Three Indigenous communities in northern Ontario picked up close to 40,000 pounds of donated food that was shipped free of charge to their airports Friday as part of CBC's Sounds of the Seasons. Morevideo
Canada's Transportation Safety Board (TSB) is investigating after a man fell overboard from a ship earlier this month at Thunder Bay's port.
CBC Thunder Bay's Sounds of the Season fundraiser took off Friday as aircraft donated by four companies in northwestern Ontario were packed full of food and flown to eight northern First Nations.
Video 'This is going to be awesome': North Star Air delivers to Marten Falls, Neskantaga, Eabametoong
A North Star Air plane carrying food for several remote First Nation communities has completed its deliveries for CBC Thunder Bay's 2017 Sounds of the Season.audio
An aircraft owned by Perimeter Aviation that is carrying food for two northern First Nation communities has made its first stop as part of CBC Thunder Bay's 2017 Sounds of the Season.audio
A Wasaya Airways aircraft carrying food for remote First Nation communities has made its first stop as part of CBC Thunder Bay's 2017 Sounds of the Season.audio
Video Food donated to Nibinamik from Sounds of the Season to be used for community Christmas Day feast
A plane supplied by KBM Resources Group carrying food for a remote northwestern Ontario First Nation has touched down as part of CBC Thunder Bay's 2017 Sounds of the Season.
Thunder Bay's police services board will welcome a new member next week.
CBC Thunder Bay's 2017 Sounds of the Season is lifting off and a number of local businesses in the northwestern Ontario city have played a big role in making it happen.
A 40-year-old Thunder Bay, Ont., man was arrested Thursday night after barricading himself in a south-side apartment.
Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., are still waiting on results from a postmortem examination of a 21-year-old man, Dylan Joe Francis Moonias, who was found dead in the Neebing-McIntyre Floodway in September.
The largest nursing home in Thunder Bay, Ont., - Hogarth Riverview Manor, which is run by the St. Joseph's Care Group - has been turned over to a third party to manage its day to day operations.
Rows of tables filled with moccasins, mitts, beaded necklaces, paintings and much more will fill the Victoriaville Centre in Thunder Bay, Ont., until Dec. 16. The annual Aboriginal Fine Arts and Crafts Gift Show and Sale brings together approximately 50 vendors from across northwestern Ontario.
A church in Kenora, Ont., wants to become the home of the city's permanent homeless shelter.
Ontario coroner sets inquest date for Ina Matawapit, Indigenous woman who died after police transfer
A date has been scheduled for the inquest into the death of a 37-year-old First Nations woman who died back in June of 2012.
A loud explosion that shook houses in a semi-rural part of Thunder Bay, Ont., Wednesday evening may have been caused by a meteorite that landed on the outskirts of the northwestern Ontario city, according to local police.video
A 28-year-old Kenora, Ont., man is in custody following an incident that left an OPP officer with minor injuries.
The plastic bins full of donations collected by students at Saint-Michel Catholic elementary school will travel by truck and plane in order to reach a small Oji-Cree reserve called Bearskin Lake First Nation.
A 23-year-old Marathon, Ont., man is in custody after being found intoxicated and in possession of a restricted firearm earlier this week.
CBC Thunder Bay's Sounds of the Season has added another destination.
A survivor the Sixties Scoop who now lives in Thunder Bay, Ont., says more victims of the forced relocation of Indigenous children need to be compensated and have their stories heard.
More than 40 Resolute Forest Products employees are hoping they'll be back to work soon after a contractor they were working with ceased operations.
It's been more than a year since the City of Thunder Bay has had an urban forester on staff, and the city is falling behind as a result, one councillor says.
The Salvation Army Christmas Kettle campaign is only 10 days away from it's final collection day, and officials at the charitable organization say donations have fallen behind, especially compared to last year.
The City of Thunder Bay, Superior North EMS and Thunder Bay Public Library have raised more than $150,000 for the United Way, the city said Wednesday.
A 72–year–old Kenora, Ont. man has been charged under the Highway Traffic Act after failing to move over for an emergency vehicle on Tuesday evening, according to police.
Hockey players and skaters in Thunder Bay, Ont. will soon be able to enjoy the number of outdoor rinks available in our city.
Health Canada has decided against banning the sale of wire-bristle barbecue brushes, and is instead leaving brush safety mostly in the hands of industry and grillers, according to its latest risk assessment report.video
The Thunder Bay area has seen its first major blast of winter weather this month, but the head groomer for the snowmobile club in the city says more is needed to get the trails open for sledders.
A report from a municipal integrity commissioner shows a water bypassing device in Ignace, Ont., landed one municipal councillor in hot water.
After four long years a contracting agreement for the East-West Tie Transmission Project was signed on Tuesday.audio
The Ontario election race might be a whole lot closer than you think.
The Dryden Police Service say they have laid charges against two drivers who were involved in a collision between a school bus and a car on Wednesday, Dec. 6.
Legislation giving Ontario's government a monopoly on recreational marijuana sales passed at Queen's Park on Tuesday.
Ontario Provincial Police have kicked off a province-wide enforcement blitz aimed at distracted driving by operators of transport trucks and other commercial vehicles.
Ontario Provincial Police officers in Kenora, Ont. are asking for the public's help in locating a 28-year old northwestern Ontario woman.
The Crown and defence both rested their cases Monday afternoon in the trial for Thunder Bay Police Chief J.P. Levesque.
The Ontario NDP is taking aim at the provincial government over how long it's taking to build a facility to replace a nearly-century-old jail in Thunder Bay, Ont.
The chair of the board for Shelter House in Thunder Bay, Ont., says the not-for-profit shelter expects to have a new executive director in place early in 2018.
How do you send over 40,000 pounds of food to six remote First Nation communities? It’s no easy task according to Volker Kromm, executive director of the Regional Food Distribution Association (RFDA).
The final witness to testify at the trial for Thunder Bay Police Chief J.P. Levesque was his predecessor, Bob Herman.
Law enforcement officers in Thunder Bay, Ont. say they received over 20,000 pounds of non-perishable food items and just over $7000 in cash donations this past weekend thanks to the annual Stuff a Cruiser event.
Just this past summer Premier Kathleen Wynn announced that the provincial government is ready and willing to work with a handful of nearby communities to develop a year-round road access to the mineral-rich area.audio
Work to restore Chippewa Park's historic carousel is underway, thanks to grants from the federal government and City of Thunder Bay, the co-chair of the Friends of Chippewa Park's carousel restoration committee says.
Staff and board members of the Fort William Business Improvement Area (BIA) say increases of more than 40 per cent were the result of a big misunderstanding
Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the federal government still has no intention of imposing a Netflix tax because it would result in a financial hit for middle-class Canadians.
Tuesday's snowfall has left the city looking decidedly wintry.
It’s been five years since Idle No More was elevated into the Canadian conscious, and the founders continue to speak up for Indigenous sovereignty, the land and water.video
An 18-year-old Cat Lake First Nation man has been charged with second-degree murder in the deaths of two of the community's residents.
Elementary students in Thunder Bay, Ont. once again had the chance to speak with Santa Claus, over the radio, thanks to the military members of 3 Squadron/38 Signal Regiment.
While most students join a sports team, volunteer for the school paper or play in the band for extra curricular activities, a teacher in Fort Frances, Ont. is hoping to change it up with the first ever high school fishing club in northwestern Ontario.audio
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