First Nations leaders in Ontario are condemning a court decision that reduced the charges facing Brayden Bushby, the man accused of throwing a trailer hitch at Barbara Kentner in Thunder Bay, Ont. Kentner died less than six months later.
It was supposed to be perhaps the largest piece of Marathon, Ont., history on display, but instead, an old tugboat will be sent for scrap.
Sylvia Davis turned to the internet to answer the questions she had after her son came out as gay, and now she’s helping other parents of LGBTQ2 kids gain understanding in the small town of Sioux Lookout, Ont.
The organization that oversees student transportation in Thunder Bay is working to make sure there are enough bus seats available for students, despite an ongoing driver shortage.
“It’s not supposed to end this way,” Bill Vigars remembers thinking as he watched a plane carrying Terry Fox, his mother Betty, father Rolly and Dr. Geoff Davis take off from the Thunder Bay, Ont., airport on Sept. 2, 1980, en route to Vancouver where Fox would begin treatment for cancer in his lungs.
Thunder Bay police says it used the COVID-19 database ten times more than other police services in the province because it had a policy of checking the health status of everyone who called for service. Civil rights groups want to know why that policy was necessary.
A lack of high-speed internet in some small and rural communities in northwestern Ontario means parents who may want to keep their children at home during the pandemic, have no choice but to send them to school.
The Thunder Bay District Health Unit has confirmed a new case of COVID-19 in its service area.
A 21-year-old man is facing aggravated assault charges following a double stabbing on Wednesday morning, Thunder Bay police said.
They’re bright blue, hard to miss, and will be driving around Thunder Bay and northwestern Ontario for the next couple of years.
The Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame has cancelled 2020’s induction ceremony due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new map highlighting 1,100 kilometres of northern Ontario hiking, cycling, and canoeing routes is now available.
A program that sees Thunder Bay police officers paired with crisis workers when responding to mental health calls will be expanding in the coming months.
A Thunder Bay-based anti-poverty activist says COVID-19 has demonstrated the gaps left by provincial and federal social assistance programs and is calling on governments to implement a universal basic income.
A new report is recommending the removal of Victoriaville Centre in Thunder Bay, Ont., and the re-opening of Victoria Avenue to traffic.
Although high school sports are currently on hold in Thunder Bay, Ont., officials are cautiously optimistic that some athletic activities may be able to resume this fall.
While the reopening of Thunder Bay’s Catholic schools has gone smoothly overall, the board’s director of education says there are still some challenges with online learning.
One woman’s concern over a proposed nuclear waste repository near Ignace, Ont., means she will walk hundreds of kilometres to raise awareness about the project.
The border closure to non-essential travel between the U.S. and Canada is set to expire on September 21, but two northwestern Ontario mayors hope restrictions remain in place well beyond this month.
Thunder Bay police saw a major increase in calls for service in 2019 when compared to previous years, the service’s director of communications and technology told the city’s police services board on Tuesday.
The City of Thunder Bay has announced plans to reopen more facilities, including the Canada Games Complex and Fort William Gardens, after they were temporarily closed months ago due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
An evangelical Christian group, which operated some of the last Indian residential schools in Canada, continues to run youth programs in northern Ontario that members of the LGBTQ2 community say convey a harmful message and may be costing lives.
Water is flowing through the taps once again in Big Grassy River First Nation after three months without consistent, potable water. However, the current water is untreated and coming directly from Lake of the Woods as the community waits for repairs to the water filtration system.
Dryden OPP are requesting the public’s assistance as they search for a missing Vancouver man.
Kasper Transportation has indefinitely suspended its Fort Frances to Thunder Bay bus route, citing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and regional competition.
A plan to leave organic materials, like wood and vegetation at the bottom of Boulevard Lake could get overhauled, after a Monday night vote from Thunder Bay city council.
An Indigenous writer and activist says she was ‘outraged’ to learn of a change in charges against the man accused of throwing a trailer hitch at a First Nations woman in Thunder Bay, Ont., three years ago.
The newest member of the Thunder Bay Police Services Board is stepping down from his position to devote more time to his career as an emergency room physician during the COVID-19 pandemic.
After nearly a decade of steady growth, the moose population on Isle Royale, the largest island in Lake Superior, has decreased.
Projects at Thunder Bay’s waterfront that include lights and metal always seem to bring with them some controversy.
The new school year may have started, but Lakehead Public Schools remains without an approved budget after trustees voted the latest proposal down last week out of concern over some proposed staffing changes.
Thunder Bay police are investigating the discovery of bullet holes in a window of a south-side hotel.
Photographs of artwork by a Thunder Bay artist will be projected onto a two-storey building in Winnipeg later this month as part of the city’s annual Nuit Blanche.