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Manslaughter charge from 2016 Thunder Bay homicide withdrawn
A manslaughter charge laid against a man over a 2016 Thunder Bay homicide has been withdrawn.
Overdose prevention site building relationship with clients, community
Client uptake has been slow at first, but the head of the NorWest Community Health Centres, which runs the program, says that was to be expected.
FedNor funding for upgrades to Sioux Lookout airport to attract 'potential business tenants'
The northwestern Ontario municipality of Sioux Lookout celebrated the grand opening of its airport as well as a funding announcement from FedNor on Monday.
City of Thunder Bay invites performing artists to participate in summer events
Officials with the city of Thunder Bay, Ont., are inviting performing artists to apply to participate in the city's annual summer events.
Former chief of Fort William First Nation appointed to Thunder Bay Police Services Board
City councillors in Thunder Bay, Ont., appointed a member of the community to the Thunder Bay Police Services Board on Monday night.
Thunder Bay police lay assault charges on 2 men after reported south-side attack
Final vote on designated truck route in Thunder Bay, Ont., delayed
'Need for action now:' Ontario MP demands Indigenous services minister address housing 'crisis' in Cat Lake
'Changing lives through law' goal of new outreach program for Indigenous youth in Thunder Bay
Thunder Bay Health Coalition voices concerns over provincial budget
Police ask for public's help after robbery at grocery store in Thunder Bay, Ont.
Kenora to open northwestern Ontario's first 'safe beds' program
Man accused of throwing trailer hitch at woman in Thunder Bay, Ont., to stand trial for 2nd degree murder
OPP charge two men with assault in Ware Township
Cold weather cancels Thunder Bay morning school buses, closes rural schools
Chief forensic pathologist says OIPRD's call for autopsies in Thunder Bay 'directly aligns' with his vision
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