last month.
Ontario's effort to scrap streaming will begin with math courses in 2021
OPP investigate sudden death in Fort Frances
Organizers of Black Lives Matter in Thunder Bay reflect on month of activity after first ever rally in June
Thunder Bay, Ont., firefighters rescue boaters stranded just outside break wall
Thunder Bay mayor hopes silence around financial aid to municipalities indicates action between feds, Ontario
Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., seize more than 2 kg of cocaine
Black bear spotted roaming the streets of Thunder Bay, Ont. safely relocated
City of Thunder Bay splash pads open
9 hours in a crevice: The story of a daring rescue mission at Ruby Lake Lookout, Ont.