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The 52-year-old Thunder Bay Police Service staff sergeant was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, in December 2012 and is determined to keep up the fight.
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6 hrs ago | The Chronicle-Journal
THUMBS Up to Bluesfest. "It was awesome? I have to say the porta-potties there are the cleanest that I have ever been in at any outdoor event around town.
10 hrs ago | The Chronicle-Journal
By Gary Laine 'It's too old! It's obsolete! It needs to be replaced!" No, I'm not referring to the Fort William Gardens.
An industrial accident near Thunder Bay led to the death of an employee on Thursday, according to the Ontario Provincial Police.
One person is dead following an incident at North American Palladium's Lac des Iles mine near Thunder Bay.
The casino employees, who joined the Steelworkers last November, voted by an 85-per-cent margin Thursday in favour of a three-year contract with the casino.
Unionized Bombardier Inc. employees at a rail plant in Ontario threatened to walk off the job in four days if a labor contract hasn't been reached by then.
Rear-Admiral Jennifer Bennett, Chief Reserves and Cadets, with air cadets from 66 Challenger Squadron in Thunder Bay, Ont.
"Thunder Bay has been noted actually as having the most progressive drug strategy in Canada," said Patty Hajdu, executive director of Shelter House Thunder Bay.
City police have arrested two of four suspects connected to a vicious Canada Day assault that eventually became a homicide case.
In response to a controversial ad published in the Chronicle Journal in Thunder Bay, a group of nearly 30 people took part in an anti-racism rally held outside the newspaper's office building on June 26. "It bothered me quite a bit when I heard about what was written in the paper," said former Thunder Bay resident John Bell Fox.
When Thunder Bay International Airport's new terminal opened 20 years ago it was state-of-the art and the newest facility in Canada.
Dan Harvey, David Shannon, centre, and Joshua Dvorkin are among the disabled actors appearing in Borne, by award-winning playwright Judith Thompson.
This Cougar Crescent home is one of just 43 single-detached homes that have started construction in 2014.
There's definitely a will. Now they'll have to find out if there's a way. A cross-border task force will put together a business plan for a pilot program so International Falls area residents might be able to access renal dialysis treatment at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre's satellite unit at La Verendrye Hospital here.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 03:49 pm
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