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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> Naturalizing your yard

Following Up: Naturalizing your yard

Thunder Bay residents who have already naturalized parts of their yards are hoping recent rule changes will encourage more to join in.
<b>Following Up:</b> Legal aid clinics call on city for more tenant protections

Following Up: Legal aid clinics call on city for more tenant protections

The City of Thunder Bay’s proposed minimum heat bylaw will improve tenant protections, but not enough, say local legal clinics.
Following up: Weight restrictions helping deter trucks from County Fair Plaza: police

Following up: Weight restrictions helping deter trucks from County Fair Plaza: police

Thunder Bay police have laid 25 charges related to weight restrictions intended to keep transport trucks out of County Fair Plaza.
<b>Following up:</b> Salvation Army brings back Field of Greens program

Following up: Salvation Army brings back Field of Greens program

Residents of the Journey to Life Centre will tend a variety of different vegetable and herb gardens over the course of the summer, learning valuable life lessons while growing their own food.
Following up: Afghan man who helped Canadian army now helps refugees in Thunder Bay

Following up: Afghan man who helped Canadian army now helps refugees in Thunder Bay

Eid Mohammad Sultanzoi says he and his family want to contribute to Canada however they can
<b>Following Up:</b> Library launches new approach to security

Following Up: Library launches new approach to security

Safer spaces technicians shift focus from enforcement to supports at Thunder Bay's public library.
<b>Following up:</b> Bringing Indigenous plants to the forefront of the urban landscape

Following up: Bringing Indigenous plants to the forefront of the urban landscape

Responding to overwhelming support for naturalization, the city is revising its draft bylaw. 
<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.
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