Friday Dec 6
Deep freeze moving into Northwest
Tony Arcaro, 6, left, and his brother Giuseppe Arcaro, 7, build a fort Thursday while mom Kim Arcaro shovels the driveway at their Thunder Bay home.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Forum to probe experiments on Alberni residential school children
Tseshaht tribe member Randy Fred finished eating an orange and was about to dispose of the peelings when the pangs of an old experience struck him.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Good highway and drivers, too
A LETTER here complaining about the state of the Trans-Canada from Thunder Bay to Kenora prompted a reply claiming it is a "perfectly fine highway."
Police nab semi-trailer hauling pot near Kenora
The OPP shows off the pot haul it seized from a semi-trailer on the Trans-Canada Highway on Monday.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Wiky band member OPP Constable Steve Jacko receives MADD award
Wikwemikong band member and Ontario Provincial Police Constable Steve Jacko has received the Terry Ryan Memorial Award for Excellence in Police Services by Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada.
Kenora highway crash claims life of Manitoban
A 57-year-old Manitoba man is dead after three semi-trailers crashed on the Trans-Canada Highway east of Kenora, Ont.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Wabauskang business owner on forestry plans
Former Wabauskang chief and current business owner Doug Riffle says First Nations stand to economically benefit from the forestry industry in the region.
OPP officer receives Mothers Against Drunk Driving award
Submitted photo Kenora Ontario Provincial Police Const. Steve Jacko recently received the Terry Ryan Memorial Award for Excellence in Police Services by Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada.
Prince George Citizen
Supreme Court will hear case on lack of aboriginals on juries
The Supreme Court of Canada will hear an appeal in a case where an Ontario manslaughter conviction was overturned because of a lack of aboriginal jurors.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Shirley McKevitt: 1934-2013
One of Canada's trucking pioneers has passed away. Shirley Catherine McKevitt, 79, died Thursday, Nov. 14. She had Parkinson's Disease.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
The First Perspective-Aboriginal
Forest deals can benefit Ontario's First Nations
Ontario's forests have been part of a natural gift to our country, one that can be used with care or terribly misused.
Canuck connection to '12 Years a Slave' has Bass descendants buzzing
A Canadian connection to the harrowing film "12 Years a Slave" has the real-life descendants of one courageous character beaming with pride.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
A winter diving primer
THERE is snow on the ground in much of the Northwest and at higher elevations around Thunder Bay.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Investigation continues into pedestrian fatality
Kenora provincial police continue to investigate a fatal pedestrian/vehicle collision that occurred in the city on Monday.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
5 dead, 2 survive after northern Ontario plane crash
It's not yet known what caused the fatal plane crash in Red Lake Sunday night. Environment Canada records show that at 6 p.m. Sunday there was light snow and a northwest wind blowing at 26 km per hour, with gusts up to 41km per hour.