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Vampiro hopes to inspire in return to the squared circle

Ian Hodgkinson's professional wrestling career has taken him all around the world. And this fall, it'll finally bring him back home.

Evergreen executive director 'guardedly optimistic' organization's doors will remain open

The executive director of Evergreen a United Neighbourhood is optimistic the organization's doors will remain open this year, after it lost about one-third of its operating budget due to provincial cuts.

2 accused in fatal assault in Thunder Bay now face first-degree murder charges

The two accused in an assault on Thunder Bay's south side last week, which led to the death of an 18-year-old man, are now facing first-degree murder charges.

Website tracks UFO encounters in Thunder Bay region

A Nipigon filmmaker and researcher says he's surprised at the number of UFO encounters he's uncovered in the Thunder Bay area.

Staffing relief for Thunder Bay District Jail may be coming, union says

The Thunder Bay District Jail continues to struggle with overcrowding and understaffing, however the union says some relief for the latter may be coming soon.

Radar outage causes delays at Thunder Bay International Airport

Aircraft departing from, and arriving at, the Thunder Bay International Airport saw numerous delays last week due to a radar outage.
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Elimination of bailiff program 'a horrible decision,' former correctional officer says

The elimination of Ontario's bailiff program was a "horrible decision" that will likely cause numerous problems in the coming months, a former bailiff said.

Trudeau commits to Indigenous health care overhaul

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau is promising to overhaul Indigenous health care if his party forms another government in the upcoming federal election.

Thunder Bay mayor to ask outside boards to ensure provincial cuts aren't downloaded to Thunder Bay taxpayers

Thunder Bay's mayor is calling on outside boards to ensure they're not making up for any provincial cuts by increasing levies to the city.

Sasquatch reports wanted: new group collecting sightings from Thunder Bay region

Have you seen something strange in the woods north of Lake Superior? If so, Great Lakes Sasquatch wants to hear all about it.

Opioid overdoses a 'crisis' in Thunder Bay say first responders, harm reduction workers

Opioid overdoses have become a community crisis in the Thunder Bay area, and support from other levels of government is desperately needed, a group of emergency first responders and harm reduction workers in the city said Wednesday.

City council in Thunder Bay, Ont., backs new indoor turf sports facility

A proposed new indoor turf sports facility in Thunder Bay, Ont.,  has taken a big step toward becoming a reality, but the projected cost to build it has increased.

Batter up: Border Cats kick off 2019 Northwoods League season on Tuesday night

The new owners of the Thunder Bay Border Cats are swinging for the fences this season.

Thunder Bay, Ont., mayor 'walking a fine line' with reputation comments, police board chair says

The chair of the Thunder Bay Police Services Board is at odds with the city's mayor over comments made about Thunder Bay's national reputation.

Questions of trust at heart of Thunder Bay police satisfaction survey

A newly-released survey shows Thunder Bay police officers are doing a good job of showing respect to those they interact with, but there is room for improvement in several other areas.