Two of the cases are located within First Nations communities and one is in Thunder Bay and the surrounding area. Two are close contacts of existing cases and one had no known exposure to the virus.
A hearing for a Thunder Bay justice of the peace accused of professional misconduct relating to an Ontario traffic stop of her son in 2019 began Monday and is set to conclude July 5-9.
Installing fencing around Thunder Bay police headquarters would cost about $607,000, a report going to the city’s police services board on Tuesday states.
Five of the new cases are located within First Nations communities, with the other in Thunder Bay and the surrounding area. All six are close contacts of existing cases.
Long-term care homes in Thunder Bay, Ont., are beginning to implement a new, provincial COVID-19 vaccination mandate for staff.
Thunder Bay city council will consider asking the private sector and other interested organizations for their proposals for a proposed multi-use indoor turf sports facility.
Curated by the Thunder Bay Art Gallery, “Fresh Perspectives” features work by students from Thunder Bay, Nipigon, Red Rock, Dryden and elsewhere in Northwestern Ontario.
Superior Country is piloting an initiative called Superior Picnic Adventures, through the Lake Superior North Shore Tourism Project.
One new case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the Northwestern Health Unit on the weekend.
Thunder Bay police are investigating a sudden death after a body was found in the Kaministiquia River on Saturday.
After organizing a vigil in honour of four members of the Afzaal family killed in a hate-motivated attack in London, Ont., members of the Muslim community in Thunder Bay spoke to CBC News about what needs to happen next.
The downtown cores in Thunder Bay, Ont., spent several days gearing up for a busy weekend, in preparation of the province moving into step one of reopening on Friday.
For this week’s brand new edition of Northern Nosh, we’ll take you to a shop in Thunder Bay serving a Taiwanese drink perfect for the warming weather.
Indigenous leaders across Ontario have expressed their support for the family of Barbara Kentner in the days after Ontario Superior Court Justice Helen Pierce sentenced Brayden Bushby to eight years in a penitentiary for his role in the death of the 34-year-old mother from Wabigoon Lake Ojibway Nation.
A play written by Thunder Bay, Ont., high school students, which focuses on the long-lasting impacts of residential school and examines the current state of reconciliation in Canada, premieres online Friday night, nearly two years after the project first started.
One of the men charged in the 2019 murder of Lee Chiodo has pleaded guilty.
The International Bridge connecting Fort Frances, Ont., and International Falls, Mn., is vital to economy of northwestern Ontario, with Fort Frances town council slated to debate on Monday night if senior levels of government should buy out the bridge.
Four new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the Thunder Bay district on Friday.
An announcement from the federal government this week that travellers arriving to Canada by air would no longer have to quarantine in a government-approved hotel is a step toward opening, but not the one Sara Anderson was hoping for.
The Lake of the Woods District Hospital in Kenora, Ont., will again start allowing visitors.
Nearly a dozen Thunder Bay eateries are joining forces to recognize Pride with special rainbow-themed treats.
A new program could bring up to a dozen young, female scientists to the Experimental Lakes Area (ELA) in northwestern Ontario, who usually conduct their research on the other side of the globe.
The top public health official in the Thunder Bay district says the delta COVID-19 variant is her top concern, even though only two cases have been detected in the area over the last several months.
The former director of Ontario’s police oversight agency says he’s concerned families are being forgotten as the reinvestigations continue into several Indigenous people who died over the last 20 years in Thunder Bay, Ont.
City councillors in Dryden, Ont., will have to determine the ‘value’ the OPP or Dryden Police Service would provide the community, Mayor Greg Wilson says.
The pilot of a helicopter involved in efforts to fight forest fires was seriously injured when the aircraft went down near Nipigon earlier this week.
The medical officer of health for the Northwestern Health Unit is urging people in the region to continue following COVID-19 public health measures, even as the area’s case count has dropped to nearly zero.
One of the new cases is located within a district community, while the other is in a First Nations community. One is a close contact of an existing case and the other remains under public health investigation.
A long-awaited report into the reinvestigation of the sudden deaths of nine Indigenous people in Thunder Bay, Ont., is expected sometime this summer, but the families of the deceased and their representatives are already casting doubt on it.
A 53-year-old man was arrested after a standoff on Thunder Bay’s southside, where he fired a flare gun at responding officers.