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Thunder Bay man convicted after dogs found 'suffering from severe neglect'
A 56-year-old Thunder Bay man pleaded guilty earlier this month for putting animals in distress and failing to comply with orders served after an animal welfare investigation in the summer of 2017.
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Meet the Toronto Blind Jays, Canada's only blind baseball team
After a disappointing showing at last year's world series for beep ball - a modified version of baseball for the visually impaired - the Toronto Blind Jays are hungry for redemption.
Popping up with CBC's Superior Morning
It's been a busy September for CBC's Superior Morning.
Shoal Lake 40's Freedom Road hits major milestone as construction reaches Trans-Canada Highway
Construction on the road which will provide all-season access to Shoal Lake 40 First Nation has reached a major milestone.
Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra strikes note for brighter future
It's a time of transformation for the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra (TBSO).
High winds wreak havoc in Thunder Bay, tear off part of hospital roof
Thunder Bay man charged over historical sexual assault
'I like the whole thing' - How Jeff Goldblum helped a Thunder Bay hot sauce company's sales heat up
Construction behind schedule at new elementary school in Thunder Bay, Ont.
Thunder Bay councillors set to spend on Monday night
'I love swimming'; Thunder Bay's Thunderbolts Swim Club welcomes new head coach
No charges to be issued for death of man in Thunder Bay police cell, says SIU report
'This is a health crisis'- Ontario MPP calls for action after Bearskin Lake youth suicide
'Significant rainfall' expected as Environment Canada issues special weather statement in Thunder Bay
Thunder Bay Symphony to welcome new conductor-in-residence
Canada seeks tariff shield, assurances from U.S. as NAFTA talks continue and Freeland flies home
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