Monday, December 19, 2011
Mayor Keith Hobbs is promising financial accountability and transparency in his State of the City Address. Hobbs highlighted the City's plan to save four and a half million dollars over the next three years. Thunder Bay is undergoing the CityLean program that eliminates municipal corporate waste.
Posted by The Giant 105.3 News at 4:13 PM
Thunder Bay Police are releasing an amazing picture of a vehicle that was involved in an alleged drunk driving accident over the weekend. Police Spokesperson Chris Adams hopes it will send a message to party goers. The 21 year old woman lost control of her car on Arthur Street causing it to flip several times and trap her inside. The woman survived with virtually no injuries.
One of the candidates looking to become the new leader of the Federal New Democrats has wrapped up a tour of Northwestern Ontario. Northern Quebec MP Romeo Saganash stopped in Kenora and Fort Frances over the weekend to outline his campaign and garner support from party faithful. Saganash says he's now visited every part of Canada, making him one of few candidates to do so.
Posted by The Giant 105.3 News at 8:48 AM
Posted by The Giant 105.3 News at 8:43 AM
Highway 17 near Ignace is back open to traffic Monday morning. Sections of the Trans Canada were closed yesterday due to a Transport going into a ditch. The road was closed to both lanes and reopened to one lane while crews cleared the area and removed the truck.