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Algoma Steel strike averted, for now

Algoma Steel strike averted, for now

All Steelworkers asked to report to work as usual
Woman with Stage 4 cancer excited for one last rock concert

Woman with Stage 4 cancer excited for one last rock concert

Hospice Huronia, Wheels 4 Wheels ensure CherieAnne Young gets to see Rod Stewart, one of her favourite performers, in Toronto Tuesday
Renowned northern treat the 'Persian' featured in a new novel

Renowned northern treat the 'Persian' featured in a new novel

Nancy Mauro has fictionalized the story of the Persian in a novel set in Thunder Bay
Thunder bay man charged after allegedly beating goose to death

Thunder bay man charged after allegedly beating goose to death

A 23-year-old Thunder Bay man has been charged after a group allegedly mutilated a Canada Goose in the Intercity area.
Elliot Lake gifts lakefront land to Serpent River First Nation

Elliot Lake gifts lakefront land to Serpent River First Nation

CAO to sub for city council during lame duck. Church will rent Creative Glass building   
Oil sensors give all clear after Sault oil spill

Oil sensors give all clear after Sault oil spill

Inexpensive sensors will make real-time monitoring of St. Mary’s River a reality
Gizmo the cat survived a crash and nearly a month on his own

Gizmo the cat survived a crash and nearly a month on his own

A Thunder Bay man put a lot of effort into finding the feline
Two men found dead in separate wooded areas in Elliot Lake

Two men found dead in separate wooded areas in Elliot Lake

Police say they found bodies of 67-year-old and 72-year-old males near Pipeline Road and Esten Drive North; the two deaths are unrelated
Feds to increase Child Benefit this year to help with inflation

Feds to increase Child Benefit this year to help with inflation

Families can receive up to $6,997 per child under the age of six and $5,903 per child aged six through 17.
Hajdu calls Papal visit an important healing step

Hajdu calls Papal visit an important healing step

Canada's minister of Indigenous Services, Thunder Bay-Superior North MP Patty Hajdu, will be part of the delegation that greets Pope Francis in Edmonton as he meets with Indigenous Leaders to apologize for the Catholic Church's role in the residential school system.