Flooding in Thunder Bay

Over 50 mm and up to 89 mm of rainfall hit Thunder Bay last night, setting a record and leaving many streets like rivers. "It's...
Civic Centre

Green Day at City Hall

The 8th Annual Civic Centre Greens Days event is taking place Thursday, June 11, 2015. The Student Green Initiatives Committee, formerly known as the Green...
water dye test

If you notice the water turning colour in Sault Michigan tomorrow, it’s just a...

Coast Guard and Local Emergency Planning Committee to conduct spill test on city sewer system SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. - The Coast Guard, in coordination...

Public Safety once again a sprawling portfolio of pressing concerns

OTTAWA — Just over a year ago, Bill Blair took the reins of a new federal ministry — border security and organized crime reduction —...

Household Hazardous Waste Depot Opening Delayed

The Household Hazardous Waste Depot opening will be delayed this year as it is relocating to 402 Fifth Line East (City Landfill). The tentative opening...

Orphaned cougar in B.C.’s Interior recovers from frostbite and hunger

WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. — An young cougar, orphaned when its mother was hit by a vehicle, is recovering from frostbite and hunger in Williams Lake, B.C. Conservation...

Environment champions want voters to make climate their main priority this fall

OTTAWA — Two leading Canadian activists say voters need to think about climate change as if we are country at war against greenhouse-gas emissions. David Suzuki and...
planting trees

Ontario cancels program that aimed to plant 50 million trees

TORONTO — Ontario is cancelling a tree planting program, with those involved warning the move will lead to the loss of jobs and environmental benefits...

Spring Roadway Painting Underway

The Public Works and Engineering Department would like to inform residents that crews have begun its painting of city roadway intersections and line painting...

Supreme Court to hear latest challenge in dispute between Innu and Rio Tinto

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada says it will hear an appeal over jurisdiction in the latest stage of a long-running effort by Innu First Nations to sue...

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