Christi Belcourt is known around the world for her signature dot painting art. Her latest…
A running club from Sandy Lake First Nation made a real impression at an event in Thunder Bay. 16 young people ran in firefighters road race and were turning heads.
After living away from home for years, DFC’s grads talk about how they did it and life after high school
There are 24 members of the 2018 DFC graduating class. Many have overcome great personal pain to achieve a high school diploma. Meet some of them here.
15-year-old Ariana Chikane from North Caribou Lake enjoys the extracurricular activities at Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School (DFC).
Thunder Bay police say that officers responded to 400 floodway related incidents involving more than 1,200 people in the last 18 months. The numbers come from a report that was recently tabled by police.
“The jingle dress is the healing dress,” said Cheryl Suggashie, a student at Lakehead University from Pikangikum First Nation. Suggashie started dancing jingle dress in 2012 when she was beginning her educational journey.
First Nations and Metis leaders in Northern Ontario are calling on Lakehead University to address its systemic racism issue.
A tenured professor at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay is supporting the dean of the institution’s law school who recently quit amid allegations of racism.
Molly Boyce was on the streets drinking hairspray when APTN News first met her in Thunder Bay. At the time, she wanted to get sober. That was seven long years ago.