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7 hrs ago | Thunder Bay's Source
David Stockton's candidacy for mayor of Thunder Bay was shortlived. A day after filing his nomination papers at the city clerk's office, Stockton's name was removed from the candidates' list after city officials discovered he's not a Canadian citizen.
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11 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun
University of Ottawa Chancellor and former Governor General Michaelle Jean takes part in a press conference on campus in Ottawa on Thursday, March 6, 2014.
13 hrs ago | Thunder Bay's Source
Some local high school students are leaving the classroom and heading toward some of the most famous battlefields in Europe.
15 hrs ago | CBC News
15 hrs ago | Thunder Bay's Source
Barbara Hall, chair of the Ontario Human Rights Commission, say on Thursday that a new policy removing Canadian experience requirements will help newcomers to the country find jobs.
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Sir Winston Churchill Collegiate and Vocational Institute principal David Isherwood and Grade 12 student Shawn Gong announce next month's Model United Nations conference.
Recently officers from the Thunder Bay Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police have been advised of an anti-virus computer scam that occurred to a resident in the Municipality of Shuniah.
In the tradition of the fur traders of the Northwest Company, the Federation of Canadian Municipalities is holding their board meeting "Rendezvous" at the head of the Great Lakes in Thunder Bay from March 5th to 8th.
On Tuesday the Liberal MPP introduced a private member's bill at Queen's Park that if passed would require municipalities to ensure at least 60 percent of the cost of transit buys be made in Ontario.
Months after Transportation Minister Glen Murray said the government would take action to improve winter road conditions in Northern Ontario, Kenora-Rainy River MPP Sarah Campbell says not enough has been done, and the minister has failed to visit the area as promised.
On Thursday February 20th Burlington Transit staff made a presentation to Community and Corporate Services Committee concerning report TR-04-14 .
By Greg Rickford Recently, there have been reports in the media regarding the treatment of our veterans and it has caught the attention of many constituents across the riding.
The University of Ottawa has suspended its men's varsity hockey program after allegations surfaced that multiple members of the team sexually assaulted a young woman in Thunder Bay during their stay for a pair of away games.
A student union leader at the University of Ottawa is no longer facing legal threats after going public about an online conversation in which she was the target of sexually graphic banter.