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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> Website aims to offer one-stop-shop for local products

Following Up: Website aims to offer one-stop-shop for local products

Newly launched myLocalism website allows customers to search for local products.
<b>Following Up:</b> “Gone Too Soon” memorial garden proposed for Kam River Park

Following Up: “Gone Too Soon” memorial garden proposed for Kam River Park

Parents’ group asks city council to consider rehabilitating space at foot of Donald Street for memorial garden honouring those lost to accidental overdose.
<b>Following Up:</b> Resolute and FWFN break ground and celebrate growing partnership

Following Up: Resolute and FWFN break ground and celebrate growing partnership

The project is planned to be complete in late October with a total of 35 new jobs being created.
<b>Following up:</b> Going mainstream

Following up: Going mainstream

Thunder Bay’s most comprehensive vegan store has moved to Memorial Avenue.
Following up: City looks to bar conversion therapy, hate speech

Following up: City looks to bar conversion therapy, hate speech

Council seeks report on policies governing use of city space.
Following up: Returned Norval Morrisseau paintings unveiled, 40 years after theft

Following up: Returned Norval Morrisseau paintings unveiled, 40 years after theft

Two works by famed artist stolen from college in 1981 will now be donated to the Thunder Bay Art Gallery.
<b>Following up:</b> NWMO site selection process

Following up: NWMO site selection process

The project has sparked interest not only from Ignace and Wabigoon Lake First Nation, but other communities including Dryden and Thunder Bay.
<b>Following up:</b> Bird rescue seeks council's OK to use Chippewa Park wildlife exhibit

Following up: Bird rescue seeks council's OK to use Chippewa Park wildlife exhibit

Request from Thunderbird Wildlife rescue has won support of Fort William First Nation, Friends of Chippewa Park, city administration.
<b>Following up:</b> South Park creator boosts locally-made board game

Following up: South Park creator boosts locally-made board game

Trey Parker recently anointed Summit: The Board Game his all-time favourite in online appearance.
<b>Following up:</b> Students tour factory to see what's come of their recycling project

Following up: Students tour factory to see what's come of their recycling project

The students clearly had a passion for the environment and were happy to see that their efforts helped to make a difference
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