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The inquest into the deaths of seven First Nation students who died while attending high school in Thunder Bay will move forward in the fall.A recent revision to the Ontario Coroner's Act means...

The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters applaud the introduction of Bill C-655.The bill was introduced to amend the Criminal Code to limit interference from anti hunting, trapping, fishing and...

Chiefs of Ontario are hosting an Education Conference in Toronto.The conference is taking place Thursday and Friday with the intention to discuss the education system and how it can meet the needs of...

A Thunder Bay junior mining company is getting half a million dollars from the province to help advance plans for a new graphite mine in northwestern Ontario.   Aubrey Eveleigh of...

The NDP feel the Conservatives should give disabled veterans a break.They want the federal government to stop asking vets who have lost their limbs to provide proof of their injuries on a regular...

A road closure of note in Dryden.Duke Street between Casimir and Machin Avenue will be closed from 1 until 3.Public Works continues with snow removal. 

We could see lower speed limits on municipal roads in the near future. The Ministry of Transportation is looking at changing the current municipal speed limit of 50 kilometres per hour to 40. MTO...

Area elementary schools continue to struggle in the Fraser Institute's annual rankings. The rankings are based on academics and student achievement. Author Peter Cowley says they print the results...

The City of Dryden is taking another look at its budget, knowing it's not getting any money under the new Provincial Infrastructure Fund. Mayor Craig Nuttall isn't fazed with Dryden's omission...

The Keewatin-Patricia District School Board says it was time for the sex education curriculum to be updated. A new health and physical education curriculum was introduced last week by the Ministry...

Fuel For School. That's the name of a cereal drive being hosted by the Northwestern Health Unit next week. Health Promoter Stephanie Cran in Dryden says they are hoping to collect cereals with at...

A combination of track and rail conditions and a long heavy-loaded train is being identified as reason for a 2013 train derailment east of Fort Frances. Forty grain cars of a CN train left the...

Special recognition today for Sioux Lookout's Annual Blueberry Festival. A top 100 festivals list has been compiled by Festivals and Events Ontario. In total five festivals in Northwestern Ontario...

Dryden High School is gearing up for the start of the Senior Girls Volleyball OFSAA Championship. The tournament starts Sunday with a banquet at the Fairgrounds, with play scheduled to start Monday...

The popular "Shake Your Booty" gala is coming back after taking a year break. The theme for the 2016 event will be Mardi Gras and organizers are hoping to attract 750 women. Mardi Plomp says...

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