The Northwestern Health Unit expects it won’t start appointment-based COVID-19 vaccinations clinics for people over the age of 80 until next month.
Provincial conservation officers are investigating the illegal killing of a deer, pregnant with twin fawns, in the Dryden area that was then left to rot.
The Thunder Bay Public Library will remove six Dr. Seuss books from its collections after it was announced that the books will no longer be published due to racist content.
An artist in Schreiber Ont., who is well known for creating unique art pieces in the snow, has taken to a new medium this winter.
The Township of Schreiber announced that Kevin Mullins will serve out the remainder of this term as mayor, following the death of former mayor Dave Hamilton last month.
Ministry of Transportation officials expect Highway 17A in the Kenora area to fully reopen later today after a large rock mass ended up on the roadway during planned blasting.
The Thunder Bay Border Cats won’t be taking the field at Port Arthur Stadium this year.
The 48 positive test results were announced on Friday morning, which amounts to a combined two-day total of more than 100 cases for the first time when combined with Thursday’s announcement.
Thunder Bay police say they’re continuing to investigate a motor vehicle collision that left a pedestrian with serious injuries.
The Grand Chief of the Nishnawbe Aski Nation says he’s horrified by the province’s decision to shut down youth detention facilities in northern Ontario, including two in northwestern Ontario, and by the way in which the government is alleged to have handled the closures.
The Province of Ontario has awarded the contract to expand the Thunder Bay Correctional Centre and Kenora Jail.
Drivers in Thunder Bay could soon be seeing more green on the road.
The Tbaytel Major League of Curling has cancelled the remainder of its season.
Sixty-one new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the Thunder Bay district on Thursday.
The Thunder Bay District Health Unit has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at a long-term care facility in the city.
New data from Statistics Canada suggest that Thunder Bay, Ont., continues to have one of the highest rates of intimate partner violence in Canada. Thunder Bay ranked third out of 34 census metropolitan areas for the number of victims per 100,000 residents.
The City of Thunder Bay will consult with the public before making a final decision on installing red light cameras at some intersections.
Kenora’s Jeff Gustafson had a lot of reasons to celebrate last weekend. Gustafson — who is a professional bass fisherman — won a Bassmaster Elite Championship on the Tennessee River.
A 21-year-old Thunder Bay woman is facing charges over a November 2020 standoff at a Picton Avenue home.
Two men were arrested after Thunder Bay police seized drugs with an estimated street value of over $170,000, while separate investigation nabs quantities of crack cocaine and fentanyl.
The Thunder Bay District Health Unit announced 26 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, which brings the number of active cases to 389.
More than 170 Matawa First Nations members are expected to get their first COVID-19 vaccine doses in the coming days as the organization holds a vaccination clinic in Thunder Bay for vulnerable members.
The Member of Parliament for Thunder Bay-Rainy River says he wants the province to empower medical officers of health to confine people who fail to self-isolate when ordered to because of COVID-19 symptoms or exposure.
The chief of Wabaseemoong Independent Nations is thanking dozens of Kenora businesses who have shown their support for the community as it battles a COVID-19 outbreak.
In January 2019, the Polar Vortex arrived across much of the northern United States and Canada and a rare ice bridge formed allowing a recently relocated wolf to make her escape off Isle Royale, on Lake Superior.
Thunder Bay police are moving forward with a $2.1 million digital evidence management project, which will include equipping officers with body-worn and in-car cameras.
The medical officer of health for the Northwestern Health Unit says a major COVID-19 outbreak is trending in the right direction, as the region’s case numbers have dropped over the last week.
Police in Thunder Bay are investigating the sudden death of a man found without vital signs in a residence on the city’s north side.
The chief of staff for the Thunder Bay regional hospital says the recent increase of cases in the Thunder Bay area is a concern, which has also corresponded with a rise in patients being hospitalized with the virus.
The Thunder Bay District Health announced the latest positive tests on Tuesday, amounting to a two-day total of 96, which is the highest two-day total recorded to date.
The town of Marathon, Ont., is asking to be let out of lockdown in the province’s COVID-19 response framework. Town council passed a special resolution Monday asking to be returned to the red zone if the lockdown in northwestern Ontario extends past March 15.
The Superior International Junior Hockey League (SIJHL) has officially cancelled its 2020-21 season, citing a rise in the number of cases of COVID-19 in Thunder Bay and northwestern Ontario.
A golf course architect who worked on courses in Thunder Bay and northwestern Ontario, will receive a prestigious award from a golf industry association this week.