Day: April 2, 2018

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City Marks At Least $160,000 To Plant Trees

City Marks At Least $160,000 To Plant Trees

The City of Thunder Bay is preparing for a bug to ravage it’s Ash Tree population. The Emerald Ash Borer is expected to knock out many trees. A city official claims that the city has at least doubled the amount of tree that they will be planting this spring. The Parks Department usually plants anywhere...

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Thunder Bay Police Honour Long Serving Members

Thunder Bay Police Honour Long Serving Members

Thunder Bay Police Service released this memo. “8 sworn and 2 civilian members of the Thunder Bay Police Service were honoured this past Thursday night for their long service in policing. We also recognized members who retired this past year. The Exemplary Service Awards were handed out at the Valhalla Inn to members of the...

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Justice System Overhaul Coming

Justice System Overhaul Coming

Canadians deserve to have a well-functioning criminal justice system that protects the vulnerable, meets the needs of victims, and keeps our communities safe. Delays in the criminal justice system impact everyone affected by crime – victims, families, communities, as well as the accused. Left unaddressed, the impacts of delays reduce public confidence in the criminal...

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RECALL: Stella Artois

RECALL: Stella Artois

As a safety precaution, Stella Artois says its recalling beer in 330 millimetre glass bottles, The company says there may be a flaw in some bottles that causes a small piece of glass to break and potentially fall into the beer. The exact supplier wasn’t identified, but Stella Artois said the bottles were manufactured by one...

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CAN’T STOP DRINKING IN PIKANGIKUM

CAN’T STOP DRINKING IN PIKANGIKUM

Appearing this Easter Monday morning, Monday, April 2, 2018, via telephone from the Police Station at Pikangikum Indian Reserve #14 in Courtroom 104 is 22-year old CRYSTAL ROSE SUGGASHIE It’s W.A.S.H. (Weekend And Statutory Holiday) Court today. Her Worship, Jennifer Neill is presiding. Provincial Crown Gordon Fillmore is here along with Duty Counsel Joy Wakefield...

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MAC’S ROBBERY SUSPECT ARRESTED

MAC’S ROBBERY SUSPECT ARRESTED

Appearing this Easter Monday morning, Monday April 2,2018 via video from the Thunder Bay Police Station on Balmoral in Courtroom 104 is 41 year old CARMEN DAVID NELSON MACLEOD. It’s W.A.S.H. (Weekend And Statutory Holiday) Court today. Her Worship, Jennifer Neill is presiding. Provincial Crown Gordon Fillmore is here along with Duty Counsel Joy Wakefield...

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ARREST WARRANT ISSUED FOR ALLEGED DRUG AND WEAPONS CRIMINAL “856” GANG MEMBER ROBERT TERNOWSKI OF CALGARY

ARREST WARRANT ISSUED FOR ALLEGED DRUG AND WEAPONS CRIMINAL “856” GANG MEMBER ROBERT TERNOWSKI OF CALGARY

Robert Ternowski of Calgary was arrested on September 26, 2014. He was released on bail. Ternowski failed to appear in court on October 5, 2015. Ternowski turns 58 this year. It’s been almost 30 months now and the Media Communications Director at the Thunder Bay Police hasn’t put out a Wanted poster on this guy....

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CHELSEA LYNN IBEY CAPTURED IN THUNDER BAY ON APRIL FOOLS DAY

CHELSEA LYNN IBEY CAPTURED IN THUNDER BAY ON APRIL FOOLS DAY

Appearing this Easter Monday morning, Monday, April 2, 2018, via video from the Thunder Bay Police Station on Balmoral in Courtroom 104 is 22-year old CHELSEA LYNN IBEY It’s W.A.S.H. (Weekend And Statutory Holiday) Court today. Her Worship, Jennifer Neill is presiding. Provincial Crown Gordon Fillmore is here along with Duty Counsel Joy Wakefield and...

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Cocaine Cut With Fentanyl in Thunder Bay

Cocaine Cut With Fentanyl in Thunder Bay

A memo sent out by Superior North Association Of Professional Paramedics about cocaine cut with “a dangerous opioid”, which sources tell us is fentanyl in Thunder Bay. ”WARNING! In recent days our Paramedics have responded to multiple reports of patients having adverse reactions to cocaine use. The reactions have ranged from difficulty breathing to complete...

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VIDEO: Break & Enter

VIDEO: Break & Enter

A local business owner released this memo on Facebook regarding a recent Break & Enter that she endured. “This is how I see it. On March 30th at 5:04am you entered my building by kicking in the back door. Casually, you saunter through my file room. After that, you make your way into the hallway,...

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Thunder Bay Opioid Abuse Higher Than Rest of Ontario

Thunder Bay Opioid Abuse Higher Than Rest of Ontario

March 26, 2018 – A new report indicates that the rates of opioid-related harms measured by healthcare system use are higher in Thunder Bay District than the rest of Ontario. The Opioid Use and Impacts in Thunder Bay District report released today by the Thunder Bay Drug Strategy and the Thunder Bay District Health Unit...