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Housing Accelerator Fund money now available in Thunder Bay

Housing Accelerator Fund money now available in Thunder Bay

Program will provide up to $20.7 million to help spur housing unit construction in Thunder Bay over the next three years.
City of Thunder Bay names its next city manager

City of Thunder Bay names its next city manager

John Collin brings 40 years of leadership and management experience to the position, with a 35-year career in the Canadian Armed Forces as Major-General
Confederation College in a great place, says outgoing president

Confederation College in a great place, says outgoing president

With more than 7,100 students, new programs launching, Kathleen Lynch likes the direction the award-winning school is heading
Ford government gives Thunder Bay $870K for housing infrastructure

Ford government gives Thunder Bay $870K for housing infrastructure

City can use the money for roads, sewer and water infrastructure to encourage more housing development
Ford promises to connect five First Nations to power grid

Ford promises to connect five First Nations to power grid

Marten Falls, Eabametoong, Webequie, Neskantaga and Nibinamik First Nations would be connected through the project, which is in the consultation stage
Incident at Resolute sawmill results in fatality

Incident at Resolute sawmill results in fatality

Ministry of Labour called in to investigate Jan. 24 incident
Feds, Thunder Bay to spend $3M on arena upgrades

Feds, Thunder Bay to spend $3M on arena upgrades

Fort William Gardens will get new dressing rooms, upgraded ticket and concession, and more
Resolute plans to sell Thunder Bay pulp and paper mill

Resolute plans to sell Thunder Bay pulp and paper mill

Company says it's necessary and contingent on its announced acquisition by Domtar.
'Reimagination' of Thunder Bay's north core well under way

'Reimagination' of Thunder Bay's north core well under way

City, architects hold open house to get feedback on plan to turn Red River Road into a more pedestrian-friendly space.
Thunder Bay correctional complex to cost $1.2 billion

Thunder Bay correctional complex to cost $1.2 billion

New facility will replace both the Thunder Bay District Jail and the Thunder Bay Correctional Centre