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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.

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.
Hand pies made with hope and heart <b>(4 photos)</b>

Hand pies made with hope and heart (4 photos)

Buoyed by the “buy local” movement, Pie.ology has a new location.
Pivoting to adapt to the new normal <b>(3 photos)</b>

Pivoting to adapt to the new normal (3 photos)

Pinetree Catering talks about focusing on their strengths to expand during the pandemic.
Once a novelty, fat biking hits its stride

Once a novelty, fat biking hits its stride

Fat biking provides a new winter recreation opportunity that's being embraced by a growing number of local riders.
With centre closed, Kingfisher brings nature trips to students

With centre closed, Kingfisher brings nature trips to students

The outdoor education centre continues connecting students with outdoors during pandemic.
Local youth score early victory in climate lawsuit

Local youth score early victory in climate lawsuit

Judge in lawsuit involving two local youth affirms right to challenge climate policies under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, a first in Canada.
Brewery’s daycare a game-changer for employees

Brewery’s daycare a game-changer for employees

Thunder Bay brewery's launch of in-house daycare helps employees navigate childcare challenges worsened by pandemic.
Pandemic slows, but can't stop Experimental Lakes Area

Pandemic slows, but can't stop Experimental Lakes Area

Skeleton crews ensure more than half-century chain of data continues through pandemic at the ELA, but major projects on microplastics and oil spills delayed.
Group seeks to boost diversity at Lakehead law school

Group seeks to boost diversity at Lakehead law school

The Black Law Students' Association at Bora Laskin Faculty of Law wants to help the school welcome more racialized students.