Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Thunder Bay police are asking for your help in finding a missing 84 year old man. They say that Norman Johnson was last seen on Monday when he drove away from his home. He was driving a black 2005 Ford F150 extended cab with Ontario plate number 500 5AC
Police now have a suspect in connection with Sunday night's Mac's Convenience Store robbery Syndicate Avenue and they didn't have to go far to find him. They say it's the same 20 year old they arrested on Tuesday in connection with Mac's robbery on Beverly Street.
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The city's public consultation methods could use some updating. That's the opinion of one city law maker. Current River Councillor Andrew Foulds says the city is doing a good job of consulting with the public, but the fact that very few people attended recent budget meetings makes him think more can be done to reach residents through the use of the Internet and social media.
If it wasn't yet the situation in Syria is becoming an massive international human rights issue. Lakehead University Political Science Professor Laure Paquette says the deaths of 2 international journalists will lead to more talk on the international stage but unfortunately for the Syrian people she doesn't expect any western military intervention anytime soon.
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You can have your say tonight at an open house for Noront's Eagle's Nest mining project. Chief Operating Officer Paul Semple says public feedback on their project so far has been positive. The open house is being held at the Travelodge from 5 until 9 Thursday night.
Former Thunder Bay mayor Dusty Miller is being remembered across the province. Miller died last week after a lenghty illness she was 82. In the Ontario Legislature, provincial member of parliament Bill Mauro paid tribute to Miller.
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