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Finding Pte. Thomas Godchere: An Anishinaabe family's journey to honour a fallen soldier
CBC Thunder Bay Executive Producer Michael Dick made a trip to Vimy, France with a special gift for a fallen soldier from the First World War — who also happens to be his great great uncle.
Looking to be a PSW in Thunder Bay? This program may be for you
St. Joseph’s Care Group in Thunder Bay is ramping up recruitment efforts for a new program aimed at addressing a shortage of personal support workers.
Trump 'an inspiration,' fan says at Duluth rally
United States President Donald Trump's rally in Duluth, Minn., this week was nothing new to Randal Thom.
Live Stream - CBC Up North at National Indigenous Peoples' Day at Fort William First Nation
Host Waubgeshig Rice is broadcasting live from Mount McKay starting at 4 p.m.
Ambulance a 'write-off' after early-morning collision with moose: EMS
Questions swirl around Ontario's pot plans as Doug Ford prepares to take power
Thunder Bay, Ont., traffic stop leads to gun, drug charges
Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., seek more persons of interest after major drug, weapons seizure
Donald Trump says mining exploration could come to Minnesota's Superior National Forest
Racism, isolation negatively impacting Thunder Bay youth, research finds
Invite to Sioux Lookout's National Indigenous Peoples Day celebration 'a huge honour' senator says
New Matawa education centre on track to host September classes
Champions of Change: 4 stories of Indigenous champions changing Ontario
Doug Ford's PCs may slam the brakes on electric vehicle incentives