Several residents in Thunder Bay, Ont. say a wild lynx was spotted on Monday evening around 5 p.m. near Marina Park along the Marina Park Drive. More
Freezing rain conditions throughout some parts of northwestern Ontario have caused the closure of several schools and school buses on Tuesday morning.
Campus food bank use at Lakehead University has grown more than 200 per cent over the past two years, coordinator Robert Strachan said. Just 350 people used the food bank in 2015; last year, it was around 1,200.
Fort Hope Farm produced enough potatoes, peas and corn last year to share with nearly every family in the community, according to its economic development officer.
Two students will received $500 each toward their studies as part of the program launched by Thunder Bay's Caribbean African Multicultural Association.
The final sitting of the Ontario Legislature before the June election was bound to be interesting. But with the soap opera that is the Progressive Conservative party right now, you've got the ingredients for a drama that Netflix might consider worthy of a series.
Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Caroline Mulroney says she would increase funding for the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation and prioritize infrastructure in northern Ontario if she were to lead a PC government.
"Patrick Brown is the only leader for the Ontario PC Party that has given the north the attention we have been demanding for decades," Derek Parks wrote in his endorsement.
An inquest probing the circumstances surrounding the 2012 death of an Ontario Indigenous woman is recommending stricter protocols for handling intoxicated patients.
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After two weeks of proceedings, closing arguments wrapped Friday in the sexual assault trial of two former University of Ottawa hockey players.
Students at a Nipigon public school are hoping their new music video will raise awareness about youth homelessness.
Audio 'It was amazing': former Thunder Bay resident helps Team Canada skate to bronze at roller derby world cup
A former Thunder Bay resident is celebrating a major win on roller derby's world stage.audio
Thunder Bay, Ont. is now home to an axe-throwing lounge.
Fewer people in Thunder Bay, Ont. reported investment income in 2016, compared to the previous year, and those that did earned less on average than they did in 2015, according to new data released Friday by Statistics Canada. Fewer people also contributed to registered retirement savings plans.
Patrick Brown, who resigned as leader amid accusations of sexual misconduct, has been expelled from Ontario's Progressive Conservative caucus just days before legislature is set to resume.
Fred Koe fell in love with curling before he was ripped from his home and placed in a residential school in the Northwest Territories for 10 months. When he had his own family, he used his favourite sport as a way to stay connected with his three children — including a son who is now Team Canada's skip at the Olympics.
The student organizer of a Black History Month presentation Friday evening at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ont., says as a future teacher she is passionate about making people more aware of the subject.
Families and fishing enthusiasts can fish license-free this Family Day weekend in Ontario, which runs from Feb. 17 to 19.
As Ontario plans 1st open house for new Nipigon River crossing study, mayor says local input will be key
Officials with the Ministry of Transportation are holding the first open house to get feedback on a study for a second way to cross the Nipigon River, and one area mayor says that kind of engagement will be key.
A Thunder Bay long-term care facility has cancelled all admissions, transfers, discharges and social activities in one resident area due to an outbreak of respiratory illness, the Thunder Bay District Health Unit said Thursday.
The man who made Darth Vader's mask is coming to Thunder Bay, Ont.
One of the two accused former University of Ottawa hockey player took the stand as their sexual assault trial continued in Thunder Bay, Ont., Thursday.
A 71-year-old Kenora. Ont., man has been charged after an investigation into a sexual assault in the Northwestern Ontario city, OPP said.
A city program that offers rebates to people, who improve flood prevention and drainage measures in their homes in Thunder Bay, Ont., has been extended.
Thunder Bay police say a 87-year-old man reported missing in the city has been found safe.
Careless hunting has led to a hefty fine and licence suspension for a man from Woodbridge, just north of Toronto, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) said.
Graduates of the Northern Ontario School of Medicine will now have the option of applying to do a two-year family medicine residency in a remote northwestern Ontario First Nation.
Four men are facing drug charges after an OPP and Treaty Three Police Service investigation into methamphetamine trafficking in the Kenora, Ont. area.
Trustees with the Keewatin Patricia District School Board in northwestern Ontario have voted to commit $4 million to the proposed construction of a new elementary school in Kenora.
Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford came to Pyeongchang with one goal in mind: to be on the Olympic podium. After a solid short program where they finished in third place, they executed a season's best to earn bronze.
A investigation into methamphetamine and cocaine trafficking in the Marathon, Ont., and Pic River First Nation area has resulted in another arrest.
There are allegations of sexual harassment at the medical school in Sudbury and the doctor making those allegations says she was suspended for coming forward. The school says that isn't true.
The trial of two former University of Ottawa hockey players entered into its eighth day Wednesday, with the team's former coach taking the stand.
Thunder Bay's fire department is reminding residents that having working carbon monoxide alarms in their residences is required by law, and they could save your life.
The project to connect the remote First Nation to the power grid is due to be completed in November.
"It goes with what we're doing here, you know? There's men also that are missing and that are murdered, and my brother was one of them," the walk's organizer told CBC News.audio
The United Way of Thunder Bay says it's in for a challenging year after its 2017 fundraising campaign fell short of its goal.
The social services referral line handles more than 30,000 calls each year, and its web site has received more than 6 million hits.
The Olympic debut of mixed doubles curling — in which Canada claimed gold this week — has thrown the sport into the international spotlight, and is already inspiring some people in northwestern Ontario to give it a try.
The mayor of a neighbouring municipality to Thunder Bay, Ont., says she's concerned about what the city's proposed designated route for large trucks will mean for traffic and safety in Kakabeka Falls.
The free Family Day event is featuring workshops on bird behaviour with Science North, the community art installation Birds of the Bay, and a chili cook-off in support of the Regional Food Distribution Association.readcomments audio
The complainant in the sexual assault trial of two former University of Ottawa hockey players told a Thunder Bay court she was reluctant to go to police, because she didn't want anyone to be wrongfully accused.
The province's Special Investigations Unit (SIU) has dropped its probe into an injury sustained by a man who was housed in an Atikokan OPP cell.
Canadian border services agents took to the sidewalks on Thunder Bay's south side on Monday, holding a demonstration as their union and employer continue to negotiate a new contract.
A Nolalu man has been fined $1,750 for hunting violations, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry announced.
Snow shoeing, ice fishing, winter science and even a chili cook-off are on offer this Family Day at Thunder Bay's waterfront.
A group of municipal leaders and law enforcement officials tasked with preparing the city for legalized marijuana says much is up in the air until the provincial and federal governments finalize their regulations.audio
Work to illuminate a stretch of Chippewa Road in Thunder Bay, Ont., is expected to get under way this year and the chief of neighbouring Fort William First Nation says it will mean a lot for safety in the area.
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