Click for more information.
view counter

Thunder Bay

Organ donations saved lives

A Muskrat Dam mother now living in Thunder Bay has found solace in her son’s death. August 25, 2005: Volume 32 #17

Youth drop-in centre under construction

First Nation youth will soon have a drop-in centre to call their own in Thunder Bay.

Biggest technical conference

Building strong prosperous communities is clearly a common goal throughout the province.

Cat Lake man charged in stabbing

A Cat Lake man remains in police custody following his arrest on two aggravated assault charges July 31.

Former North Star heading to New York

Albert Kavanaugh, an Eagle Lake band member, is heading to Lake Placid, N.Y., looking to make his own ëmiracle on ice.'

NAN rejects province’s Far North council

Grand chief says northern development plan is ‘ahead of itself’ July 28, 2005: Volume 32 #15

Tribal council opens new employment and training centre

Employment and training are key to Matawa First Nations Management.

Moose to play for ‘AAA’ Kings

The Moose will be charging up the ice in Thunder Bay when the minor hockey season resumes.July 14, 2005: Volume 32 #14

Marten Falls counter sues manufacturing company

Marten Falls is seeking damages against North West Installations in a counter claim for the partial collapse of its arena after phase one of construction.

INAC's Thunder Bay office comes under scrutiny by Ontario chiefs

A resolution calling for an independent review into the service delivery and management practices of the Thunder Bay region office of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada has been passed by Ontario Chiefs in Assembly at their most recent meeting in Eagle Lake, June 14 to 16.

Dangerous offender hearing continues

The man convicted of beating Gull Bay's Lisa Bouchard and leaving her bloodied in her Thunder Bay apartment Oct. 12, 2002 will have to wait to find out if he's been named a dangerous offender.

More men needed in post-secondary education

Women comprise the majority of full-time university students in Canada. In Aboriginal populations, a similar trend seems to be at play. Why? Why are so few Aboriginal men going to college and university?June 16, 2005: Volume 32 #12

Dangerous offender hearing to resume Wednesday

The man convicted of beating Gull Bay's Lisa Bouchard and leaving her bloodied in her Thunder Bay apartment Oct. 12, 2002 will have to wait to find out if he's been named a dangerous offender.

Youth charged with second degree murder

Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug Police have teamed up with the Northwest Region OPP Criminal Investigations Unit to investigate the June 4 death of a 47-year-old Kitchenuhmaykoosib man.