The city manager for the City of Thunder Bay says Ontario’s controversial new legislation, the stated-aim of which is to speed up home building, does not affect Thunder Bay as profoundly as it will affect municipalities in southern Ontario.
The penalty hearing for a Thunder Bay, Ont., police officer who led the flawed investigation into the 2015 death of an Ojibway man has wrapped up, and the family now must wait to see how he’ll be disciplined.
Clifford Mushquash jumped at the chance to attend this fall’s United Nations COP27 Climate Change Conference, but questioned his place in the conference and what he had to contribute. Now he’s returned, and he’s gained a deeper appreciation for what he had to offer and a deeper connection to his land back home.
Thunder Bay’s new city council has taken their oaths of office and have wrapped up their first meeting of the term. They step into their roles as the city balances several major priorities and gets set to draft their first budget. Take a look at their inauguration, in photos.
The family of Stacey DeBungee of Rainy River First Nation wants a Thunder Bay police officer fired after he was found guilty earlier this year in the flawed investigation into the Ojibway man’s sudden death in 2015.
A Treaty 3 First Nation pays some of the highest electricity rates in Ontario because the community of Windigo Island must import power from the U.S. The leadership at Animakee Wa Zhing 37 is calling for the island to be connected to the provincial grid, arguing residents are being priced out.
Two long-running Thunder Bay Christmas charities have officially kicked off their 2022 drives.
Seven people, including two from Thunder Bay, are facing charges following an investigation into drug trafficking by Thunder Bay police.
Thunder Bay police have charged a second person with first-degree murder as they continue to investigate the city’s 14th homicide of 2022.
Most of Northwestern Ontario has already seen a good taste of winter weather this November. That has some people involved in outdoor activities feeling extra happy.
A warming/cooling centre, outreach transit vehicle, the Care Bus, and an effort to connect people who are homeless to appropriate services are among the Thunder Bay outreach initiatives that received a funding boost from the city’s social services board on Thursday.