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These stories about local people previously featured in the news are made possible through the continued support of The Power Centre as part of our Community Leaders Program.

<b>Following up:</b> Steelhead Association seeks improvements to Boulevard Lake fishway

Following up: Steelhead Association seeks improvements to Boulevard Lake fishway

The group wants to ensure fish are able to navigate their way into Boulevard Lake and upstream.
Following up: Skate park will continue Dease Pool legacy, advocates say

Following up: Skate park will continue Dease Pool legacy, advocates say

Skateboard association, local city councillor say they're confident the skate park will be embraced by Dease community.
<b>Following Up:</b> Putting rural homelessness on the radar

Following Up: Putting rural homelessness on the radar

Research project led by Lakehead University professor looks at experiences of rural and remote homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following up: “It’s at a boiling point”: Local paramedics join study on workplace violence

Following up: “It’s at a boiling point”: Local paramedics join study on workplace violence

Study will track violence faced by paramedics with Superior North EMS, a dozen other Ontario services.
<b>Following Up:</b> Overdose prevention app finds success in Thunder Bay

Following Up: Overdose prevention app finds success in Thunder Bay

Nearly 300 people have used the Lifeguard app locally since it launched in April.
Following Up: Run for the Cure still has legs in 30th year

Following Up: Run for the Cure still has legs in 30th year

Breast cancer fundraiser brings in $30,000 so far for Canadian Cancer Society.
Following Up: Boosting the youth vote

Following Up: Boosting the youth vote

Organizers with Future Majority hope to continue an upward trend in youth voting on Monday.
<b>Following up:</b> Scand Home building's new life

Following up: Scand Home building's new life

Iconic former Scandinavian Home Society site will reopen as dentist's office this month, but hints of history remain.
Removal of Seuss books not done lightly, library says

Removal of Seuss books not done lightly, library says

The Thunder Bay Public Library's decision to remove six Dr. Seuss books from shelves came after a thorough review, senior staff say.
A positive start for local pooches

A positive start for local pooches

Dog trainer Tammy Williams has found receptive canine and human audiences for her positive reinforcement approach.
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