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Charges may be upgraded against man who threw trailer hitch at Thunder Bay woman, who later died

Charges may be upgraded against man who threw trailer hitch at Thunder Bay woman, who later died

Coroner, Crown and police have reviewed the pathology report
'People were literally running for their lives'

'People were literally running for their lives'

Massive fireball collision closes Highway 400 near Barrie and leaves at least two dead
Ontario gallery has original The Raccoons cels, doesn't know what to do with them

Ontario gallery has original The Raccoons cels, doesn't know what to do with them

'This gallery, as is, does not have resources nor the space to care for it properly'
Home invader stood over northern Ontario woman's bed, smoking <b>(2 photos and a map)</b>

Home invader stood over northern Ontario woman's bed, smoking (2 photos and a map)

'Why are you here?' she asked. He replied, 'Oh… um… I don’t know'
Lawyers lament 'political context' of bribery trial

Lawyers lament 'political context' of bribery trial

Lougheed may seek to recover court costs after Tuesday's acquittal
Manitoulin Island girl the only Canadian nominated for international peace award

Manitoulin Island girl the only Canadian nominated for international peace award

Deemed to be Nobel Peace Prize for children
Someone dumped a starved kitten on Hwy 17, and the SPCA wants to know who

Someone dumped a starved kitten on Hwy 17, and the SPCA wants to know who

'No excuse for failing to care for your animals,' says SPCA inspector
Thunder Bay man fined $5,000 for building a beach

Thunder Bay man fined $5,000 for building a beach

MNRF laid charges for violating Public Lands and Aggregate Resources Acts
Thunder Bay school board apologizes after female students asked to wear shirts over two-piece swimsuits

Thunder Bay school board apologizes after female students asked to wear shirts over two-piece swimsuits

It did not sit well with parents
Ontario First Nations receive $13 million for water infrastructure

Ontario First Nations receive $13 million for water infrastructure

The federal and provincial governments invest more than $13 million for water/wastewater improvements in 116 First Nation communities.